Tag: science journalism
Antidepressant Anarchy in the UK
In this blog, I want to give some personal reflections on the events of the last few weeks in relation to the Lancet antidepressant meta-analysis and the lodging of a formal complaint with the UK Royal College of Psychiatrists. The issue of antidepressant withdrawal has been brought into the public eye in the UK like never before. What happens next will be very interesting.
“Does Health Journalism Do More Harm Than Good?”
One of the consultants for John Oliver’s latest takedown on science reporting and health journalism was Gary Schwitzer, publisher of Health News Review. In...
Jonah Lehrer was also Wrong About Antipsychotics
We spend a lot of time writing about knowledge dissemination in mental health, and over time, have increasingly recognized the important role of science...