Renowned journalist and news anchor Clive Myrie is to interview Chloe Brown, a project worker at Investing in Children (IiC) CiC live on stage at next week’s PharmaTimes Marketer & Communications Team of the Year Awards.
The interview will look at how Diabetes is managed in the UK and the impact it has on patients’ day-to-day lives. Central to the discussion will be how pharmaceutical marketers and communications specialists can be more effective in their approach and the importance of applying different methods of communication for patients at different ages and life stages, together with the families supporting them.
Chloe facilitates the Diabetes Project at IiC and has lived with Type 1 Diabetes for 16 years, having been diagnosed when 9 years old. “My journey with Diabetes has been mostly positive, influenced heavily by being involved and engaged with various Diabetes projects and support networks, with some bumps along the road,” she says.
Chloe’s aim and passion is to make every patient’s journey a positive one by working with children and young people to use their experiences to bring changes to the care that patients receive.
Organised by PharmaTimes Media and taking place at the London Marriott Hotel, Grosvenor Square on Thursday 9 November, the PharmaTimes Marketer & Communications Team of the Year Awards will be presented by two of the most recognisable faces in TV current affairs, Clive Myrie and Babita Sharma.
Every year, the PharmaTimes Marketer & Communications Team of the Year awards dinner attracts top level industry professionals. Representatives from major pharma companies gather to celebrate the next generation of pharma marketing and communication specialists, to network, and to entertain key clients. A limited number of tickets are still available, to find out more and to book, visit www.pharmatimes.com/marketer/attend