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The New York Times Reader

Health and Medicine

By Tom Linden MD, Tom Linden

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Format: Paperback, 312 pages, Revised edition Edition
Other Information: Illustrated
Published In: United States, 01 March 2010
Buy your copy now and pay only $5 for shipping!* (Use code C9BRGG when checking out. Applies only to orders in the US/Canada.) Showcasing some of the best health and medical writing in The New York Times, Tom Linden combines his expertise as both a physician and a writer to explore the range and depth of reporting and writing in this fascinating area. With more than 50 articles, the book includes coverage of topics ranging from amnesia to genomics to a Times investigation of a major pharmaceutical company. Organized around news, features and commentary, Linden&BAD:rsquo;s observations elucidate the challenges these reporters face in tackling everything from nutrition to neuroscience, while his how-to guidance takes aspiring medical and health reporters to the next level. Readers will appreciate condensed interviews from five prominent Times medical and health reporters interspersed throughout the book, as well as how-to tips on 15 genres of health reporting, including blogs, essays, and alternative story forms. Linden directs the Medical and Science Journalism Program at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and is a former CNBC and Los Angeles Times reporter. MORE ABOUT TimesCollege ...a series from CQ PressWhether it is the arts or science, medicine or business, you&BAD:rsquo;ll find stories that inspire while providing readers an insider&BAD:rsquo;s look into the rewards, challenges and everyday routines of beat reporting. The carefully selected pieces in each Reader cover the spectrum from news to features to analysis to blogs and other online innovations. Each volume also features these elements: Conversations with Times writers take readers behind the scenes to learn about their goals for the beat and how they got their jobs, as well as practical nuts-and-bolts information on how they report and write for a global audience in the multimedia age.Story Scan disassembles stories into their component parts, labeling and analyzing the elements that make good beat stories work.Making Connections questions and assignments sharpen thinking and prepare students to go out on the beat to start finding their own great stories.

Table of Contents

Foreword by Barbara StrauchPrefaceIntroductionI. NEWS STORIES1. Breaking News2. News Analyses3. News Briefs4. Investigative Stories5. ObituariesII. FEATURE STORIES6. Profiles7. Explanatory Stories8. Perspective Stories9. Historical Stories10. Series Features11. NarrativesIII. COMMENTARY12. Columns13. Essays14. Blogs15. Beyond Plain TextReferencesNotes

About the Author

Tom Linden, M.D., is a professor of medical journalism in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. As director of the medical and science journalism program, Dr. Linden administers one of the nation's first master's programs in medical journalism. He was co-author of Dr. Tom Linden's Guide to Online Medicine,, one of the first medical consumer guides for the Internet. He's worked as a medical journalist for CNBC, KRON-TV (San Francisco), Fox 11 (Los Angeles) and was co-anchor of "Physicians' Journal Update," the flagship news program for the Lifetime Medical Television Network. Before starting medical school, he was a staff writer for the Los Angeles Times. He's currently medical anchor for "Journal Watch Audio," produced by the Massachusetts Medical Society and the Audio-Digest Foundation.

EAN: 9781604264821
ISBN: 1604264829
Publisher: CQ Press
Dimensions: 22.9 x 15.2 x 1.5 centimetres (0.43 kg)
Age Range: 15+ years
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