Media-experienced scientists, news journalists, science correspondents and press officers give presentations about the realities of the news media, all with an eye to science in the headlines
At this half-day event you will hear from media-experienced scientists, news journalists, science correspondents and press officers about the realities of the news media. You will get a tour of some of the key issues, hearing about topics including:
- How and why scientists and journalists should engage with each other
- Top tips for dealing with the media
- How journalists find stories
- The role of the press office
- The role of the news editor
Who is this event for?
We welcome scientists, social scientists, engineers and clinicians from any discipline and at any stage of their career in academia or industry (excluding those at undergraduate level), who have little or no media experience but would like to find out more.
Cost and registration
This event is free of charge but registration is essential. If you'd like to attend, please send your full name, job title, institution, institutional email address and phone number to firstname.lastname@example.org