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    Every Tuesday we send out the MedComms Networking email newsletter to subscribers. It includes brief commentary on what we're doing and planning, and highlights relevant news to encourage sharing of information, experiences and ideas and to stimulate discussion. The text and links included below, by definition, were accurate on the day of publication, but may then become outdated.


    MedComms Networking - 12 June 2018

    Hi

    Well that was fun; last week's MedComms Day 2018. Wasn't it? Many thanks to Concise for helping support our efforts again. But mostly, many thanks to all of you who joined in.

    What do you think we achieved, though? Anything? Nothing? If you didn't join in - what stopped you? I've started a discussion in the MedComms Networking Linkedin group and I'd welcome your thoughts. Or drop me a line directly. All feedback welcomed.

    If it all passed you by, check out what happened at www.MedCommsDay.com and let me know what you think of what you find there. You'll find loads of great content if you follow hashtag #MedComms back on Twitter, as well. Read about the full Twitter experience here.

    Once again, The MedComms Day activity reflected the global nature of the business, with contributions arriving from Auckland to San Francisco via Sydney, Tokyo, Sigtuna, London, Oxford, Macclesfield, Philadelphia, Bali, Chicago and Grenada. I'm keen we do more to engage with everyone around the world. Slowly but surely I'm hoping the library of free webinars we're building at NetworkPharma.tv is helping towards that end. It's freely accessible to everyone.

    On that note, I'm delighted to be welcoming speakers from Taylor and Francis tomorrow for another Brunch Club meeting when we'll film more talks for the collection. We'll hear about copyright and permissions, open access, the submission process, and preprints and peer review.

    Then next week, we've our lunch and learn with Veeva, talking about Vault PromoMats, managing the process of medical content review and the transition from established Zinc platforms. That should be interesting.

    Importantly, then we have our next Careers event in London, on 27 June. If you know anyone who's interested in learning about careers in MedComms do encourage them to join us. It's free for the wannabes and we've proven many times these events work. If anyone really can't get there then point them at the FirstMedCommsJob.com resources where there are articles, guides, videos and more. If they sign up to the alert they'll automatically hear about new events. They'll also, for instance, hear about internships. I've sent out two messages just in the last few days about internships. We need more of those in MedComms. If you offer such opportunities then let me know. I've got a long list of interested people I can tell.

    Meanwhile, do keep sending me news. And any articles or other reference resources that strike you as worth sharing. Or announcements about events that might be of interest to others in the community. I always do what I can, when I can, to help spread the word about anything that's relevant. Send me everything and I'll happily sort it out here.

    Here's a webinar that should be of interest. On 26 June, pharmaphorum are running a free webinar, Engaging with HCPS: what do HCPs want from medical meetings?

    Enjoy your week meanwhile. Cake, it seems, helps! There was certainly plenty in evidence last week on MedComms Day...

    Cheers

    Peter Llewellyn
    Managing Director, NetworkPharma Ltd
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