Join us at any time, for as long as you like, between 09.00 and 18.00 on Monday 19 September at the Radisson Hotel & Conference Centre London Heathrow for a messy, chaotic, in-person event. Come and go as you like. Make a day of it. You’ll have the opportunity to meet with lots of specialists from across the MedComms community, people working in and around medical communications, medical education and medical publishing who will be there to help explain the many career opportunities for you and to guide your next steps.

Do your research beforehand, then come and meet the people to put it all in context and have your questions answered.

Plentiful refreshments will be freely available throughout the day!

A detailed programe will be published here as details become available. Arrive early. Stay ’till late. We’ll make it worth your while.

We’ll start at 09.00 with coffee, tea and pastries followed by…

Masterclasses: led by the likes of Debbie Brix-Reynolds (author of A writer’s role in drug development: a guide to getting started in regulatory medical writing), Performance Coach Katia Chrysostomou, Annick Moon (author of From academic to medical writer: a guide to getting started in medical communications), Trainer and Mentor Sarah Nelson, Vicky Sherwood (host of the STEM careers blog, Biomed Badass) and Eleanor Steele aka the “MedComms Mentor”.

Panel sessions: Experts answering questions in an open forum

Workshops: Practical skills and insights led by specialist in their fields

One-to-ones: Meet with individual companies for more personal, in-depth discussions about live opportunities

Networking: Chat informally throughout the day whenever and wherever the opportunities arise

Importantly, a number of the employers are also planning to organise relevant activities. The first to confirm is AMICULUM who will run their own workshops alongside (details TBC).

We’ll finish with a free bar ’till 18.00

Make a day of it. It’ll be worth your while.

For more information at any time meanwhile, please contact Peter Llewellyn on peter@networkpharma.com