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“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 understand the scientific data?

Science Talks Webinars

 

Wiley, in partnership with the World Federation of Science Journalists (WFSJ) and Association of Health Care Journalists (AHCJ), is pleased to host a series of webinars for journalists called Science Talks. These complimentary sessions connect journalists with leading researchers and subject matter experts to provide knowledge and training on the latest scientific discoveries covered in the news.

Wiley is committed to supporting science and bridging the communications gap between research, the media and the general public. Visit The Wiley Network to learn more about topics like this: “Fighting Fake News with Research Evidence.“

For the latest Wiley Corporate News, visit: https://newsroom.wiley.com/

 

 

 

Science Talks with the American Geriatrics Society: What Journalists Need to Know About Healthy Aging — Coming May 21, 2019 — Register Now

Science Talks with The Association of Child and Adolescent Mental Health: Suicide Prevention & Awareness — Coming September 10, 2019 

Science Talks with the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists: Maternal Health in Pregnancy — Coming November 19, 2019