Communications is a study field that deals with human communication processes which aim to share the meaningful information. Communication studies look into different contexts and examine how the information is interpreted. Researchers aim to explain human communication issues and usually focus on empirical methods as experimental design, surveys, focus groups, interviews and quasi-experimental design. The discipline also is based on sociology, psychology, biology, political sciences, economics, anthropology, public policy, mathematics, information science and etc. The study field is closely related to modern information sharing technologies such as radio, television, mass media, social-networks. Graduates can work in advertising, marketing, public relations, radio, television, writing, publishing, journalism, electronic journalism, PR or online media.
This module will address medicines risks communication and its place within the frame of communication on medicines.
Objectives: To gain insight in the process of decision-making on medicines by different stakeholders. Decision making on medicines informed by quantitative benefit-risk assessment and pharmacoeconomics may differ depending on the perspective of the decision maker and the phase of drug development. This module addresses the decision-making on medicines by different stakeholders.
Objectives; To analyse and discuss notable examples with special attention to the risk communication aspects. To analyse the role of media, internet, scientific journals, independent bulletin of information. To measure the effectiveness of risk communication as a minimisation strategy and consider ways of improving its effectiveness.
From delivering the most engaging speech in the limelight to brokering the best possible deal behind the scenes to inspiring your audience, you need to be able to do it all if you ever want to be president.
The Certificate in "Digital Media - Design & Production" enables you to acquire the skills needed in the expanding field of digital media.
In this program we will address the major issues concerning how digital networks (pc-based and mobile) and social media are changing marketing and corporate communication, and therefore brand relationships and reputation management.
This course aims to improve fluency, naturalness and accuracy of Russian language knowledge.
The program’s scheme has been designed to develop an understanding of finance, to extend existing knowledge whether from previous study or practical experience. All students study a common first module which is complemented then by specialization in one of two programs: “Foreign investments into the Russian Federation” or “Securities market in Russia”.
Data visualization and infographics are used as effective communication strategies across different fields inclusive of journalism, branding and marketing. Data visualization is a valuable communication strategy. It amplifies cognition and information impact by making information not only more understandable/accessible, but also graphic, social and interactive.
This innovative, challenging Munich Summer Curriculum (MSC) imparts the participants with knowledge from media technology, management, informatics, theory and communication sciences, and finishes with a four-week internship in a German media company.
Aston University is committed to providing high quality teaching and support for its students and this is reflected in its consistently excellent graduate employment rate.
It is becoming increasingly clear in our media-dominated world that corporate communications is a management function that can only be delegated to a limited extent. It is a top-level task to decide who should communicate what and whom with regard to both internal and external communications.