You’ll find a library of free webcasts about topics relevant to MedComms is developing at NetworkPharma.tv – some of the latest are highlighted below.
The What and the How of Independent Medical Education
While most people in MedComms will have heard of Independent Medical Education (IME), not so many will understand it in reality. Join this webinar to hear more about what IME is and how it works. Louise Banks (Head of Project Management), Tammy Gibbs (Managing Director) and Alison Scott (Chief Scientific Officer) of TouchIME will discuss how IME is funded, what the content looks like and how it is developed. The team will compare and contrast IME with the more familiar MedComms and share their day-to-day experiences. And we answer questions from the audience.
Recorded 16 August 2022 as a MedComms Networking webinar. Produced by NetworkPharma.tv
Attracting diverse talent into MedComms
In this webinar we are joined by Tobi Ogundipe, Founder and CEO of DIVERSE., an organisation that helps employers hire diverse young talent from a community of Black, Asian and Ethnic Minority UK students and graduates. Tobi is joined by a panel of specialists from MedComms companies to discuss the challenges and possible solutions that apply to our business. On our panel we are joined by Andrew Davidson (Inizio Medical), Peter Griffiths (BioScript), Kirsty Okyne (AMICULUM), Alice Roache (IPG Health). And we answer questions from the audience.
Recorded 01 August 2022 as a MedComms Networking webinar. Produced by NetworkPharma.tv
Inizio Medical – It’s time to reimagine health
In this webinar we meet the leadership team from Inizio Medical to learn more about the exciting potential of the company for its 2,000+ staff, new recruits, and clients. Inizio Medical agencies include ApotheCom, Ashfield MedComms and Nucleus Global, plus specialized services of MEDiSTRAVA and MedEvoke. Our panellists will be Elaine Ferguson (Group President), Dan Bridges (Global CEO) and Andrew Davidson (Chief People Officer). And we answer questions from the audience.
Recorded 07 July 2022 as a MedComms Networking webinar. Produced by NetworkPharma.tv
Development Directors – sparking innovation and inspiration in medcomms
In this webinar we are joined by Rebecca Douglas (Group Programme Director, Talent), Jo Frost (Group Client Service Development Director), Sarah Lewis (VP, Medical Development Director) and Sarah Thomas (VP, Client Service Development Director) from McCann Health Medical Communications who explain how their Development Directors work within their agencies to help individuals achieve their full potential at Associate level, as part of FuEL (Future Experts and Leaders), and beyond. In this webinar we discuss the unique role that the multidisciplinary group of Development Directors play and how that benefits FuEL participants and the wider business.
The session includes:
* A day in the life of a Development Director
* Working with Development Directors: a case study
* Career pathways: finding your North Star
And we answer questions from the audience.
Recorded 06 July 2022 as a MedComms Networking webinar. Produced by NetworkPharma.tv
Blended learning at Lucid Group
Career growth, mobility and pathways are integral to achieving organisational growth and personal development, and one key way to support this is through a blended approach to learning. This webinar focuses on Lucid Group’s understanding of blended learning which includes coaching, mentoring, training programmes which work in parallel with on-the-job development, and the specialist tools they apply to drive success in MedComms. Our panellists for this webinar are Paul Cutler (Chief People Officer), Katherine Duxbury (Head of Medical) and Harry Sherman (Senior Medical Writer). And we answer questions from the audience.
Recorded 29 June 2022 as a MedComms Networking webinar. Produced by NetworkPharma.tv
Writing for Patients: Who, What, Where, When, Why and How?
With an ever-increasing drive towards patient centricity in healthcare, many of us will have the opportunity to be involved in direct patient engagement or education at some point in our careers. Writing for patients can be rewarding because we can see how our work enables people to become more informed and active participants in their healthcare and can improve outcomes. We use different skills when writing for patients versus writing for healthcare professionals and other audiences, and different rules, best practices and regulations apply. In this webinar we join Medical Communications and Patient Recruitment team members from IQVIA to discuss life writing for lay audiences. From supporting clinical trial participants within a clinical research environment to supporting patients in managing their medications and conditions, we consider what is needed to do this effectively. On our panel today we have Joanne Barwell, Hannah Birkett, Sue Harris and Rebecca Thurston. And we answer questions from the audience.
Recorded 08 June 2022 as a MedComms Networking webinar. Produced by NetworkPharma.tv
The role of MedComms in supporting MSLs and their medical affairs activity
In this webinar we’re joined by Helen Kane, CEO One MSL. Helen established One MSL as a specialist training consultancy in 2016 after a 25 year career in Medical Affairs. She is driven by a passion to enable the MSL and the wider medical function to excel in role. We will talk about the evolving needs of the MSL to succeed, the essential competencies which of course includes the fundamentals of scientific expertise and engagement skills. One MSL works across the global MSL community with clients from start-up biotech to Top 10 pharma which provides lots of learnings and opportunities. Helen will share her thoughts on the value of collaboration and how together we can achieve more. And we answer questions from the audience.
Recorded 01 June 2022 as a MedComms Networking webinar. Produced by NetworkPharma.tv
Telling stories with data
Effectively conveying data to a target audience sits at the heart of healthcare communications. In this webinar, we will discuss how the use of narrative and data visualization principles can help to ensure that we put our content across in the most clear and compelling way. We’ll be joined by Matt Evans and Matt Burns from AMICULUM. And we answer questions from the audience.
Recorded 25 May 2022 as a MedComms Networking webinar. Produced by NetworkPharma.tv
Mentoring is bringing new learning experiences to Oxford PharmaGenesis
Coinciding with ‘Learning at Work Week 2022’, in this webinar we are joined by Carmen Candler and Cathy Kirk to share why they think mentoring is bringing new learning experiences to Oxford PharmaGenesis and helping to further embed their great learning culture. They discuss:
* Why they decided to set up a mentoring programme
* Some key focus areas of the programme
* What makes a great mentor and mentee?
* Some top tips for anyone thinking of becoming a mentor or a mentee
And we answer questions from the audience.
Recorded 18 May 2022 as a MedComms Networking webinar. Produced by NetworkPharma.tv
Stepping up: training and career development at Fishawack Health
In this webinar, Lucy Bee, Susan Brackenridge, Amy Jackson and Emily Singletary talk about new training and career initiatives at Fishawack Health. These include evolution of the Supporting Training and Enhancing Professional Skills (STEPS) training programs and implementation of the Fuel50 platform to personalize, grow, or even pivot, careers. The Webinar will be of particular interest to new writers and those further along in their career, as well as other roles across medcomms. And we answer questions from the audience.
Recorded 11 May 2022 as a MedComms Networking webinar. Produced by NetworkPharma.tv