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Medical Journalist

Medical Journalism

In 2003, Lee C. Bollinger, president of Columbia University through a statement described journalism as a medium bridging between the worlds of general knowledge and expertise. The necessary element of substantive knowledge is essential to write and weave a broader meaning for the present audience which can be a difficult task. To write on topics of medical science, complete understanding of the subject matter is important to translate jargon and ideas of scientists or doctors into simple English. Medical journalists read voraciously and write scientific or medical information prolifically. Medical reporters usually have deep interest and love for writing articles in the field of medical science. In-depth knowledge and understanding of medical science separates medical journalists from other journalists or reporters.

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