IPEM is inviting applications to join a new Communications and Engagement Panel, which will bring together IPEM members with external communications professionals to propose and refine ideas for how IPEM can demonstrate public leadership in the field.
The new panel will provide a combined member and external perspective and advice on IPEM’s communications and engagement activities, improving IPEM’s engagement and communication with public audiences, helping raise the profile of the work of IPEM members and of IPEM itself and linking in other communications and public engagement bodies in the fields of healthcare and science.
With several lay members already on board, as well as IPEM's Vice-President for External Affairs Dr Richard Axell, IPEM members from across physics, engineering and technologist roles are now sought to join the panel.
Paul Barrett, IPEM's Head of Communications said:
"The new Communications and Engagement Panel will play a key role in developing our communications and engagement activities, and by drawing together IPEM members and external members for the first time, will provide a great balance between scientific knowledge and professional communications perspectives. We're looking forward to getting started early in 2022, so if you wish to be a part of it, please get in touch as soon as possible".
To find out more and to express your interest in joining please contact: Paul Barrett firstname.lastname@example.org
or see: https://www.ipem.ac.uk/Members/Get-Involved-Internal-External-vacancies (member log-in required)
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