The EANM Young Daily Forum is the ideal platform for all young talents attending the EANM congress – and those young at heart! It consists of a 3 sessions open to all participants, particularly those who are at the beginning of their career.
Each 1.5 hours’ time slot will focus on a different topic, 2 of them will be moderated in an interactive way by the professional facilitator Roy Sheppard. Participants will not only benefit from Roy’s vast experience as moderator and speaker, but will also have the opportunity to get to know new people in a relaxed atmosphere. Participation is free for everyone registered to the EANM Annual Congress.
Monday, October 26, 12:20 – 13:50
Simply the Best – Presentation Skills for Medical Professionals
Standing up in front of any audience fills most people with fear and anxiety. That’s quite normal. However, an ability to clearly present your ideas and research is possibly the single biggest non-medical skill you can develop to further your career.
Roy has coached tens of thousands of medical professionals to give face-to-face and online presentations that are highly effective, impactful and engaging. He will explain every stage of presentation planning and structure. And, based on his 40 years’ presenting experience, will share priceless tips on how to deliver more relevant and engaging talks that help all your audiences become better informed about your important work.
Tuesday, October 27, 12:20 – 13:50
I will survive – Managing Work Stress and Building Your Resilience
How is your mental health? Hundreds of millions of people around the world are suffering. The pressures within the medical world are intense. And the pressure keeps intensifying. How do you currently cope with work and life stress? In this session, Roy will share tried and tested ways you can improve your resilience and your inner strength to help you cope, and even to thrive, during these particularly challenging times. This session is broken down into many short easy-to-digest videos and is practical, thought-provoking and inspiring.
Wednesday, October 28, 12:20 – 13:50
Nothing else matters – Get your paper published in a top journal
Publish or perish – this is a question of do or die. But how do you get your work published? How do you find the most suitable journal? How much resilience is needed? And is it really worth it?
In this highly interactive session, we will lift the lid on the secret and mysterious world of journals. Highly experienced editors-in-chief (Arturo Chiti from the EJNMMI and Johannes Czernin from the JNM) will explain how they evaluate submitted work, how they have experienced the ups and downs of submitting papers and how they see the future of their journals. They will also share examples of the best and worst practices they have encountered in their role as editors. They will be joined by former editor-in-chief and world-renowned nuclear medicine expert Ignasi Carriò from Spain.
Ken Herrmann from Germany will serve as moderator and together they will explore more factors which researchers need to understand in order to increase the chances of publishing success.
Participants are also invited to shape the session by submitting their related questions online. This will be a unique opportunity to get your burning questions answered by high-level experts.
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