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    MedComms Networking - 19 March 2019


    This week's hot news is that we've published the 11th edition of our annual careers guide for wannabe medical writers. From academic to medical writer: a guide to getting started in medical communications, authored by Annick Moon, is currently one of three annual careers guides provided through the FirstMedCommsJob service. A huge thanks to the Sponsors, AMICULUM, and to the many others who support these free publications - they really are very valuable resources. Please help spread the word and encourage all relevant others to take a look. It would be great to see a wave of social media type activity highlighting the new guide, so for instance please "like" or "share" my Linkedin announcement or comment on Twitter using hashtag #MedComms. Let's make some noise together.

    We've another busy year ahead, with lots of plans for the services at for wannabes. MedComms needs lots more people in all roles. We provide useful information online at by way of articles and videos and so on (note I'm very keen to get more, so let me know if you'd like to contribute) but, as always, it's the meetings where the really interesting results are achieved.

    Our next annual Meet the Agencies Day is in Oxford on 13 May. There's a strictly limited number of places and we're filling up fast now. If you know anyone who wants to join MedComms in the near future then this one could make all the difference for them.

    The new weekly webinars that I'll kick off after Easter won't just be for wannabes, though we are starting on 1 May with Specialising in HEOR/Market Access medical writing with DRG Abacus. Every Wednesday at midday UK time I'll run a relevant MedComms webinar, free for everyone to attend, and hopefully we'll get to cover lots of different topics and appeal to all sides of our global community as opportunity arises. Watch this space for up-to-date details of what's coming up or feel free to ping me directly if you've any questions or would like to volunteer to get involved.

    Meanwhile, before Easter, you'll have seen I'm running some smaller virtual video workshops, all of which have filled up very quickly. Note that I have now just squeezed one more in on 11 April when we'll be able to talk about the development and application of virtual patient simulations in medical education with Jonathan Lorber and Igal Iancu, co-founders of eDocate Ltd based in Israel. Please join us.

    By the way, if you're a freelancer in MedComms have you thought about professional indemnity (PI)? Mike Cherrington of PIA Commercial recently led a virtual meeting for our MedComms Workbook subscribers to talk about PI and they have now posted a short article that will be of interest to others.

    Remember, details of all our activities are kept bang up-to-date at or give me a shout at any time if you've any questions, comments or suggestions.


    Peter Llewellyn
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