Public Engagement resources
Guidance and templates to help you plan and deliver effective engagement with endocrinology
Society for Endocrinology guides
Written by members and the Society's communications team to give you practical advice for your public engagement activities
Working with the media
Our Media Ambassadors are members who handle media enquiries that come to the Society for Endocrinology. Find out more about how they contribute to improve science and health media reporting in our Media Ambassador guide.
Article published for The Endocrinologist shares advice from our Media Ambassadors for working with journalists to get your points across effectively.
Watch on Youtube, ‘Working with the Media’ presentations from SfE BES 2017:
- Science Vs the media, Jane Dreaper
- To engage or not to engage, Giles Yeo
- How to react to the media, Helen Simpson
Presenting science on TV
Society member Giles Yeo talks about his experience broadcasting, published in The Endocrinologist.
Running a science stand
From tailoring your language without underestimating your audience, to not being scared to say 'I don't know', this guide with help you get the most of out of volunteering at a public engagement event. Published in the Autumn 2016 issue of The Endocrinologist.
You and Your Hormones activity resources
Free, tried-and-tested resources to support the teaching of hormones:
Other recommended guides
- National Co-ordinating Centre for Public Engagement (NCCPE) resources for engaging the public.
- NHS Language Matters, guide to the language used by healthcare professionals.
- Guide to media work, Science Media Centre.
- The Art of Relevance by Nina Simon, FREE online book about making your content relevant to different communities.
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