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References

 

  1. Wilson, A., et al., A quantitative analysis of the quality and content of the health advice in popular Australian magazines. Aust N Z J Public Health, 2016.

  2. Smith, D.E., et al., Monitoring the quality of medical news reporting: early experience with media doctor. Med J Aust, 2005. 183(4): p. 190-3.

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  4. Wilson, A., et al., Media reporting of health interventions: signs of improvement, but major problems persist. PLoS One, 2009. 4(3): p. e4831.

  5. Wilson, A., et al., Does it matter who writes medical news stories? PLoS Med, 2010. 7(9).

  6. Wilson, A.J., et al., Deconstructing cancer: what makes a good-quality news story? Med J Aust, 2010. 193(11-12): p. 702-6.

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Rating Tool
Key Term Definitions
Overall quality score & star rating

The "Media Doctor Australia Student Rating Tool" was developed by 2005 Skeptic of the Year Prof David Henry and colleagues.

 

It can be used to help appraisal of the quality of health intervention reporting by the media and give it a "star rating". Key definitions are found below.

Media Doctor Australia - Student Rating Tool

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