Digital features in medical publications: Where are we now?


This will be our 3rd MedComms Networking Virtual Event and we're delighted to be working with Springer Healthcare on this programme. More details will follow soon, but once again we'll line up a panel of experts and the emphasis in the meeting will be on encouraging the audience to ask questions and share their own experiences.

This MedComms Networking meeting is supported by Blue Sky eLearn.

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  • Peter Llewellyn, Managing Director, NetworkPharma Ltd. and Founder of the MedComms Networking Community

    With a background in pharma, e-comms, marketing, medical communications and publishing work, Peter is now involved in a diverse range of activities. MedComms Networking, which celebrated its 10 year anniversary in 2017, is a global initiative that facilitates networking and dialogue amongst individuals working in and around the pharmaceutical industry and MedComms, focusing on specialist medical education, medical communications and medical publishing activities.

  • Caroline Halford, Digital Publishing Manager for Springer Healthcare

    Caroline Halford has worked in medical publications for the past 16 years, and is currently the Digital Publishing Manager for Springer Healthcare (part of Springer Nature). In terms of medical publications, Caroline represents the Adis portfolio of journals, including Advances in Therapy, Diabetes Therapy, CNS Drugs and PharmacoEconomics. In recent times, Caroline has been involved in the launch and success of the Adis Rapid+ open access journals, which specialise in publishing digital features such as video abstracts, audioslides, and animations. Most recently, Caroline has expanded her role to represent the Springer Nature digital platforms Medicine Matters Oncology, Diabetes and Rheumatology. Caroline collaborates with industry to address their unmet educational needs through creating tailored educational Medicine Matters resources for the healthcare community.

  • Cliff Wyatt, Managing Director of HC21 Group

    Cliff leads three companies delivering medical communications, education and training, where the focus is on developing great content and using digital technology to make the learning as engaging and rewarding as possible. Aimed at optimising the treatment and management of long-term conditions this includes novel approaches such as virtual preceptorships, web-workshops, interactive games and applications that are designed to provide real-world, patient centred insights and provide high practical value. Cliff has spent 30 years in the industry in a variety of international pharma and agency roles and has been Managing Director of HC21 Group since 2005.

March 1, 2018
Thu 5:00 AM PST

Duration 1H 0M

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