What’s on the agenda this year?

The idea is that on MedComms day there is no actual plan. All sorts of people working in and around MedComms get involved in many different ways. And do their own thing. We collect a number of contributions here but you’ll find all sort of activity over on Twitter and Linkedin and elsewhere. Look for hashtag #MedComms.

This year though, we already know of some special events happening on MedComms Day as follows:

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MedComms Day celebrations with AMICULUM

For more information on each event, please click on the links below.

DUNDEE, UK: Presentation and networking, University of Dundee (all welcome) programme and registration details

OXFORD, UK: Meet our team, University of Oxford (all welcome) programme and registration details

LONDON, UK: Presentation and networking, University College London (open to UCL students and alumni only) programme and registration details

BRIGHTON, UK: Meet our team, University of Sussex (all welcome) programme and registration details

We look forward to meeting as many of you as possible, and giving you a first-hand insight into the world of medical communications.

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WEEKLY MEDCOMMS WEBINAR
Ask AMICULUM about life in healthcare communications

Venue: Global
Date: 12.00 BST, 12 June 2019

In this webinar, as part of our celebrations on #MedComms Day 2019, we’ll be joined by representatives from AMICULUM’s Manchester and Bollington offices for an online discussion about life and careers in healthcare communications, featuring members of their editorial, client services and recruitment teams. Have you ever wondered about what the day-to-day of a medical writer is like? Are you interested in learning more about innovative client projects, or international travel opportunities? Let us know! Questions from the audience will be welcomed on the day. We’re also inviting questions in advance from attendees, so please submit a question when registering your interest. It should be of particular interest to anyone who is looking for insights in to MedComms as a career and how to maximise their chances of gaining an entry level job.

[PROGRAMME AND REGISTRATION DETAILS]

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And there’s more…

12 June at 11.00 Standard New Zealand time (note the time zone!): Zoom meeting with the New Zealand Medical Writers programme and registration details

12 June at 12.00 BST: Informal get-together for Freelancers working in and around Leeds, over lunch at Prezzo’s in the Light, Leeds. For more information contact local organiser, Fiona Weston

12 June at 13.00 BST: Informal get-together for Freelancers working in and around East Anglia, over lunch at Elveden Courtyard, Thetford. For more information contact local organiser, Jen Lewis

12 June at 19.30 BST: Informal get-together for Freelancers working in and around NW London, over dinner at Prezzo Italian restaurant, Harrow. For more information contact local organiser, Corinne Swainger

Watch this space or contact Peter Llewellyn for more details or to share news of your own…

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