The event, which presented a set of inspiring seminars in the field of science communication, was an opportunity to exchange ideas and experiences with other network members, i.e. scientific coordinators and managers of EU-funded health research projects as well as communication professionals. Once more, the occasion offered a chance to confirm the importance of the attention given to a targeted communication to families and patients in the DEEP project.
About the CommHERE network
The CommHERE network offers you enhanced exposure of your project through wider and more effective dissemination to the general public and the media in Europe. The aim of the CommHERE project is to improve communication on the outcome of EU-funded health research projects to the media, the general public and other target groups including the EC in all of Europe and beyond. The network comprises national and European communicators and researchers working with or in a research project in FP7 Health. Affiliation to the CommHERE network is open and free of charge to projects and individuals involved in FP7 Health projects and/or European institutions active in EU-funded health research.
Read more at: www.commhere.eu.