[Workshop, London] 13 Sep 2010 Communications workshop for #scicomm folk involved in charity research comms

This is for people working in medical research charities whose role involves communicating the research that they fund to various publics (people with a health condition and carers, people who might be interested, people who might support financially, fellow colleagues who may not be involved in communicating research but who may want to know enough to be able to answer the question where can I find out more about your research?).

It was published in March so my posting it now might be a tad too late, but possibly interesting to be aware of for future workshops.


Communications workshop        
How can you get the most out of your charity research communications?

We will be running a communications workshop for science information officers, press officers, and others responsible for communicating about research within AMRC member charities.

This years’ programme will have sessions on getting the most from science communication awards, corporate communications, and working with your public to get the message across.

Benefit from shared learning, discussion, and networking and learn new ways of working from your peers.

People who came along last year said:

"Very good day – really good quality of presentations and lots of insights"

"This day has been excellent: exceeded my expectations"

"All excellent, clear, engaging speakers"

Who should attend?
This event will be most useful for communication and research information staff.

The basics
Monday 13 September
10am – 4pm

??110 for AMRC member charities
??220 for non-members
Lunch and refreshments are provided

NCVO Conference Suite, Regent’s Wharf, 8 All Saints Street, London, N1 9RL

To book: Please download and complete the booking form and return to AMRC, 61 Gray’s Inn Rd, London, WC1X 8TL. T 020 7269 8820 F 020 7269 8821 

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