NAPERVILLE, Ill., Dec. 4 /PRNewswire/ -- NAMC members can gain access to cutting edge education, without leaving your desktop. Webinars feature nationally-recognized speakers and opportunities for interaction via computer. The next webinar will be on December 10, 2008:
Finding and Communicating With Your Online Audience
Do you know where your online influencers and audiences live? Once you've found them, do you know how to engage them?
This webinar will give you the knowledge you need to go find your online communities, determine how to engage them, along with a segment devoted to best practices for online communications.
There will be an interactive Q & A session at the conclusion of the webinar.
Dr. Jim Keany; board certified emergency physician practicing in Orange County, California
Sarah Skerik, Vice President, Distribution Services, PR Newswire
Wednesday, December 10, 2008
Your office or desktop
To facilitate your busy schedule, we encourage you to pre-register for this webinar expeditiously. On the day of the live webinar, just click on the webinar URL, click on your preference of media player, and the presentation will automatically launch and begin playing via your speakers or headphones. You will need either Windows Media or Real Player.
12 pm EST; 11 am CST; 10 am MST; 9 am PST
Complimentary for NAMC members. $20 for non-NAMC members
Can't make it? This webinar will be recorded. Please register now to ensure you receive the link to the recording once it's available.
March 11, 2009 - "Social Media Optimization"
June 11, 2009 - "Show Your Best Stuff to the World"
How to access the webinar: Live over the Internet
The National Association of Medical Communicators is an organization dedicated those of us in the healthcare profession who want to provide reliable information to the public, no matter what the venue.
We are composed of medical broadcasters, writers, and webcasters as well as organizational spokespersons. We even have a large contingent of members who have frequent public speaking engagements who simply want to improve their delivery. In general, it is safe to say NAMC has an all-inclusive mindset!
NAMC has been around for more than 30 years. Medical broadcasting pioneers such as Dr. Art Ulene of NBC's Today show and Dr. Timothy Johnson of ABC news are just a few of the influential broadcasters who have helped shape our organization. Even today, we can claim the best in the business when it comes to media coaches, writing/editing trainers, and public relations experts.
Minimum Requirements to listen to broadcast:
The Windows Media Player software, downloadable free from
and at least a 56Kbps connection to the Internet.
If you experience problems listening to the webcast, send an e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
|SOURCE National Association of Medical Communicators|
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