Read: How to talk to the media about science
16 October 2020
Public Engagement - training
The Royal Society of Chemistry's Chemistry World provides a short article highlighting some of the key ways to hone your communications with the media.
The article lists the five key ways of working with the media, including tips from scientists.
Whether it's in the preparation, throwing out jargon, not forgetting the human angle or respecting media ethics - plus one more incredibly important tip... grab yourself a cuppa and have a read.
Does this chime with your experiences? What would your top tips be? Does this help you feel more confident about starting to engage with the media?
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