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Berens tipsheet addresses how to cover the health & science beat. He begins by stressing the 3 F's: "follow the paper; find the expert; and ferret out the research." Berens gives a list of basic public records pertinent to the beat; available databases; and "real world advice" based on his own experience covering health and science.
Heisel lists four places where reporters should go to investigate doctors. They are: medical boards, court records, medical specialty boards and medical research journals. For each resource, Heisel tells the reporter how he or she can go about getting the information and what data he or she should expect to find at each place. He also discusses how The Orange County Register built its own database of local doctors' records.
This tipsheet explains how to research and identify malpractice among hundreds of doctors and several hospitals.
This tipsheet contains tips to help journalists interested in medical reporting. It describes how to get copies of consent forms for studies, where to find FOIA information for NIH and FDA, etc.