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    Succeeding in MedComms, despite what life throws at us


    The programme for this meeting was organised with Steven Walker of St Gilesmedical London and Berlin.

    In this extended MedComms Webinar, after another year of disruption and the introduction of new working practices, we'll reflect on how well we ensure everyone reaches their maximum potential in MedComms. The work can be frenetic, stressful and deadline-driven. How many of us struggle with challenges behind the scenes? How well do we support each other through those challenges? Are we overcoming invisible barriers to work and productivity with more flexible working? Can more people flourish whatever their situation/circumstances (e.g. health issues, care needs, aging, etc)? Has COVID inadvertently paved the way for inclusivity like never before? Or have we created unforeseen consequences (reduced chances for career progression etc)? Are inequalities worsening?

    And we answer questions from the audience.

    So you can better enjoy the break between sessions, we'll send the first 50 registrants who provide a UK address to Steven at posh tea bags and two homemade mince pies.


    12.00 Start and Introductions from Steven Walker of St Gilesmedical and Peter Llewellyn of NetworkPharma

    12.10 Session 1 - voice of the individual

    Panel includes Katia Chrysostomou (Performance Coach), Mark Palmer (Freelance writer) and others

    12.50 Session 2 - voice of the professional

    Panel includes Christine Oesterling (GP Principal), Jacques Tamin (Occupational Physician) and others

    13.30 BREAK

    13.40 Session 3 - voice of the employer

    Panel: Karen Alderson (AMICULUM), Sharon Frost (Oxford PharmaGenesis) and Angela Young (Lucid Group)

    14.20 Closing remarks

    14.30 End

    It should be of interest to anyone working in and around MedComms.

    This extended webinar is free of charge and, all being well, recordings will be posted afterwards at

    Note we are allowing 2.5 hours and will finish promptly on time.


    To make sure you're included in announcements about future events just email Peter Llewellyn, if you haven't already done so, to register your interest.


    This meeting has been arranged with support from St Gilesmedical London and Berlin

    St Gilesmedical London and Berlin

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