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The Med & Mic™ 04.26.22 A Med & Mic™ EXTRA!

>> Do You Use These Five Words?


The Med & Mic™ 04.26.22 A Med & Mic™ EXTRA!

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MED NEWS blog post from Dr. Maria ON Speaking, LLC

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Findings Better Words


Take a walk down memory lane with me. You’re back in first year med school and the professor is using a word you don’t know. (“Syncope,” the fancy way of saying “fainting” or “passing out,” was the word for me in med school.) The professor keeps using the word, as if everyone must surely know it. You scribble a note to yourself to look it up later. While you do that, you miss some important points the professor is making, and now you’re even more confused than ever.


This is how we healthcare professionals can come across to the world. We don’t mean to. We are simply using the language that is comfortable and automatic. But as a result, patients, viewers, and the audiences we’re trying to reach can feel left behind.


Using better words takes practice. In fact, there’s a whole unit on this topic in my media skills and presentation courses. To get you started thinking about this, here are FIVE words you should stop using in media interviews and in presentations.



If you would like to know the five words – get my free guide “5 Words Doctors Should Stop Using.” Click here. https://www.drmariaonspeaking.com/contact-1





Would you or someone in your healthcare organization be ready to speak to the media about today’s topics featured in The Med & Mic™ blog post? Be prepared! Check out my media skills courses and coaching for MDs, DOs, ODs, DDSs, and PharmDs at Dr. Maria ON Speaking, LLC.


Remember: this post is for informational purposes only and may not be the best fit for you and your personal situation. It shall not be construed as medical advice. The information and education provided here is not intended or implied to supplement or replace professional medical treatment, advice, and/or diagnosis, or the advice of your own physician. Always check with your own physician or medical professional before trying or implementing any information read here.


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