09:30 - 11:30
A key aspect of a successful research career in public health is the ability to communicate your research effectively to the public.
To help develop your skills in this area SPHR have teamed up with Duncan Yellowlees, an expert in communicating research to different audiences, who will deliver communication training for our SPHR Phd students and Fellows.
How you present your research is as, if not more important than what you say. This session will look at developing techniques to help you to communicate your research and engage with your audience.
The session will explore:
- Body language
- Vocal use
- Emotional projection and actioning
- Techniques for dealing with nerves
After this session our PhD students will be asked to submit an entry to our virtual three-minute thesis competition.
Please note this session is open to SPHR trainees only.