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On Tuesday, November 18, Evening Rounds was joined by the well-known (and fascinating!) Pamela Fayerman. Pamela has spent 19 years as the Health Issues reporter for the Vancouver Sun, and writes a popular MedicineMatters health blog about the people and events making health headlines. It was an evening full of tips and tricks on engagement and relationship-building – both with the public and media – in the age of social media. A great Q&A session followed, moderated by Dave Lefebvre, Senior Communications Specialist with Providence Health Care.
A big thank-you goes out to Pamela for her excellent thoughts and insights, to Dave for his considered (and well-prepared) moderation, and to the audience for all your thought-provoking questions.
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Pamela Fayerman, health reporter for the Vancouver Sun, shared cutting edge intel and tips on relationship building as well as engagement in the digital age.
We know embracing digital tools like social media is critical, not just for health/medical journalists, but also for health communicators and health professionals. But how can we rise above all the noise and use these tools to keep attention and gain audiences on health and science topics?
Join us on November 18 at Evening Rounds as Pamela Fayerman, health reporter for the Vancouver Sun, shares cutting edge intel and tips on relationship building as well as engagement in the digital age.
Pamela will present her thoughts, then it is up to you! She will open the floor and answer your questions about social media, health communications and reporting. Moderated by Dave Lefebvre, Senior Communications Specialist - Media Relations Providence Health Care, this highly interactive edition of Evening Rounds is sure to be popular. Sign up early to save your spot and avoid disappointment.
Pamela Fayerman has been the Vancouver Sun's Health Issues reporter for 19 years. She's been awarded numerous journalism awards and fellowships, including those from the New York Times Foundation, National Institutes of Health (U.S.A.), Association of Health Care Journalists, Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Canadian Medical Association, Knight Science Journalism, Jack Webster Foundation, Saskatchewan Press Club and Canadian Bar Association. She has a journalism degree from Ryerson University and has also completed courses at Queen's University Law School; Columbia University (neuroscience); Mount Sinai Medical Centre (issues in aging); M.I.T. (medical evidence and digital science journalism); and Dartmouth College (Medicine in the Media). She's a member of the Association of Health Care Journalists and the Canadian Science Writers Association. Pamela's MedicineMatters blog is the back story about people and events making health headlines.
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