Medical Journalism: Exposing Fact, Fiction, Fraud

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Wiley, Oct 16, 2001 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 212 pages
Reporting developments in health and medicine is a rapidly growing genre in journalism. Based on research, interviews, and the experience of seasoned medical and health writers, Medical Journalism provides the tools critical to reporting this type of news accurately. Unique features include information on pitfalls, stakeholders and their vested interests, telling facts from fiction, asking better questions and seeking betters sources, and on-line resources. Each chapter lists objectives that help the reader formulate solutions and answers. Journalism students and practitioners as well as many professionals in medicine related occupations can not afford to be without this resource.

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