Professor Shaun Hendy to keynote our 2016 annual conference
Join us in Auckland, New Zealand to discuss modern health communication, the practice of good health communication, what we can learn from entrepreneurs in health and medical comms, science and storytelling, and much more!
Our 2016 keynote, Professor Shaun Hendy, is one of New Zealand’s most prominent scientists and the winner of the Prime Minister’s Science Communication Prize. He recently authored the book Silencing Science and believes too many scientists feel constrained in speaking publicly.
Georgina Taylor is the winner of the 2020 Early Career Award
The AMWA Executive would like to congratulate Georgina Taylor on winning this year’s Early-Career Award. The standard of applicants for the Award was extremely impressive, however, Georgina was a well-deserved winner. Her submission discussed the importance of vigilance in early
cancer detection. Comments from our guest judge Dr Sarah McKay (director of The Neuroscience Academy
Natalie Parletta is the 2019 winner of the Early-Career Award
The AMWA Executive would like to congratulate Natalie Parletta on winning this year’s Early-Career Award. The standard of applicants for the
Award was extremely impressive, however, Natalie was a well-deserved winner. Her submission presented the complex and potentially confusing
topic of insulin during pregnancy in a clear and accessible way. Sophie Scott (guest judge and
We are excited to announce our first face-to-face networking event for 2021 in Brisbane on Thursday 18 March at Corbett & Claude.
Please join AMWA committee member Eve Vickerson and other health communicators for a relaxed and informal gathering in Brisbane this March!
When: Thursday, 18 March, 6–8pm Where:Corbett & Claude, 283 Elizabeth St, Brisbane CBD. Cost: There is no cost to attend for either members or non-members of AMWA. Drinks and nibbles will be provided,
however feel free to purchase something should you require something more substantial.