The media relations staff is here to help promote public recognition of the achievements of faculty, staff and students. We will work with you to identify newsworthy events and publications, determine the best way to release the story and draw on an extensive list of media contacts to distribute the information. We also serve media writers and editors by introducing them to expert resources and interesting story ideas. Our services include:
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The Meyers Primary Care Institute at UMass Medical School is one of 10 sites taking part in a $30 million, five-year intervention study to drastically reduce the number of falls in older adults funded by National Institutes of Health and the Patient Centered Outcomes Research Institute.Read more