What’s this all about?

We’re here to help you learn about careers in MedComms and then, if you decide it’s of interest, to help you get your first job! Good luck.

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We’re grateful for contributions from many members of the MedComms Networking community and specifically the following Sponsors: AMICULUM Ltd, Darwin Healthcare Communications, Highfield:Communication and Lucid Group.

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Brunch Meeting – all about getting a job in MedComms, Oxford, 6 October 2016

Every month there’s a MedComms Networking Brunch Club meeting in Oxford, the main purpose being to film 3 or 4 presentations for webcasting to the global community. We’re building a library of such webcasts at NetworkPharma.tv. We welcome anyone to join us for the session, to enjoy the opportunity to meet and chat and to ask questions of the speakers directly.

Today’s presentations will all be aimed at people wanting a job in MedComms.

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Open MedComms Careers Event – 12th January 2017 – Oxford

Venue: Oxford University, UK

Date: 12 January 2017

This will be the eleventh time we have run what is now established as an annual event in Oxford. Once again we will have an enthusiastic audience of post-docs and DPhil/PhD students and others from the biomedical sciences departments within and around Oxford and from other Universities across the UK, who will meet with a number of medical communications professionals for a highly engaging session which presents medical writing and account management in MedComms as attractive career options.

Everyone welcome!

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An Internship in MedComms with Highfield Communication

callum-ingramCallum Ingram, Intern Trainee Account Executive at Highfield Communication reflects on his recent work experience.

You’ve left university, maybe you know what you want to do with your hard-earned degree. Maybe you don’t. You’ve finished your last exam or handed in your last assignment, but when all the celebrations have finished, the same question remains, what do you do now?

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What about Med Comms?

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On 14 September 2016 we ran another annual MedComms Careers events in Manchester, which was a great success. Natasha Tracey, a PhD student living in Edinburgh, attended the meeting and has written  a review for her Blog site, Surviving Science.

On a rare sunny afternoon in Manchester, NetworkPharma Ltd organised a careers event aimed at people looking to find more out about what a career in medical communication involves. It was a packed afternoon, with three presentations from people already in the industry, followed by a mix of junior and senior staff from some of the leading medical communications agencies across the UK.

[Read more on the Surviving Science Blog… ]