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    BRUNCH CLUB - 4 MAY 2016 - OXFORD

    The aim is to host a regular small meeting with 2-4 speakers presenting on various topics of direct relevance to MedComms. Importantly the presentations will be filmed for webcasting for free access by the global community afterwards. Topics will be announced in advance but we believe we can guarantee a useful educational and networking session every time. So make a note of the dates now. It's the first Wednesday of every month (except when it isn't!).

    Scroll down for copies of the presentation slides and the full webcasts, which are freely available.

    Date: 4 May 2016

    Venue: Magdalen Centre, The Oxford Science Park, Robert Robinson Avenue, Oxford OX4 4GE [DIRECTIONS]

    Timing:

    10.00 Registration and coffee

    10.30 Formal session

    ISMPP - what does it offer MedComms specialists?
    Jackie Marchington, Director of Global Operations, at Caudex
    ISMPP (pronounced IzMap) is the only not-for-profit organization founded by medical publication professionals for medical publication professionals - learn about its background, aims and objectives and, most importantly, what's in it for you if you join.

    WEBCAST:

    [DOWNLOAD JACKIE'S PRESENTATION - PDF]

    Myth Busters: Separating Fact from Fiction in our Profession
    Jackie Marchington, Director of Global Operations, at Caudex
    Jackie summarises the evidence and evaluations that came out of this lively and controversial session at the 12th Annual meeting of ISMPP on 12th April 2016. WEBCAST:

    [DOWNLOAD JACKIE'S PRESENTATION - PDF]

    Reflections on the 12th Annual meeting of ISMPP, 11-13th April 2016 Richard White, Commercial Director at Oxford PharmaGenesis
    The programme for this year's annual meeting, Medical Publications in a Data- Rich World: Enhancing Quality and Transparency looked excellent as always but many of us couldn't attend in person. So what did we miss? Richard reflects on the key points he took away from the event overall.

    WEBCAST:

    [DOWNLOAD RICHARD'S PRESENTATION - PDF]

    Professional medical writing support and the quality of randomised controlled trial reporting: a cross-sectional study
    Paul Farrow, Communications Director at Oxford PharmaGenesis
    Published in BMJ Open in February 2016, this research generated a great deal of interest at the time. Paul summarises the research and its conclusions and, importantly, talks about the practical implications for specialists working in MedComms.

    WEBCAST:

    [DOWNLOAD PAUL'S PRESENTATION - PDF]

    12.30 End of formal session

    To make sure you're included in announcements about future events just email Peter Llewellyn, if you haven't already done so, to register your interest.

    WHAT ELSE?

    This meeting was free to attend thanks to the generosity of the corporate sponsors


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