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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 The text and links included below, by definition, were accurate on the day of publication, but may then become outdated.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 - 03 May 2016


    Our sponsorship year at MedComms Networking runs from 1 April through 31 March inclusive and we now have our confirmed group of Sponsors for the coming year - they're acknowledged below and throughout everything we do. I'm particularly delighted that Amiculum, Darwin Healthcare Communications and Highfield:Communication are also now sponsoring our new information resource at and will work with us to develop that service, too. Of course anyone can join as Sponsor at any time, so please give me a shout if you're interested, but these are our core supporters and, ladies and gentlemen, I salute you on behalf of the wider MedComms community! Without you, none of this would be possible.

    Here are two good current reasons for thanking these Sponsors today:

    1 - tomorrow, Wednesday, is the first of our new Brunch Club meetings when we'll hear from Richard White and Paul Farrow from Oxford PharmaGenesis and Jackie Marchington of Caudex. Join us to meet and chat with the Speakers, and each other, or wait just a short while to view the webcasts from the comfort of your office

    2 - it's that time of year when we start anticipating another MedComms Day! This year we'll celebrate life in MedComms for the 5th year and I want to make it bigger and better again. Last year saw a veritable explosion of activity on Twitter using hashtag #medcomms - can we scale new heights? The date is Wednesday 8 June so start planning how you'll join in. Once again we'll start with stories coming in from the guys in New Zealand, hopefully, and finish somewhere over the West Coast of the USA, all being well. Give me a shout if you've any questions or suggestions.

    Meanwhile we welcome the generosity of others in helping maintain and extend our overall events programme. Following excellent events already this year hosted by AXON and by Altmetric, we can now confirm our next afternoon's workshop will be about Understanding the role of real-world evidence (RWE) in a medical publication plan and once again we anticipate a large group gathering at Alderley Park on 7 July. Sign up now and let's start that ball rolling. Many thanks to John Gonzalez and his team at AstraZeneca for hosting this one and to Ryan Woodrow of Aspire Scientific for helping put the programme together. Details will be kept bang up-to-date on the website as always.

    Possibly even more exciting, we've now opened registration and posted preliminary details for our inaugural meeting for the medical communications community in Berlin on 7 October; Meeting the views of writers, healthcare professionals and patients: How will social media, virtual conferencing and measuring impact change medical communications? This initiative is supported by St Gilesmedical and we're looking forward to a lively gathering of representatives from the pharmaceutical, biotech and medical device industry, communication agencies, publishers, healthcare professionals, academics and freelance medical writers. Please help spread the word and watch this space as programme details get finalised.

    Have a good week everyone.


    Peter Llewellyn
    Managing Director, NetworkPharma Ltd
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