Communicating Science

ADAPT Stage Event Type

Learning Community

Professional Development Topic

Communication Skills
November 26, 2019 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm

Speaker(s)

Judy Cameron
PhD

Location

Forbes Tower, Suite 7057 (7th floor), Conference room 7039  

Format: 
Interactive Workshop

Please bring an article or presentation abstract that you are working on to this workshop.

Communicating Science, presented by Judy Cameron, PhD, Department of Psychiatry.  All audiences want to learn interesting new scientific information and have it delivered as a good story in an understandable format. This workshop will assist you in learning how to convey the importance of your message while being interesting, maintaining the attention of the audience and making the learning process enjoyable. An overview of scientific communication skills, including knowing your audience and why they are interested in the information you are speaking about, how to translate scientific jargon into understandable concepts for the public, and how to keep the audience engaged will be presented. (subject matter: scientist in society)

Sponsoring Entity: 
CTSI Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR)
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Target Audience: 
Graduate Students (All)
Graduate Students (Master’s)
Graduate Students (Doctoral)
Medical Students
Postdocs
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Published Event Contact: 
kschmidt@pitt.edu