- Provides a compelling overview and analysis of the difficulties of dealing with mass media and collects tips and solutions.
- Includes case studies from the experience of a number of high-profile contributors from different fields
- Provides an easy-to-read, carefully selected and synthesized overview well suited to teaching and as further reading source in respective classes
- Includes a famous movie from Jose Delgado that shows his attempts in the 60s to demonstrate "remote control" of a bull
2 John Warner, History of Medicine, Yale: Medicine, Media and the Dramaturgy of Biomedical Research: Historical Perspectives
3 Snyder: Delgado's Brave Bulls: The Marketing of a Seductive Idea and a Lesson for Contemporary Biomedical Science
4 Dennis Spencer, Neurosurgery, Yale: Adrenal Transplantation for Parkinson's Disease
5 Peter Fonagy, University College London: The Use of SSRIs in the Treatment of Childhood Depression: A Scientific Dialectic
6 David Smith, Yale Interdisciplinary Bioethics Project, Aaron Klink, Duke University School of Divinity, and Julius Landwirth, Interdisciplinary Center for Bioethics, Yale: Media Coverage of Stem Cell Research
7 Jerome Kassirer, Tufts: Medicine's Obsession with Disclosure of Financial Conflicts: Fixing the Wrong Problem
8 Declan Doogan, Pfizer: In Support of Industry-Sponsored Clinical Research
9 The Very Reverenc Wesley Carr, Romsey, UK: Prevailing Truth: The Interface Between Religion and Science
10 Patricia Shipman, Dept Anthropology, Pennsylvania State University: Science Meets Fundamentalist Religion
11 Ruth Katz, School of Public Health and Health Services, George Washington University: Uneasy Alliance: The Intersection of Government Science, Politics and Policymaking
12 Robert Levine, Yale Center for Bioethics: On The Relations Between Scientists and Journalist: Reflections by an Ethicist
13 Laura Spinnney, Science Journalist, London: Don't Shoot the Messenger
14 Harry McConnell, Ashley Pardy, Australia: Future Trends in Medical Research Publishing
15 Peter Snyder, Linda Mayes, Dennis Spencer: Conclusion: The Ethics of Scientific Disclosure
Mayes, Linda C.
Prof. Linda C. Mayes has served as the Special Assistant to the Dean, Yale School of Medicine (New Haven, CT) since 2008. In this role, she is also responsible for management of scientific integrity for the medical school and its faculty who are spread across affiliated hospitals. Dr. Mayes is the Arnold Gesell Professor of Child Psychiatry, Pediatrics, Psychology, and Epidemiology and Public Health in the Yale Child Study Center, and her research integrates perspectives from child development, behavioral neuroscience, psychophysiology and neurobiology, developmental psychopathology, and neurobehavioral teratology. She has published widely in the developmental psychology, pediatrics, and child psychiatry literature. Dr. Mayes is also trained as an adult and child psychoanalyst and is the chairman of the directorial team of the Anna Freud Centre in London as well as the coordinator of the Anna Freud Centre program at the Yale Child Study Center.