MEDIA ENGAGEMENT

Dr Steiner has received media coverage on ABC Radio, prime time television on Sydney Channel 9 evening news, which was viewed by 259,000 people, a live national television interview on the Channel 9 Today Show that was viewed by 225,000 people Australia-wide.  In print, her work has been covered by 4 regional newspapers (that together reach a monthly audience of approximately 1,135,000), and 2 published interviews in national consumer lifestyle media Prevention Magazine.  She also engages in online communication through her personal website (> 6,200 page views), Twitter (> 1,160 tweets and nearly 1,000 followers), and LinkedIn accounts (688 connections, 702 followers, and 2 published articles that had > 500 reads).


Sep, 2018            ABC Radio: “Diet and Dementia”

Description: An interview with Amanda Smith on the ABC Radio National program Life Matters on dietary requirements and optimising nutritional intake for people with dementia.

 

Sep, 2018            ABC Radio: “Food, Ageing and the Future

Description: An interview with Rebecca Huntley on the link between diet and healthy brain ageing as part of the Future Tense program on ABC Radio National.  The interview was also cross-promoted on ABC News Radio across multiple states (ABC Illawarra, Gippsland, South East SA, West Coast SA, Western Queensland, North West Queensland) and affiliate stations (CBC Radio One), and was covered online on ABC Online and F3News.

 

Aug, 2018           ABC Radio: “Young Tall Poppy Science Award Winner

Description: An interview with ABC’s Simon Marnie that was broadcast on ABC Radio 702 and ABC Central Coast about my research and the impact of winning a Young Tall Poppy Science Award.

 

Aug, 2018           Media Release, Western Sydney University: “Two WSU researchers awarded prestigious Young Tall Poppy Science Awards

Description: A media release from Western Sydney University featuring an interview on winning a Young Tall Poppy Science Award.

 

Apr, 2018            Channel 9, The Today Show: “Alzheimer’s Hope

Description: Live national television media coverage on Channel 9’s weekend Today Show talking about a clinical trial that I am leading for people at risk of dementia.  Viewed by 225,000 people in Australia.

 

Nov, 2017           Campbelltown-Macarthur Advertiser: “Dementia forums prove invaluable

Description: Published interview in the Campbelltown-Macarthur Advertiser (monthly readership of approximately 110,000) on the outcomes from community forums I organised and ran as part of a research project to design a new memory clinic.

 

Jun, 2017             Channel 9 News, Sydney: “A new Memory Clinic to revolutionise dementia care in South Western Sydney”

Description: Prime time television media coverage on Channel 9 afternoon and evening news bulletins on a research project I am leading to establish a region-first multidisciplinary memory clinic in Western Sydney.  Viewed by 259,000 people in Sydney.

 

Jun, 2017             Media Release, Western Sydney University: “Memory Clinic proposed to combat dementia epidemic

Description: A media release from Western Sydney University featuring an interview with Dr Genevieve Steiner on the plans to open a multidisciplinary memory clinic in South Western Sydney.

 

Mar, 2017            St George and Sutherland Shire Leader: “Walk to help remember people with dementia

Description: Published interview in the St George and Sutherland Shire Leader (monthly readership of approximately 375,000) on my experiences caring for someone with dementia and plans to participate in the Dementia Australia Memory Walk & Jog.

 

Sep, 2016            Prevention Magazine: “Delicious Simple Diets that Boost Your Brain”

Description: An interview published in the November issue of Prevention Magazine on the benefits of diet for boosting brain health.  Prevention Magazine has a circulation of approximately 50,083 and a readership of 122,000.

 

Dec, 2015            Prevention Magazine: “Boost Your Brain Naturally”

Description: A published interview in Prevention Magazine on natural products for brain health.  Prevention Magazine has a circulation of approximately 50,083 and a readership of 122,000.