I feel very strongly that physicians and scientists have an obligation to share knowledge not only among our peers in journals and at conferences, but also with the public as an extension of the teaching we do for trainees and patients.
Media Training and Experience
|10/14-12/15||Volunteer on-air reader, Alabama Radio Reading Service
WBHM 90.3 FM, NPR News Station, Birmingham, AL
|10/14||Webinar speaker: “The Promise and Perils of Post-Prison Health Care”
Center on Media, Crime and Justice Fellows, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York, NY
Participated in discussion regarding the work of the Transitions Clinic Network (TCN) featuring the TCN founder, a formerly incarcerated community health worker, and formerly incarcerated patient.
|09/14||Marie Prater’s “A Voice Over Class” (Class #59)
Boutwell Recording Studios, Birmingham, AL
6 Biweekly in-studio small group sessions with former casting director and internationally acclaimed voice-over actor
|10/13||Invited panelist: “Health Behind Bars: What Obamacare Means for Courts, Prisons, Jails, and Justice-involved Communities (And How to Report the Story)”
John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York, NY
Twenty journalists who report on health care and criminal justice better and were selected from a nationwide pool of applicants. The goal of the symposium was to help journalists understand the impact of the complex Affordable Care Act on both prison- and jail-based health care and on health services for the record numbers of individuals who are being released from prisons and who are overwhelmingly uninsured.
|10/07||Intern, Health and Medical News Unit
Cable News Network (CNN), Atlanta, GA
Dr. Redmond in Print
Learn a little more about me and my thoughts about career development for minorities and women in medicine and my research in health disparities featured in the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) Office of Diversity and Inclusion Profile.
A nice article about me and my research with the Transitions Clinic Network was featured in my alma mater’s alumni magazine (Wofford Today, Spring 2013 (p. 24))
Dr. Redmond on the Air
While a resident at Emory, I had the opportunity to spend some time with the CNN Medical News Unit and learned a lot about how journalists approach health and science news. I even ended up in front of the camera for a “Health Minute” on probiotics!