3 edition of Medical journalism found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Craig D. Burrell.|
|Contributions||Burrell, Craig D.|
|LC Classifications||PN4784.M4 M4 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 250 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||250|
|LC Control Number||86060059|
Tom Linden seemed to be on a fast track to a successful career in was the editor-in-chief of his high school newspaper in Southern California. As a college student at Yale University, Linden got his reporter's legs at the Yale Daily News and covered the New Haven Black Panther trials for the Los Angeles Times. When he graduated in , he won a . Medical communication positions in writing and editing vary greatly across industries, companies, organizations, and other entities. In addition to the title of medical writer, medical communicators may be known as scientific writers, technical writers, regulatory writers, promotional writers, health care marketers, health care journalists, or communication specialists.
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Journalism as applied to science and medicine. Medical Journalism: Exposing Fact, Fiction, and Fraud provides comprehensive guidance to this specialized segment of the journalism field.
From journalism fundamentals to niche topics such as separating science fact from science fiction, this book provides in-depth insight while applying the industry's rigorous standards to a specialty 4/5(2). It is difficult to say how journalism of this kind would affect the quality of medical coverage generally, or whether it could be sustained in the current media market.
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(shelved 1 time as medical-journalism) avg rating —ratings — published Want to Read saving. Medical journalism, a subspecialty of medical writing, is important because it helps connect the scientific community with the general public.
Newspapers and magazines like the Los Angeles Times and Scientific American are well-known for publishing public. Medical Journalism. Newspaper & magazine articles. These are mostly for general public and lay people and need to be written in simple, non-technical language.
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Tim Albert is widely recognized as the leading trainer in medical journalism and those who follow his step-by-step advice could quickly see their name in. Today's journalists need a wide range of knowledge, technical skills, and digital savvy.
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Health is one of journalism’s most complex and important reporting beats. This course is designed to acquaint medical students with all venues of health reporting, including print, television, internet, and radio. The ethical dimensions inherent in health care reporting will be discussed.
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Journalism as applied to science and medicine Medical Journalism: Exposing Fact, Fiction, and Fraud provides comprehensive guidance to this specialized segment of the journalism field. From journalism fundamentals to niche topics such as separating science fact from science fiction, this book provides in-depth insight while applying the industrys rigorous standards to a specialty.
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Challenges for Medical Journalism This issue’s “Current Insights in Oncology” is excerpted from the ASCO Educational Book, an NLM-indexed collection of articles written by ASCO Annual Meeting faculty and invited leaders from ASCO’s meetings.Biography.
Berton Roueché was born in Chicago on Apto Clarence Berton Roueché Sr., a tailor, and Nana Maria Mossman His paternal great-grandparents emigrated from France.
He graduated from Southwest High School in Kansas City in and is a member of the Southwest High School Hall of Fame. He received an undergraduate journalism degree at the Born: ApKansas City, Missouri.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Albert, Tim. Medical journalism. Oxford ; New York: Radcliffe Medical Press, © (OCoLC) Document Type.