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  • kezia_jauron
    Are you training them to be on the offensive, so to speak, not just the defensive? If so, one goal might be helping them explain their research or results to a
    Message 1 of 9 , May 30, 2013
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      Are you training them to be on the offensive, so to speak, not just the defensive? If so, one goal might be helping them explain their research or results to a lay audience and mainstream journalists.



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      > I have been asked to provide media training for researchers attached to a medical school. I always customize our training with working scenarios that are as realistic as possible, relevant to what the group does. In other words a situation they could potentially face tomorrow. I need help with this one. Does anyone have any ideas for scenarios. I already thought of the low hanging fruit - PETA related, but beyond that I'm kind of at a loss. Realize this is Canada so we don't have the same health/hospital issues as exist in the US, but I expect there are some that are similar, I just can't bring any to mind that relate specifically to researchers. Anyone?
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