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Engagement Webinars - What is Public Engagement?

Join us for the first of our Engagement Webinars, where Paul Manners (Co-director of the NCCPE and Associate Professor of Public Engagement at UWE, Bristol) will guide us through the reciprocal benefit of engaging the public in pharmacological research.

27 Oct 2022

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The British Pharmacological Society is pleased to present a brand-new collection of webinars, intended to provide all Society members with the opportunity to develop their skills in public engagement.

The Engagement Webinars are free to attend and take on a variety of formats, from 1-hour talk and Q&A, to 90-minute workshops, with the content always flexible to the needs of our audience.  Visit out Engagement Community to network with other members, and have your say on what topics you’d like covered next!

In this lunch-time session, taking place on Thursday 27 October 2022 from 13:00 to 14:00, we are joined by Paul Manners, Co-director of the National Co-ordinating Centre for Public Engagement (NCCPE) and Associate Professor of Public Engagement at UWE, Bristol, who will guide us through the reciprocal benefit of engaging the public in pharmacological research.

Please note, the presentation portion of this webinar will be recorded.

If you have any questions about this webinar, please get in contact via getinvolved@bps.ac.uk

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13:00 - 13:10

Welcome and introduction
Sarah Bailey, VP Engagement, British Pharmacological Society


13:10 - 13:40

What is public engagement?
Paul Manners, Co-director of the NCCPE and Associate Professor of Public Engagement at UWE, Bristol


13:40 - 13:55

Discussion and Q&A


13:55 - 14:00

What the BPS can do for you
Charlotte Senior, Engagement Officer, British Pharmacological Society