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DIAJudy gave a talk on Presentation skills in English for Job Interview on 8th March 2010

Judy was a speaker at the 2010 DIA European Annual meeting in Monaco in the Student and Young Professional Session titled “How to Present and sell your skills”.

The Drug Information Association’s 22nd Annual DIA EuroMeeting in Monaco was under the chairmanship of Prof. Bruno Flamion, Clinical Pharmacology, University of Namur, Belgium, Chair CHMP, Scientific Advice Working Party, EMEA and Kerstin FranzĂ©n, Senior Director Worldwide Regulatory Policy and Intelligence, Pfizer AB, Sweden.

Judy, who spoke on “Presentation Skills in English for Job Interview”, regularly gives talks at conferences, symposiums and meetings and runs training courses and seminars worldwide for Pharmaceutical Sales, Marketing and Medical Managers on Public speaking and a wide range of other areas including Assertiveness, Team building, Transactional Analysis, Emotional Intelligence, and Non-verbal Communication skills. She has run courses for most of the major pharma companies including Pfizer, Glaxo Smith Kline, sanofi-aventis, AstraZeneca, Gilead, Galderma, Merck-Theramex to name but a few.
Highly experienced in the pharmaceutical industry, Judy has also coached groups of doctors and specialist consultants all over France in improved Doctor-Patient relations.

Judy-gave-a-talk-on-Presentation-skillsCommenting on the conference Judy said: “This was a very well organized and highly professional conference. The overall quality of the sessions was excellent. We received very positive feedback on our special session which paid tribute to the amount of work that we had put into making sure the three presentations were seamless with no repetition or overlap. The audience was very enthusiastic and discussion continued on the topic over the three days of the conference. I met an abundance of interesting people and attended some very informative sessions myself. The Pharma/Healthcare world is changing and we need to adapt and move with those changes. It is important for me to know what is going on in the industry so that I can better serve my clients.”

The DIA Annual Euro Meeting is global in scope, attracting well over 3,000 professionals from over 50 countries. It brings together professionals from the biopharmaceutical industry, contract service organisations, academic research centres, regulatory agencies and health ministries. This convergence affords attendees the opportunity to network with professional colleagues from around the world.

The DIA is a professional association of approximately 18,000 members worldwide who are involved in the discovery, development, regulation, surveillance or marketing of pharmaceuticals or related products. They are committed to the broad dissemination of information on the development of new medicines or generics and biosimilars, with continuously improved professional practice as the goal. For more information see: www.DIAHOME.ORG

From Euromeeting Manager, Dermot Ryan

Dear Judy
 
The DIA would like to express the thanks of the 2010 EuroMeeting Programme Committee, the Advisory Council for Europe and the DIA Board of Directors and for your contribution to the 22nd Annual EuroMeeting.
 
We appreciate the time that you have taken to help make this conference such a success year after year. The DIA depends on the involvement of experts such as you in order to bring quality workshops, meetings and training courses.
 
The feedback from the attendees was very positive, which is a great compliment to the Programme Committee and the volunteers who supported them.
 
We would like to thank you once again and look forward to working together with you on a DIA programme in the near future.
 
 
With kind regards
 
Dermot Ryan
 
EuroMeeting Manager
DIA Europe