2023 Hybrid Communication Workshop
Thank you for your interest in the 2023 NWABR Communication Workshop!
Thursday october 19, 2023
hybrid, in person at fred hutch, seattle, wa
Please join NWABR at the Fred Hutch this October 19, 2023, for our Annual Science Communication Workshop. Together we will explore enduring and emerging topics in science communication excellence. This workshop is appropriate for biomedical research and communications professionals, students, faculty and staff of organizations that conduct biomedical research, educators and public health professionals. Questions? Email or call Jen Wroblewski firstname.lastname@example.org 206-957-3337.
Confirmed Speakers and sessions
Amy Puffenberger, M.A.M, University of Michigan. Essentials of Communicating Science to the Public
Sally Thompson-Iritani, DVM/PhD, University of Washington. The Elephant in the Room: the Necessity of Speaking about Animals in Research
Ann Novakowski, MPH, Sage Bionetworks with Jen Wroblewski, MPH, NWABR. Ethical and Practical Considerations of Artificial Intelligence in Science Communication
Venue, Parking, Fees
Workshop is offered in person at Fred Hutch, at The Steam Plant building located at 1201 Eastlake Ave E., Seattle, WA 98102. Remote attendance is through ZOOM, accessed through a link provided after registration.
In person attendees can find directions and parking information here (select Visitor and Steam Plant): link for parking. Limited parking can be found in lots and on the street.
Attendance costs $10, except Fred Hutch team members who may attend free of charge using code FREDHUTCH. Fee includes workshop, refreshments and lunch.
|9:15||Amy Puffenberger, M.A.M, University of Michigan||Essentials of Communicating Science to the Public|
|10:15||Sally Thompson-Iritani, DVM/PhD, University of Washington||The Elephant in the Room: the Necessity of Speaking about Animals in Research|
|11:30||Ann Novakowski, MPH, Sage Bionetworks with Jen Wroblewski, MPH, NWABR||Ethical and Practical Considerations of Artificial Intelligence in Science Communication|
|12:30||Close and Networking Lunch|
Prior 2023 January agenda
Jennifer Wroblewski, MPH,
|9:15-10:15||Matt Jacob, Public Health Communications Consultant, Jacob Strategies, LLC||Combating Science Misinformation|
|10:15-11:15||Michael Zager, Director, Center for Data Visualization, Fred Hutch||Data Visualization|
|11:30-12:30||Jenn Klotz, Community Relations External Communications Lead, Oregon, Genentech||
Enhancing Your Cultural Capabilities
|12:30-1:00||Jen Wroblewski||Practice, Close|
Jennifer Wroblewski, MPH, Engagement Manager, NWABR
|1:05PM-1:30PM||Fernando Viera, MD, Chief Scientific Officer, ALS Therapy Development Institute||Truth telling and Hope: Why We Must Speak Up|
|1:30PM-2:15PM||Claire Hudson, Communications Manager, and Amitabha “Guppy” Gupta, PhD, Scientific Content Strategist, Fred Hutch||
How Science Communication is Evolving with the Virus
|2:15PM-3:00PM||Maren Higbee, VP of Development and Elora Webb, Marketing, Mighty Media Studios||Presenting Data through Storytelling|
|3:10PM-4:00PM||Teresa Guillien, Managing Director, Resource Media||Strategic Communications in an Era of Misinformation|
|4:00PM-4:50PM||Jennifer Wroblewski, NWABR and Matt Flannery, Friend||Conversation with a Thoughtful Skeptic|
|4:50PM-5:00PM||Evaluation and Close|
Ken Gordon, Executive Director and
Jennifer Wroblewski, Engagement Manager
|Welcome and Background|
Mark Slifka, PhD, Professor Oregon Health & Science University and President/CSO Tajit Technologies, Inc
Zach Knowling, Vice President Quinn Thomas
|Vaccine Hesitancy in the Time of COVID|
|9:40-10:30AM||Amanda Tandinata, MS, Federal Regulatory Affairs Coordinator, Swedish Cancer Institute||Comfort and Confidence in Giving Virtual Presentations|
|10:45AM-11:45||Tony North, BS, International Speaker, Talk Radio Co-Host and Human Resouces Manager||How Lived Experience Impacts Your Communication|
|11:45AM-12:30PM||Jennifer Wroblewkski, MPH, Engagement Manager, NWABR||Personal Messaging and Practice|