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Virtual Workshop Jo Browning on Scientifically Speaking: The art of communicating science with confidence and clarity.
After a successful webinar on the 30th June, iWiS in collaboration with Jo Browning are proud to bring you three practical workshop to help you understand how to craft a message that gains traction and master the art of influential speaking, which is something you weren’t taught at university or medical school.
Speaking and communications coach Jo Filshie-Browning has 25 years of experience in science communications. She has written Scientifically Speaking to help scientists and physicians become compelling speakers who put their message across with confidence and clarity, both online and in person
Find out more here about what is involved in each workshop and don’t miss out!
12 & 13 October 2021
9:00 – 1:00 PM BST
STEMulate your Genius: Be Bold, Be Seen Be Heard
YOU ARE INVITED to join an event you don’t want to miss. This year on the 12th and 13th October the Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC, part of UK Research and Innovation) and the international Women in Science (iWiS) invite you to join them for two half-day virtual talks that bring together two giants from the STEM field: Space Science/Robotics and Healthcare/AI.
Aimed primarily at the female scientific community the STFC and iWiS are joining forces to encourage international collaborations between scientists. By bringing role models into the spotlight and taking you on an inspirational journey, this event will encourage scientific communities across the world to collaborate and amplify female scientific voices.
The two half days are on 12th & 13th October 9-1pm BST (10-2pm CET).
30 June 2021
12:00pm – 13:00pm
Open to all
Jo Browning on Scientifically Speaking: The art of communicating science with confidence and clarity
Now more than ever, scientists are in the spotlight and on the record. The digital environment, together with the pandemic has forced scientists to communicate in new ways. Writing is no longer enough. Today scientists are required to speak about their work in public – at conferences, on stage, on camera, on Zoom and on the record.
These are challenging situations which can support your professional career and get you noticed. But they can also be nerve wracking.
To do this well you need to understand how to craft a message that gains traction and master the art of influential speaking, which is something you weren’t taught at university or medical school.
Speaking and communications coach Jo Filshie-Browning has 25 years of experience in science communications. She has written Scientifically Speaking to help scientists and physicians become compelling speakers who put their message across with confidence and clarity, both online and in person.
Join us for a LUNCH & LEARN Q&A session with Jo where she will introduce her book and answer your top questions about the challenges of speaking in public!
Hosted on Zoom
Dates: 30 June 2021
Time: 12:00pm – 13:00pm CET
2, 9, 16, and 23rd February 2021
6:00pm – 7:30pm
Open to all
The Power of Your Subconscious Mind
Your dreams are not arbitrary, meaningless, or random. They are a powerful means by which your body, mind, and subconscious communicate with you. Dreams come to help you see your blind spots, step out of your limiting beliefs, your protective patterns, and inspire you to step into your greater potential.
A 4-week course with weekly 90 min.In this four week online workshop exclusively for iWiS members, you will learn how to transform ⅓ of your life spent in sleep and dream into a powerful medium for personal growth and transformation.
Live teachings and Q&A, hosted on Zoom
Dates: 2, 9, 16, and 23rd February 2021
Time: 6:00pm – 7:30pm CET
6th November 2019
Der Teufelhof, Leonhardsgraben 47-49, 4051 CH
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DIGITAL HEALTHCARE: TRANSFORMING PATIENT CARE
international Women in Science and Women in Digital Healthcare invite you to attend an epic event!
Big Data is reinventing how we address global healthcare challenges. Good quality healthcare data, and lots of it, can power groundbreaking medical innovation. Data informs strategic healthcare policies, and can potentially, when used in collaboration with Artifi cial Intelligence technology, minimize global health risks through improved prediction. Factors such as rampant bad data as well as public distrust in data privacy and digital healthcare solutions, continue to present significant challenges.
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EuroSTEMPeers enables STEM graduates to access the global network for mentoring, empowerment, growth and support in their professional careers.
EuroSTEMPeers is the European chapter of a 13,000+ member strong global STEM network which aims to bring early stage STEM researchers together to seek collaborations, and help them transition to a variety of industrial, academic or entrerpreneurial roles.
8-9 June 2019
In 2019, the International Forum on Women’s Brain and Mental Health will focus on the theme “The Gateway to Precision Medicine” and take place on 8-9 June in Zurich, Switzerland.
After a highly successful 1st Forum on Women’s Brain and Mental Health in December 2017, WBP is continuing their tradition and organizing yet another event that will be more than just a conventional scientific meeting.
The Forum will bring together experts from myriad scientific disciplines, and fields of practice as diverse as technology and policy-making. Researchers, caregivers, and patients will also be center stage in discussions on the influence of sex and gender in brain and mental health research.
9th Septhember 2019
FHNW Campus Muttenz, Switzerland
DayOne Basel: Annual Conference – Register now
Join us at the 2019 DayOne Annual Conference meeting.
As technology continues to develop at a great pace, the DayOne Conference will seek answers to crucial questions: Is the industry ready for the future? Can we deliver on the promise of digital transformation? Do we have the right mindset? Additionally, what fundamental changes need to be considered concerning society, future skills, ethics and business models enabling the next big step?
The 2019 edition of the DayOne Conference aims to tap into the basic contradiction which stands at the very heart of every innovation: How can we create a better world and provide the needed return on investment? We will take a closer look at the ethical and economic principles that will have to guide us if we want to drive a future where emerging technologies will change health as we know it forever.
28th January 2019
Women in AI Talk
Join iWiS at the Women in AI (wAI)
WAITALK: THE FUTURE OF DIGITAL ASSISTANTS – HYPE VS. REALITY
Be inspired from an exceptional speaker line-up from industry and academia, and take the opportunity to network with experts. They will share their unique stories and insights on the future of digital assistants and AI impacts on business and everyday life!
7th Nov 2018
Women in Tech Awards
Join iWiS at the Women in Tech Awards in Lisbon Portugal!
It’s time to bridge the gender gap in the technology industry by celebrating the people who innovate, inspire, and transform the sector as we know it.
Our Women in Tech Awards ceremony will reward incredible figures in a range of 15 categories. We’ll be looking at experts from around the world who are at the head of companies, entrepreneurs, and most outstanding in their domain. Let’s celebrate together!
14th Nov 2018
Women in Digital Health: Personal data and how to get control over it
Partner event: Join us in Zurich to learn more about the importance of data privacy and the role of GDPR in Switzerland.
4 – 6 Jul 2019
Global Summit for Women: 2019 Summit
Partner event: Join over 1,000 leaders in business and government from around the world at the premier business and economic forum for women for 29 years taking place in July in the world-renowned financial hub of Switzerland.