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Media Resources

3 Posts authored by: Dawn Peters

 

Wiley, in partnership with the World Federation of Science Journalists (WFSJ) and Association of Health Care Journalists (AHCJ), is offering an educational webinar series for journalists called Science Talks. These complimentary, one-hour sessions are brought to you by The Wiley Network and provide an on-going training option for journalists.

The next webinar, Science Talks with Dr. Peter Halfmann will take place on Tuesday, 24 July 2018 at 11:00 am ET. In this session, Tackling Ebola, media will learn:

  • The current situation in regions affected by the Ebola virus and if there is still any danger.
  • Where we stand with the research on finding a vaccine and if the latest human trials were successful.
  • When the vaccine will be made available for humans affected in regions by the Ebola virus. 
  • What the future will bring in terms of infectious diseases, such as Ebola.
  • How local journalists can better report on infectious diseases including: what they should look for, what kind of questions to ask, what resources they should use.

 

The webinar will include time for questions and answers.

 

HOW TO REGISTER?

 

Science Talks webinars are complimentary to WFSJ and AHCJ members, as well as other science journalists interested in the subject. Register for Science Talks today!

 

If you are not able to attend the live one-hour session the webinars will be recorded for later viewing on Wiley’s YouTube channel.

 

Global warming is a myth. Eating blueberries and walnuts may help reduce risk of dementia. These are just a couple of headlines that bombard consumers in print, on TV and online. How can readers be sure that the information they read or hear is accurate? They must rely on news outlets to provide honest, trustworthy information. But, what if the journalist is using questionable sources or doesn’t fully understanding the scientific data?

 

Wiley, in partnership with the World Federation of Science Journalists (WFSJ) and Association of Health Care Journalists (AHCJ), is pleased to introduce a new series of webinars for journalists called Science Talks. These complimentary, one-hour sessions are brought to you by The Wiley Network and provide an on-going training option for journalists.

 

The first webinar, Science Talks with Cochrane will take place on Tuesday, 22 May 2018 at 11:00 am ET. In this session, Power of the Media – How to Translate Cochrane Health Evidence to Inform the Public, media will learn:

  • How to use the Cochrane Library to support news stories covering important health subjects;
  • What sets Cochrane evidence aside from other types of health-related studies;
  • Why Cochrane evidence has rigorous quality standards;
  • The role of media in helping to translate medical evidence to help consumers make informed health decisions.

The webinar will include time for questions and answers.

 

HOW TO REGISTER?

 

Science Talks webinars are complimentary to WFSJ, AHCJ members and other science journalists interested in the subject. Register for Science Talks today!

 

If you are not able to attend the live one-hour session the webinars will be recorded for later viewing.


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Science Talks with Cochrane

Posted May 14, 2018

The Wiley Network is please to present a new webinar series in conjunction with the World Federation of Science Journalists (WFSJ) and the Association of Health Care Journalists (AHCJ).

 

Science Talks with Cochrane: Power of the Media – How to Translate Cochrane Health Evidence to Inform the Public

Media interested in learning about Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews will learn:

  • How to use the Cochrane Library to support news stories covering important health subjects;
  • What sets Cochrane evidence aside from other types of health-related studies;
  • Why Cochrane evidence has rigorous quality standards;
  • The role of media in helping to translate medical evidence to help consumers make informed health decisions.