This is just a partial list of websites and blogs that we try to visit often –- many of them daily.
Before we ceased daily publication in December of 2018, publisher Gary Schwitzer posted “5 categories of quality web content for you to explore when we cease daily publication.” It contains more than a dozen links to high-quality resources.
MedPageToday.com is primarily intended for physicians. But we think that the way they cover medical news could be a model for many consumer oriented news organizations as well. They evaluate the evidence, usually seek independent perspectives, and disclose financial conflicts of interest that authors report. We don’t review them as part of our normal review routine because they do not primarily target a consumer audience as all of our other reviewees do. But they’re a tough group of veteran health medical science journalists whose work is admirable.
Dr. Adriane Fugh-Berman’s site is an independent, publicly funded project that empowers physicians to identify and counter inappropriate pharmaceutical promotion practice.
Kaiser Health News is a nonprofit news organization committed to in-depth coverage of health care policy and politics.
Embargo Watch – Keeping an eye on how scientific information embargoes affect news coverage
Retraction Watch -Tracking retractions as a window into the scientific process
Reporting on Health – about health journalism, blogging, and storytelling. A project of USC Annenberg’s California Endowment Health Journalism Fellowships, funded by a grant from The California Endowment.
Covering Health –blog of the Association of Health Care Journalists