Media Training For Doctors

Part 6: How to Work With the Media | APA

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Health and medical research is one of the most widely reported sources of news in the United States.

At some point in your career, a reporter likely will call for an interview or invite you to appear on a television or radio program.

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This is an important opportunity for you to let the public know more about your specialty area, latest research finding, or an issue of particular concern to you as a psychologist. You want to accurately represent your area of expertise to the public.

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Where do you begin?

Last updated: June 2020Date created: January 2004SOURCE: https://www.apa.org/pubs/authors/working-with-media

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