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Health Journalism:A Journey with Moji Makanjuola
by Moji Makanjuola

Health Journalism Price: N5000
Product Code: 1391774794
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Number of Pages: 215
Binding: Paper Back
Publisher: Nigeria News International
Edition: 2012
ISSN: 9789789293124
Availability: To be delivered within 3 working days
Summary: The book provides an overview of health reporting, its perception in and outside the newsroom and the challenges of the health reporter then and now. According to the book, health reporters must never lose sight of the fact that they are reporting science and since reporters are not scientists, they need training to be able to do in-depth and accurate reports. They need to read, research and follow up on stories. The authorís critique of both the health reporter and the newsroom is a wake-up call for both the editor and those on the beat. Like all beats, the reporter must be armed with facts and knowledge. He must constantly update himself because that is what keeps him on top of his game and endears him to his bosses. It is a science-based beat and the least inaccuracy could hurt both his career and the reputation of his organisation. In more ways than one, the book is a hand book for all and a companion for all editors.

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