The scale and depth of disinformation circulating in our societies is a deep concern, not just for the news industry, but for all those who believe that to function effectively, people need accurate, verified information.

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March 23, 2021 in Blog, Resources

How to Report and Write About Digital Health

By Artur Olesch, Digital Health Journalist Telemedicine, telecare, and mobile health apps have recently gained momentum, driven by the COVID-19 pandemic and novel healthcare challenges. When preparing content on emerging…
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January 11, 2021 in Blog

2021: New newsroom guide: Journalism in the Age of Pandemics

Download the new handbook here. Designed to help you navigate 2021, the new newsroom guide is a distillation of expert views and advice, drawn from the World Editors Forum Science…
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March 20, 2019 in Blog

Modern newsrooms must separate the science from the fiction

By David Callaway, President of the World Editor’s Forum (New York) – Artificial intelligence. Cybersecurity. Climate change. Not a day goes by without every modern newsroom grappling with stories about…
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March 20, 2019 in Blog

Report 2019

December 2018 - In order to address some of the challenges around science in the newsroom, WAN-IFRA developed a workshop focused on defining potential training opportunities for science journalists as…
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RESOURCES

Avoiding junk science

Explainer: Artificial Intelligence

Explainer: Nutrition

10 Tips for Reporting Science

Interviewing scientists

Statistical P-hacking explained

Interpreting statistical significance

Data Visualisation