“Media Training for Researchers” will help IWK and NSHA researchers and research staff to understand the media and become better spokespeople for their own research. Registrants should plan to attend both sessions in this two-part introductory series. Sessions are hosted by Research Development, IWK Health Centre and NSHA, and are open to all IWK and NSHA researchers and research staff. Location: RMU Room 114, Centre for Clinical Research, 5790 University Ave, Halifax. NS
This classroom session will focus on the benefits of media relations; what works in media interviews, and how to prepare yourself. It will help NSHA and IWK researchers and research staff to understand the media and become better spokespeople for their own research.
Upon registration, each participant may book one 15-minute session focused on building comfort levels through role-play and a short on-camera interview at a later date. This session will be facilitated by a Communications coach from your institution on April 15 (IWK) or April 18 (NSHA).
To Register Contact Research Development, NSHA and IWK: Elaine.Strohm@nshealth.ca or call 902.473.7564Share
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