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The ‘others’ and the public voice (2015)
Presentation / Conference
Wilkinson, C. (2015, July). The ‘others’ and the public voice. Paper presented at International Science in Public Conference, Bristol, UK

Public engagement brings new responsibilities to citizens that are involved to be ‘representative’. Yet at the same time it appears that many public participants may in fact work to conceptualise themselves as ‘unique’. When compared to ‘other people... Read More about The ‘others’ and the public voice.

Publishing from your thesis: Top tips (2015)
Presentation / Conference
Wilkinson, C. (2015, July). Publishing from your thesis: Top tips. Presented at PCST Doctoral Summer School, UWE, Bristol

Devised performance as a tool for public engagement in acute haematological cancers (2015)
Presentation / Conference
Mermikides, A., Van de Velde, A., Mermikides, M., Tanczos, A., & Weitkamp, E. (2015, January). Devised performance as a tool for public engagement in acute haematological cancers. Poster presented at 30th Meeting of the Belgian Haematological Society, Belgium

Introduction: Dramatic representations of cancer patients play an important role in engaging the public. However, mainstream formats such as Hollywood film, risk sentimentalising the subjective experience of the patient and ‘dumbing down’ the science... Read More about Devised performance as a tool for public engagement in acute haematological cancers.

How far should we go? Public relations, mediatisation of science and science communication (2015)
Presentation / Conference
Weitkamp, E. (2015, January). How far should we go? Public relations, mediatisation of science and science communication. Presented at Science Communication between Risk and (Un)Certainty, Jena, Germany

Scientists around the world are under increasing pressure to publicise their work. Whether it is funding bodies demanding ‘pathways to impact’ or institutions looking to showcase their wares, few scientists can now escape the pressure to engage with... Read More about How far should we go? Public relations, mediatisation of science and science communication.



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