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Who wants Einstein? Supervision of PhD students # Part 2 - Disagreements are OK

Description of video: 
Disagreements are mostly OK. Interviews with supervisors and PhD students point out five possible problems. This video presents this during 33 minutes and 5 seconds. All informants approved the final version of this video. (If this is a search result then click on the title to come to the page where you can see it.)
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This topic is expanded further in a scientific publication found at the journal BMC Medical Education.

"Who wants Einstein" is a series consisting of three parts:
Part 1 - The good example (click here to see this video)
Part 2 - Disagreements are OK (this video is found below)
Part 3 - The new PhD education (click here to see this video)

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