Evidence-based journalism

Habibzadeh, Farrokh
April 2011
Croatian Medical Journal;Apr2011, Vol. 52 Issue 2, p212
Academic Journal
An essay is presented on the application of evidence-based journalism to biomedical journalism. It notes that evidence-based journalism evaluates current evidence and determines whether the best available evidence obtained is applicable to biomedical journalism. It notes that the extension of evidence-based practice's concepts to the field of journalism is a shift from eminence-based to evidence-based journalism.


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