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Why should physicians, medical experts and scientists aim to excel in clear communication using the spoken word?

Why shouldn’t they confine their personal development to extending their medical expertise?

Because the communication tools used in medical education and professional development are changing. While research, publications and conferences remain pivotal to the advancement of science and medicine, spoken communications and presentations made available via the web provide invaluable opportunities to share research findings with a much wider audience than ever before.

To make the best of the information sharing opportunities, physicians and scientists need to be able to communicate in a different way. They need to use their presentation to give their full story and put it into context in a matter of minutes as well as handle any questions with short impactful answers.

And when you do that, something becomes very clear:

‘Just the facts’ is not the full story.

In the world of the spoken word, success depends on much more than the facts. Only those physicians who combine factual accuracy with verbal, vocal and visual skills will truly educate, motivate or persuade.

This is true whether you are communicating with peers, patients or any other audience essential to your success.

LionsDen offer career-enhancing professional development courses in spoken communication for medical experts. Founded in 1992, we have since trained thousands of Key Opinion Leaders, External Experts and other scientists.

The courses are all taught by communication experts who specialise in pharmaceuticals and healthcare and who understand the restrictions of the medical and scientific worlds.They are available in multiple languages and include:

  • Presenting medical data
  • Improved outcomes through communications
  • Impactful Interviews
  • Effective Chairmanship in medicine