3 Experts Ready to Connect with Journalists for Their Next Story
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1. Surgical Technology
Who: Alejandro Gandsas, Surgeon and surgery residency program director, Luminis Health Anne Arundel Medical Center
What they can discuss: Mr. Gandsas can talk with reporters about a new virtual reality system being used as a teaching tool at Luminis Health Anne Arundel Medical Center in Annapolis, Maryland.
“Virtual reality offers surgical residents a 360-degree, real-time view of the surgery, with the view of the laparoscope superimposed in front of the video, without actually having to be in the operating room.”
Media contact: Justin McLeod, email@example.com
2. Patient/Provider Relationships in Healthcare
Who: Dr. Eshan Natour, Heart Surgeon, Stilgezet
What they can discuss: Dr. Natour is passionate about improving the relationship between healthcare professionals and their patients. He can speak to overall wellness and the benefits of sustainable change in the healthcare system. He is an expert on crisis recovery and what to expect when adapting to a new normal. He can speak on a variety of healthcare-related topics, including surgery, clinical trials, emergency medicine, and medical devices.
Media contact: Sherrie Wilkolaski, firstname.lastname@example.org
3. Supply Chain Resiliency
Who: Daniel Swan, Senior Partner, McKinsey & Company
What they can discuss: Daniel Swan is ready to talk to journalists about how global supply chains should be reengineered to afford sustainability and strength. Should railway systems and trucking be more regulated? How can retailers and middlemen who have abused pitfalls to raise prices be held accountable? And as the holiday season approaches, Mr. Swan can discuss how global retailers are bracing for a busy shipping season and working to untangle the knots from last year to bring things back under control.
Media contact: Jodi Einhorn, email@example.com
Here are a few job listings for staff and freelance writers, editors, and producers.
- Investigations Writer – Barron’s (Dow Jones, NY): “Barron’s is seeking an investigative reporter who can produce ground-breaking stories that hold accountable executives, industry officials, regulators and others in the business world.”
- U.S. Aerospace Correspondent (Reuters, DC/Seattle): “Reuters is looking for a reporter to take on the role of U.S. Aerospace Correspondent with a focus on Boeing, its suppliers, customers and rivals.”
- Mid-U.S. Bureau Chief (Wall Street Journal, IL): “This job is at the heart of our national news coverage, and involves managing a team of veteran regional correspondents from Chicago to Houston.”
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The content in this post was originally published in ProfNet Expert Alerts for August 5, 2022.