Media guides

Media interview

The CHUM Research Centre encourages its researchers to speak to the media.  

Well-articulated stories about scientific discoveries and advances help to democratize science, demystify beliefs and set the record straight. They also remind policy makers and the public of the importance of research and its impact on our lives. 

Representing the CRCHUM to the media is an important responsibility. If you are looking for ways to prepare for an interview and deliver your messages effectively, check out this guide with tips on working with the media.  

Guide for scientists

Contribute to the Conversation Canada

We encourage you to participate in The Conversation Canada and submit articles for the general public to this independent online news and analysis media that publishes articles written by researchers and academics that are accessible for the layperson. 

To date, its free content is distributed across 22,000 news sites internationally and reaches a global audience of 42 million readers every month.  

Need help? 

Our team of media relations and science communication experts can help you define and articulate your article ideas. 

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