The Neuromuscular Disease Network for Canada

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NMD4C Hire New Communications Coordinator

New Communications Coordinator

The NMD4C are pleased to announce the hiring of their new communications coordinator, James Davis.

James holds a Masters degree in Human Kinetics, and holds previous network creation experience. Through his efforts to help build a national Sport Safety framework, James has a skillset well-suited to the role. He also has research experience from his time at Cochrane. While there he worked on systematic reviews of literature to aid in health policy development.

Communications Coordinator Role

As one of two dedicated NMD4C staff members, James writes and coordinates all network communications. This includes news updates, monthly newsletter,  website, and social media (TwitterFacebook, and LinkedIn). He also manages membership and will liaise with the many people and sites involved in the network.

 

Contact James

If you are looking for more information, check out James’ bio! Here you can find his contact information. If you have any communications-related inquiries, please send James a message!

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