Your ACG 2016 Abstract: Five Quick Tips for Maximizing Your Media Potential

Know your story – Put your research in perspective. How do your findings advance or start a trend, impact the status quo, or shake up or fit into the big picture, for instance? “Mom-ify” your data – If you can’t explain your ...

ACG Supports Colorectal Cancer Survivors on Capitol Hill

Dr. Jordan Karlitz, Chair ACG PR Committee This week, I was honored to be an invited speaker at an advocacy day on Capitol Hill organized by the non-profit group, Fight Colorectal Cancer.  Their “Call on Congress” brings colorectal ...

Social Media 101: Who’s Who in GI on Twitter

Physicians Active on Twitter Compiled by Dr. Austin Chiang and Dr. Allison Yang Some physicians are engaging actively via Twitter.  As members of the ACG Public Relations Committee we took on the challenge of compiling a dynamic list of “Who’s ...

ACG 2015, Your Abstract and the Media: What You Need to Know

Jordan K. Karlitz, MD, FACG Evolution of Media Coverage during the ACG Annual Scientific Meeting Long gone are the days when media coverage at the ACG meeting consisted of reporters visiting the ACG press room with pen and pad in hand to interview ...