Researchers’ Guide to Hitting the Headlines (NHS Choices)

Summary

The NHS Choices Behind the Headlines critical appraisal team have produced a lighthearted analysis, for the Christmas season, of some of the common pitfalls to which journalists, press officers and researchers may be prone.

Read more: Researchers: your guide to hitting the headlines. NHS Choices.

Reference

Researchers: your guide to hitting the headlines. London: NHS Choices; Behind the Headlines, December 27th 2013.

Festive season “repeats”:

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Reference

Researchers: your guide to hitting the headlines. London: NHS Choices; Behind the Headlines, December 22nd 2014.

The “flip-side” of the equation, concerning some basic critical appraisal questions for people reading research papers as covered in the press / media:

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Reference

White, A. (2014). How to read health news. London: NHS Choices; Behind the Headlines, December 23rd 2014.

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