We teach you how to speak effectively to live audiences and to the news media. Whether you are giving a presentation or holding a press conference during a crisis, we help you look your best, create memorable stories and sound bites and deliver winning messages.

Media Training for Physicians

Are you looking for media training for physicians?

At Media Training Worldwide we train physicians around the globe on how to communicate more effectively through the news media. Specifically, we teach the following:

1. How to look confident, comfortable and authoritative in front of a TV or video camera.

2. How to take a complex medical issue and boil it down to a simple and understandable media message that can be delivered in 30 seconds.

3. How to answer questions in a media interview (it is not like answering questions from patients, colleagues or students).

4. How to package message points with sound bites so that you know exactly what quotes get into the final stories.

Everything we do in our media training for physicians program is gearing toward this bottom line: helping the physician get the exact quote he/she demined in advance into the final story.

We media train physicians through one-on-one and small group workshops featuring numerous on-camera recorded mock interviews. We also train physicians through live Skype video training and through our online course specifically for physicians.

Our lead trainer, TJ Walker, has trained hundreds of physicians across the globe for more than three decades. He has conducted training for the American Medical Association and numerous major hospital chains and healthcare providers throughout the United States. His clients have appeared on health-related topics on ABC's Good Morning America and most other major news networks.

If you would like to discuss the media training needs of your physicians, please call TJ Walker today at 212-764-4955.

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