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The Med & Mic™ 12.09.22

A Med & Mic™ Extra 12.09.22

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Hello, Doctor!

The media may approach you for an interview on a medical study.

Here is a question to ask yourself as you prepare to communicate information about the study:

Has the study been peer-reviewed?

Then ask yourself:

  • Is the study in a peer-reviewed journal? Has it undergone analysis by independent scientists?

  • If the study has not been peer reviewed, should people be made aware of the findings ahead of peer-review?

  • Will I distinguish between the study findings and the accompanying editorials? Are the opinions expressed in the editorials widely held or narrowly held?

In the next post in this series, I’ll go over some general guidelines about communicating the key facts of a study. Stay tuned!

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