The ICS Education Committee are pleased to confirm that Chris Chapple will be providing the keynote lecture at this year's early career session in Tokyo!
The lecture, entitled "Communication skills for academic progress" will provide delegates with suggestions on how to most effectively communicate their scientific and clinical research from an editor’s standpoint. The last two years keynote lectures have focused on Knowledge Translation (Keiko Shikako-Thomas) and Social Media (Stacy Loeb). Kari Tikkinen, ICS Education Committee member and organiser of the ICS early career sessions states: “It is great news to get Chris as our keynote speaker. He is very knowledgeable and can present in a way that everyone understands. I am confident that he will give us all a great boost in our efforts to develop as communicators of research findings.”
The early career session is a relaxed event combining lectures and presentations which we think will be of great interest to those just starting their careers. Young ICS members will present lectures relating to research which will be followed by presentations from those with non-discussion posters who then receive feedback on their presentation skills, slides and scientific content. More information on how to apply for the session will be confirmed in due course.
The early career session is available to delegates on a first come, first served basis so please ensure you arrive early to secure your spot!
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