Standing up for Science media workshop: application form
On 30 November Sense about Science are awarding the 2017 John Maddox Prize at the Royal Pharmaceutical Society. Ahead of this, we're running a workshop for early career researchers, particularly those working in difficult areas on how to make your voice heard in public debates.

This full day event is FREE and for all STEM early career researchers and scientists (PhD students, post-docs or equivalent in first job).

Meet scientists who have engaged with the media; learn from respected science journalists about how the media works, how to respond and comment, and what journalists expect from scientists; and get hints and tips from communications and engagement experts.

Complete this form to apply for a free place. For more details, email Ana: Deadline for applications: 5pm, Monday 13th October.
Email address *
First name *
Surname *
Job title *
Stage of career
eg 1st year PhD student, post doctoral researcher
Area of research/work *
Institution *
Membership(s) to professional/learned societies *
Why do you think it is important for early career researchers to take an active role in public debates about science? (max 150 words) *
Have you had any experience of public engagement or standing up for science? If yes, please list (max 150 words) *
How did you hear about this workshop? *
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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