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Navigating the Newsroom: A Health Reporter and Public Health Communicators Share Their Best Practices

High-quality journalism is the most important and effective way for public health communicators to amplify their message to the public. But how do you successfully pitch local health reporters at a time when the public is shifting its focus away from Covid and on to other topics?

On March 23, we heard from both sides of the public health microphone to find out what works and what doesn’t for public health PR.

Our speakers included:

  • Gabrielle Emanuel, Senior Health and Science Reporter at WBUR
  • Nikki Wellander, Senior Public Affairs Coordinator, Media Lead at Jefferson County Public Health
  • Stacey DiLorenzo, Interim Vice President of Communications and Marketing at the George Washington University

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