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Doctoring the Media the Reporting of Health and Medicine
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1 Karpf, A, () Doctoring the Media: The reporting of health and medicine, London, Routledge pp 2 Peatling, S., “Yes, but abortion pill fight isn't over” in Sydney Morning Herald, 10 February, Ethical Journalism is all about “reporting” and not about “selective reporting” or “garbage reporting”. Let me quote a few cases: Look AHEAD study on Type 2 diabetics: This was one of the largest federally funded study designed to be for a period of 13 years. The “pre-decided” conclusion was that Eat Less Move More (the junk.
In the course of the twentieth century, audio-visual media have become the means of communicating ideas and information about health and medicine to a mass audience. However, health and medical Author: Virginia Berridge. Geisinger Health Plan may refer collectively to Geisinger Health Plan, Geisinger Quality Options Inc., and Geisinger Indemnity Insurance Company, unless otherwise noted. Geisinger Gold Medicare Advantage HMO, PPO, and HMO SNP plans are offered by Geisinger Health Plan/Geisinger Indemnity Insurance Company, health plans with a Medicare contract/5(38).
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Bibliography Bibliography: p. Summary An entertaining and very illuminating look at the interaction between the media and the medical profession, covering everything from the radio doctors of the s to the ethical and political issues behind the media's coverage of AIDS.
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InSARS and bioterrorism killed less than a dozen people, yet generated over a hundred thousand media reports—far more than /5(22). Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.
Doctoring the media by Anne Karpf,Routledge edition, in English Doctoring the media the reporting of health and medicine Written in English. Subjects. Medicine on television. There's no description for this book yet. Can Cited by: Reuters Press Agency (no apostrophe, cf Finnegans Wake and Howards End) was founded in by Paul Julius Reuter, to take advantage of the international marketability of news, using as many means of communication as he could, including the recently invented telegraph, horses, and even pigeons .Reuters, Agence France Presse, and Associated Press now purvey in excess of 90% of all foreign Cited by: 1.
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Most people learn of medical progress through the media. Whether through short clips on radio or TV or detailed articles in the press, scarcely a day passes without a report of a health development, and how it might affect you.
Yet this news is often unhelpful. Exaggerated cures, contradictions, and plainly misleading information can do harm. One of the most interesting barometers of the interaction between medicine and the media has been the coverage of presidential health.
2 As we now know, the health problems of many presidents in. In: Doctoring the media: the reporting of health and medicine Publisher: London: Routledge, Description: p. Language: English MeSH: Health Education/history*; History, Modern Publication Type(s): Historical Article Other ID: (DNLM) NLM ID: [Book Chapter].
This book examines the relationship between media and medicine, considering the fundamental role of news coverage in constructing wider cultural understandings of health and disease.
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This was a fantastic course presented by a surgeon. It would be very hard to choose 12 figures that represent the rise of scientific medicine and the presenter being a surgeon, there is a notable bias towards favouring the evolution of surgery rather than medicine/5.
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Medicine's Moving Pictures: Medicine, Health, and Bodies in American Film and Television (Rochester Studies in Medical History) Leslie J. Reagan, Nancy Tomes, Paula A. Treichler This groundbreaking book argues that health and medical media, with their unique goals and production values, constitute a rich cultural and historical archive and.
The mass media has enormous potential to influence health-related behaviours and perceptions. Much research has focused on how the media frames health issues. This study sought to explore how journalists in Australia select and shape news on health issues.
The study involved semi-structured interviews with 16 journalists from major Australian print, radio and television media. Abstract. The representation of ‘the nurse’ within media depictions is increasingly being considered an issue of great concern. The way in which nurses are portrayed is believed to have implications in general for the status of nursing in by: 9.The aim of this book is to bring together the field of media studies with that of the sociology of health and illness (SHI).
As a sociologist concerned with health matters, becoming interested a few years ago in media representations of illness and health-care topics, I noticed early on in my studies that SHI had not kept up with developments in media studies.
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