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Hybrid healthcare comms - is it the perfect blend or a recipe for disaster?
The long-term impact of COVID-19 is not fully known, but it is fair to assume that travel restrictions will likely continue across parts of the world for some time, local guidelines will vary and the road to recovery will differ from place to place. Progress is being made, but the reality is life may never return to what it once was pre-pandemic. And that's not necessarily a bad thing.

What does this mean for healthcare communications? We adapted quickly to a fully virtual world when the pandemic hit; we pivoted, we established new opportunities, and we found a way to engage and communicate. Now, though, as we are shifting to a world where we're not fully in person nor virtual, what lessons can we take into hybrid communications, and how can we embrace this opportunity to create experiences that will resonate? Will combining physical and virtual aspects create a perfect communications blend or be a recipe for disaster?

In this webinar, Stephanie Hill, Emma Lemon, Andy Scott and Natalie Turner from AXON Communications will discuss the opportunities and challenges of the new hybrid era for the healthcare communications industry.

Questions from the audience will be welcomed.

It should be of interest to anyone working in and around MedComms.

The webinar is free of charge and, all being well, a recording will be posted afterwards at NetworkPharma.tv.

Note we are allowing 60 minutes for the webinar and we always aim to finish promptly on time.

MedComms Networking Webinars will be run every Wednesday at 12.00 midday UK time from 15 September through to 15 December 2021. Topics will range widely but the aim is always to be relevant to people working in and around MedComms, by which we mean medical communications, medical education and medical publishing, and anyone who wants to start. See http://www.MedCommsNetworking.com for full details of upcoming events.

Nov 3, 2021 12:00 PM in London

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