Welcome back to The Business of Healthcare Podcast episode 180 where this week I am talking to Emma Wilkinson who is a Freelance Health Journalist, Editor and Teacher.
We had a great discussion regarding Emma’s journey to becoming a journalist, the impact of negative press and her journalistic values.
We originally connected through Twitter after Emma had written a post which I thought raised a really balanced argument about what is going on with reporting in General Practice so I sent her a message and now she is a guest on my podcast.
There is lots of detail to be taken from this weeks episode and it’s great to have a conversation with Emma discussing what is going on in the field of healthcare.
Also a great point we laughed about, do not be scared of journalists 🤣
How to connect with Emma
This week on The Business of Healthcare:
The journey to becoming a journalist
Impacts of Negative Press
How to find your sources
What Emma loves about Journalism
I’m Tara Humphrey and I’m the founder of THC Primary Care, a leading healthcare consultancy. I provide project and network management to Primary Care Networks and consulting support to clinical leads. To date, I’ve worked with 11 Training Hubs and 12 Primary Care Networks.
I have over 20 years of project management and business development experience across the private and public sector and have an MBA in Leadership and Management in Healthcare. I’m also published in the London Journal of Primary Care and the author of over 200 blogs.
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