DOCTOR, SHOW YOUR EXPERTISE
Be The Doctor Who Speaks and Shines
Enhance your reach and presence on camera and on microphone.
Win YOUR audience!
Hello, Doctor! Shine in your next media interview! If you've had media interviews go badly, if you don't know how to get started, or if you want more polish, read onward! Get my media tips and insights as a veteran physician-journalist for CBS Pittsburgh in 15 fun, easy-to-digest Q&A chapters. Part guidebook, part memoir. Read Scoop, MD to become the media's go-to medical expert! Be the reason someone understands today.
ARE YOU THE UNHEARD DOCTOR?
Does this sound like you?
You avoid media interviews because the questions are overwhleming, you don't want to say the wrong thing, or you've been burned by reporters before.
You offer a special service or therapy, but your ideal patients don't know about it, and they've never heard of you, your practice, or your department.
You've done a few media interviews, podcasts, or community presentations, but would like to do more and polish your delivery.
You're frustrated by the lack of solid, evidence-based communication on medical topics, and you wish more doctors would share their expertise and experience with the public.
"EVERYONE AT THE OFFICE HIGH-FIVED ME, THE CHAIRMAN SENT ME A 'WELL-DONE' EMAIL, AND MY LANDSCAPER TIPPED HIS HAT TO ME AND TOLD ME HOW MOVED HE WAS BY MY TV INTERVIEW."
DR. MARIA SIMBRA
The Author of Scoop, MD
and Your Coach, Consultant, and Principal
at Dr. Maria ON Speaking, LLC
If you find speaking on camera or on microphone more challenging than you would like, you aren't alone. In fact, 77% of people have some degree of anxiety about this!
I get it! It can be intimidating! But I can guide you.
With my background as a doctor with 15 years in patient care, and 19 years of experience as a medical reporter on CBS Pittsburgh, I can help you find your better words and better messages, so you can put your best self forward on camera, on microphone, and at the podium.
SPEAK WITH CONFIDENCE AND CLARITY
or remain unprepared, unheard, unpolished, and undervalued
Feel confident about presenting important medical information with skill and poise.
Attract the patients you can help.
Look your best.
Sound your best.
Position yourself as the expert with colleagues and the public.
OR YOU COULD...
Shy away from opportunities to promote yourself, your practice, and your specialty.
Leave the public dangerously uninformed about important health and medical information.
Face interviews and presentations unprepared, without a message, and get burned.
Use the wrong words, leaving the audience confused.
From a client after watching my free online media training: "Maria, I really enjoyed the video & especially liked the recommendations for flagging the key points. Can't wait for the course. Please let me know the next steps."
MORE GREAT FEELINGS!
“Success usually involves preparation
and thinking about the words I will use,
especially since TV spots are so brief.”
“A lot of my patients enjoy
seeing me on TV.
They’ll say during their visit
that they finally understand something
because of the way
I explained it on the news.”