In the age of misinformation, researchers have both the privilege and the responsibility to see their work communicated effectively.

From collaborating with researchers outisde our own fields to create new breakthroughs, to working with world leaders and policy makers to ensure those decisions being made on our behalf are being made with the best information available.  From talking with nurses and physicans and world health leaders, to engaging with educators and students to ensure the next generation of researchers has a solid platform to build on. 

Science cannot exist in a bubble.  In order to enact real change it needs to be shared. 

To be shared with other researchers, with leaders, with policy makers, with educators, and with the world at large.

'Science is not finished until it's communicated'
Sir Mark Walport
Chief Scientific Advisor to the UK government

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