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    This will be our fifth one-day intensive MedComms careers workshop, which provides the opportunity for delegates with a genuine interest in joining the MedComms industry to get up close and personal with a number of leading employers. The format is designed to give delegates as much insight as possible into life in the different agencies and to be able to compare and contrast those working environments. This event is all about talking direct and in depth with the MedComms specialists about the practicalities of getting the first job and then of the working life in the agencies, so attendees are expected to have already made themselves familiar with the information provided online at

    There are a maximum 24 places. Attendance is free of charge and we expect and welcome attendees from outside Oxford University, though priority is given to their students and staff.

    To apply for a place please email Peter Llewellyn using email with the following information:

  • Current position and clear contact details (email and phone and ideally a link to an online personal profile eg Linkedin page or web page)
  • A letter of application to include a short explanation as to why you would like to have a place on the course
  • A sample of your writing (for instance, summarising your research interest and objectives, or some relevant work experience. 150 words maximum).

    Applicants should expect to be informed of the result of their application within 48 hours. Please feel free to contact us directly if you've heard nothing back in that time. Registration will be kept open until the the workshop is fully booked at which point it will be clearly stated so on this page.

    If you've any questions at all then please email Peter Llewellyn directly.

  • DATE: 18 May 2019

    VENUE: The Careers Service, 56 Banbury Road, Oxford, OX2 6PA

    The building is towards the bottom end of the Banbury Road, only a few minutes walk from St Giles and the city centre and within easy reach of the train station. It is easily accessible from the Water Eaton Park and Ride by busses which regularly travel up and down the Banbury Road. Please note there is no parking at the venue. Short-term metered parking is available nearby or city centre car parks are not far away.

    [Please click here for a map which shows the building marked]


    09.00 Welcome and introduction - Peter Llewellyn, Director of NetworkPharma and of Burntsky, Founder of the MedComms Networking Community and of the FirstMedCommsJob service

    09.15 The Pharmaceutical Industry, Medicines Development and the Role of Medical Communications Reviewed. Led by Peter Llewellyn

    10.30 Tea and coffee

    11.00 Agency presentations - what makes each one unique, what do they look for in entry level candidates and what do they offer those who join them?

  • Fishawack Group
  • Helios Medical Communications
  • Highfield
  • Lucid Group
  • Oxford PharmaGenesis

    12.00 Q&A Panel - an open discussion with the specialists about working life in MedComms

    12.30 Lunch and Networking opportunity

    13.30 Speed-dating - everyone meets everyone before the agencies take their leave

    15.00 Tea and coffee

    15.15 What have we learnt and what's our action plan? Led by Peter Llewellyn together with Julia Walton of Media Contacts

    16.00 Close

    If you have any questions about careers in medical writing or indeed in other roles within medical communications, do feel free to email Peter Llewellyn.


    Are you interested in a career in medical communications?

    Learn more at FirstmedCommsJob

    Watch vidoes, listen to audio interviews, read Profiles, check out details of future and past events and much, much more...

    Let's get you started

    We will be joined on the day by representatives from the following six leading MedComms agencies...



    Fishawack Group

    Fishawack Group

    Helios Medical Communications

    Helios Medical Communications



    Lucid Group

    Lucid Group

    Oxford PharmaGenesis

    Oxford PharmaGenesis