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    MedComms Networking - 19 April 2022


    The plan's coming together for our new careers event, Working in and around #MedComms, 19 September at Heathrow. Since announcing it last week, we've seen some registrations but most importantly - at this stage - more exhibitors. Kudos to Costello Medical, dna Communications, Fishawack Health and inScience Communications.

    To be frank, though, if it's going to work well, we need lots more exhibitors and together we'll attract lots of delegates. Please spread the word and, if your company wants to attend, please give me a shout. I'm keen to go beyond "traditional" MedComms, whatever that means. So, if you work around the MedComms business, please join us. Let's provide jobseekers with a wide a variety of insights and highlight specialisms like medical publishing, HEOR and market access, digital solutions, meetings and events, regulatory writing and more.

    Come along on the day, anyway. Everyone will be welcome. You don't have to exhibit to join in. Sign up via It'll be fun. And quite unlike anything we've seen in this sector before.

    I'll include a special session for freelancers as well. Open to anyone, not just MedComms Workbook subscribers. If you're thinking about making that leap, check out the recording of last week's #MedComms webinar. We were joined by Kathryn White, author of our careers guide, Making it my own business: a guide to being a freelance writer in MedComms, along with Steph Carter who contributed her personal profile story to the latest edition. Lots of useful insights for you, whether you're a new or aspiring freelancer. Or, indeed, more experienced.

    Tomorrow we'll be joined by Isabelle Blomfield, Rachael Ducker, Maggie Lai and Steve North from the AMICULUM agencies Seques and Comradis as they discuss working in the specialist fields of rare diseases and cell and gene therapies. They'll explain the importance of working in these areas, as well as the main challenges faced and how to overcome them. Everyone's welcome. Join us.

    And next week's webinar should be fascinating. The past two years have been highly disruptive for medical societies and their congress activity. Many have urgently sought new approaches to ensure they continue to engage and support their specialist communities effectively. Jeff Bateman (Head of Strategic Communications, Congress) and Mar Tintore (Professor of Neurology and President-elect of ECTRIMS, the European Committee for Treatment and Research in Multiple Sclerosis) will reflect on the new reality and share their experiences. How do we improve the attendee experience? What is important to think about? How do we improve medical education? ECTRIMS 2022 will be a hybrid congress - onsite and online. What will that mean in practice? Everyone's welcome. Join us.

    Remember, if you miss any webinars, all the recordings are on

    P.S. I just saw this news; Bioscript Group strengthens its service offering with the addition of Meridian HealthComms. There's plenty more such activity coming in MedComms this year, I suspect. Exciting times, for everyone!

    There's lots more happening - online and onsite.


    Peter Llewellyn
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