The global pandemic of SARS-Cov-2 (COVID19) is presenting extremely challenging times for all those working to care for children with cancer and their families around the world. Many of you have had to change the way you provide care and contribute your staff and personal efforts towards other services in your hospitals. Every service is having to plan and re-plan as local situations are evolving rapidly.
Over the last three years, the SIOP Young Investigator Network has been constantly growing thanks to the hard work of Young Investigators, the SIOP board and many enthusiastic senior SIOP members who supported us on our way to establish a platform made by and for Young Investigators. I am writing these lines to encourage Young Investigators reading this to become active in our network and to take away the doubts about the work load the active membership brings with it.
Hi Everyone! I’m Vicky and today I’ve written a rough guide for anyone thinking of using Twitter.
LinkedIn, Instagram, Twitter, Facebook – the list of platforms by which we as young investigators can share our research continues to grow, but which one should you use? Much like learning to write scientifically and limit our natural tendency to waffle and digress, social media is also a unique vocation. Personally as a lab-based postdoctoral fellow, Twitter is by far my favourite medium for sharing my work and discussing issues more widely related to science, such as policy and politics.