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PLoS Med. Mar 2005; 2(3): e84.
Published online Mar 29, 2005. doi:  10.1371/journal.pmed.0020084
PMCID: PMC1069673

Statement of Principles for Health Care Journalists

In “The Commercialisation of Medical and Scientific Reporting” [1], Caulfield calls on journalists to ask researchers about the nature of their funding and the financial relationship of the researchers to the sponsor. This is just one principle addressed in a much broader “Statement of Principles” I wrote this past year for the Association of Health Care Journalists (http://www.ahcj.umn.edu). The statement is available online [2].

Footnotes

Citation: Schwitzer G (2005) Statement of principles for health care journalists. PLoS Med 2(3): e84.

References

  • Caulfield T. The commercialisation of medical and scientific reporting. PLoS Med. 2004;1:e38. [PMC free article] [PubMed]
  • Statement of principles. Minneapolis (Minnesota): Association of Health Care Journalists; 2004.

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