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MedComms Networking - 18 July 2017
OK, I admit I'm mildly excited about this one! As promised I've re-launched the service at NetworkPharma.tv with more than 50 free webcasts for you. The service is supported by Phil O'Brien and his team at Concise and without them it couldn't happen in this way, so many thanks to them.
There's already a wealth of great content for you and, all being well, there's much more coming. My thanks go to the many industry specialists who've travelled to our Brunch Meetings in Oxford over recent months, to stand in front of "that door" and allow us to film their presentations. My thanks also to Penny Gray who's helping oversee the editorial aspects and to Mario Crispino, the man behind the cameras.
So, the next phase in this particular journey is to reach 100 free webcasts when I think we'll deserve some champagne! I'd welcome feedback and comments about the content, and any suggestions for future topics and speakers. If you'd like to volunteer yourself then even better! Meanwhile details of upcoming Brunch Meetings are always kept bang up-to-date at www.MedCommsNetworking.com so please join us if you can.
These free webcasts help make expert insights from the medcomms business accessible to everyone, everywhere. That's hopefully useful to many people working in and around medcomms around the globe who can't easily access other learning opportunities, and helpful to many people who are trying to learn more about the business, maybe with a view to joining us or working with us. Please share and use them however you like. View them at your leisure, or organise a Lunch and Learn event with colleagues, streaming a webcast and discuss how it impacts on your team's practice.
If there are any Learning and Development Managers reading this, please tell us how to make this service more useful to you.
Please note we're still tidying the site. As you'll imagine that's not a small task, so please help and tell me about any errors you spot.
So, four new webcasts from this month's Brunch meeting can now be found as follows;
Using content consumption behaviour to inform your publications strategy featuring Gavin Sharrock, from John Wiley and Sons
Working with medical societies featuring Gavin Sharrock, from John Wiley and Sons
Publications in a digital world featuring Russell Traynor, from Envision Pharma Group
iEnvision for publication planners featuring Russell Traynor, from Envision Pharma Group.
There are four more great talks coming next month on 2 August.
In brief, here are three more news snippets for you;
Everyone can now access a free recording of the recent webcast from the Copyright Clearance Center which addressed developments relevant to MedComms following our meetings in London
Ryan Woodrow and his team invite you to participate in The Publication Plan Survey 2017 to help make that valuable information resource even better
Ashfield Healthcare Communications has just announced the launch of their new global agency 'Cirrus Communications' in the US and UK.
Please keep sending me your #MedComms news. Enjoy your week.
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