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SWHR Expert Resource

Are you a scientist, medical researcher, or medical professional in the field of women’s health research and sex differences?

Consider becoming an SWHR Expert Resource!

Be an SWHR Expert Resource who we can rely on to ensure accurate reporting on women’s health issues
Support the Society for Women’s Health Research (SWHR) in building trusted relationships with reporters and help to ensure evidence-based coverage of women’s health issues in the news.

How do I benefit from becoming an SWHR Expert Resource?
By becoming an expert resource for news and women’s health-related articles, you help improve patient care and access to the latest findings in women’s health research. While providing useful information to media and other outlets, you also receive recognition for your expertise in the field.

What are my commitments as an SWHR Expert Resource?
As an SWHR Expert Resource, you agree to be a reliable source in your specified field who SWHR can count on to respond appropriately and in a timely manner to given media requests. If you cannot meet our deadline, you agree to make SWHR staff aware as soon as possible. We know your schedule sometimes does not allow for interviews with reporters. At the same time, we appreciate your commitment to working with us to meet reporters’ deadlines, which could range from a few hours to a few days of the initial request.

SWHR members have been quoted in most of the major national media outlets such as The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, Science Magazine, Newsweek, National Public Radio, ABC News, Associated Press, Woman’s Day, Self, Marie Claire and numerous other magazines, trade press, and health blogs. Letters to the Editor written with and submitted on behalf of SWHR have been published in many of the same print and on-line publications as well.

If I don’t want to interact with the media, how else can I participate?
If you are not comfortable liaising with the media, consider presenting at SWHR-sponsored meetings, conferences, and briefings to share your expertise with fellow colleagues and the public.

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