What medical journalists want (and don’t want): PR Best Practice

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**New Webinar Shared Experience – Participate From Your Desk**

This is part of a new series of HCA Webinar Shared Experience events which will complement our existing face-to-face meetings programme.

To coincide with the launch of the Medical Journalists’ Association’s 2020 PR Campaign Award, Jane Symons from the MJA shares the inside track about ‘What medical journalists want (and don’t want)’ when being approached with PR stories.  This webinar will include an exclusive insight into the results of a new survey of medical journalists asking them this very question.  The truth will be out there and for anybody involved in working with journalists this is surely a must attend event.
About the presenter:
Jane Symons: Vice Chair Medical Journalists’ Association
Jane Symons is a prolific freelance health writer and media consultant whose credits range from The Sun to the World Health Organisation. She is a regular contributor to the Daily Express and Mirror, edited the health pages of The Sun for five years and was health editor of Woman’s Own for two. She has also written for a broad range of national titles including The Times, Telegraph, Daily Mail, Sunday Express, Women’s Health and Woman and Home. In addition to journalism, Jane writes content for  pharmaceutical and healthcare companies, has edited reports for charities and provides media strategy and training. Jane has written several pregnancy books including How to Have a Baby and Still Live in the Real World, which have been published  in the UK, USA, Europe and Russia.

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What medical journalists want (and don’t want): PR Best Practice


Wed 15 Jan 2020

9:00 AM - 10:00 AM GMT
(10:00 AM - 11:00 AM CET)