I first realised I didn't want to carry on in research when I was writing my first year report. My supervisor at the time wanted me to get back in the lab as soon as possible, but I was really enjoying taking the time to write up everything that I'd done in the year. Once … Continue reading How I got a job in #medcomms
Recently, I was fortunate enough to take part in a public engagement training event that was held at my institute. It was full of really great ideas, and the motivation to get out there and tell people what you're doing and why. One of the key things I took away from the day though, was … Continue reading Time for some public engagement?
At my institute, we have a strong public engagement commitment. At first I was wary to get involved, but once I did, I absolutely loved it. We’re very lucky to have a brilliant public engagement manager that organises events and coerces convinces us to take part in everything from fashion shows to open days … Continue reading Why you should make public engagement a priority
On a rare sunny afternoon in Manchester, Network Pharma Ltd organised a careers event aimed at people looking to find more out about what a career in medical communication involves. It was a packed afternoon, with three presentations from people already in the industry, followed by a mix of junior and senior staff from some … Continue reading What about Med Comms?