Healthcare Journalism in the Age of Twitter

 

André Picard and Rachel Browne

Hear directly from healthcare journalists on how to effectively work with the media to ensure coverage of your health policy issues in the age of social media and fake news.

 

 

Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Li Ka Shing, 209 Victoria St, Toronto, ON, Canada

 

Sponsors:

Cerner, CFHI-FCASS, Lough Barnes Consulting and St. Michaels Hospital

 

Video Runtime: 57:55

 

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