Join us for a Q&A session with the founder of Life Changing Events on 6 December to find out more.
In partnership with Life Changing Events, we are inviting staff and students to help shape and run one of the largest cancer survivorship events of 2017 – Thrivership UK Convention.
As part of the Festival of Learning, Bournemouth University will bring together leading organisations representing cancer related charities and survivorship projects, sport and physical activity, NHS and local governments to share best practice, research and innovative ideas to improve the services, experience and outcomes for people living with a cancer diagnosis. This event will also host a health and wellbeing clinic for 200 people living with cancer.
In order to make this event a success, Life Changing Events needs support with:
- Event development, management, marketing and administration
- Branding and marketing materials design
- Website development
- Social media development and promotion
- Media capture of event (film/photography)
- Interviewing participants in the event
- Event impact evaluation
- Literature review around improving cancer survivorship
- Event day support/management
We would like to make these opportunities available to staff and students. This is a great opportunity for BU students to gain real-world project experience, enhance their CVs and contribute to people’s potential to live active and happy lives with and beyond cancer.
Interested in taking part?
Then join us for a Q&A session with the founder of Life Changing Events, Layne Hamerston, on 6 December at 11:00am in the Lawrence Lecture Theatre, Talbot Campus.
Please register to attend by Friday 2 December.
Refreshments will be provided.