September 6, 2023 —
We need to do more than simply play whack-a-mole with bad information when it emerges. Rebuilding trust in our institutions, including in healthcare, journalism, and government, will require a combination of three tactics.
July 5, 2023 —
Innovative research solutions often require risk-taking, and the public has a right to understand these risks. How can we approach the challenges of communicating about the risks of research?
April 12, 2023 —
When communicating about disabilities, diseases, and health conditions, it’s important to consider the unique needs and interests of the people experiencing them as part of daily life.
November 16, 2022 —
Rogue clinics offer stem cell-based therapies that haven’t been tested for safety and efficacy. When communicating to the public about stem cell-based therapies, it is important to put any treatment claims in context.
April 27, 2022 —
It’s common wisdom that “catching the cancer early” is always a good thing. It can be a key factor in being able to survive cancer. But the reality of cancer screening is not that simple.
September 8, 2021 —
We’ve developed a one-page guide, "How Research Works: Understanding the Process of Science" to help communicators put the process of science into perspective. We hope it can serve as a useful resource to help explain why science changes—and why it’...