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Observatori de les Dues Cultures, revista Mètode.

Llicenciada en Periodisme per la Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona i Màster en Història de la Ciència i Comunicació Científica per la Universitat de València. És membre de l’Observatori de les dues cultures, grup d’investigació pluridisciplinari de la Universitat de València que analitza les relacions entre periodisme i ciència. Actualment, la seua recerca se centra en la comunicació del càncer, tant en la premsa com en les xarxes socials.

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In the winter of 2015/16, Mètode devoted a monograph to health communication, specially focusing on the role played by mass media in issues such as sanitary crisis, the stigmatization of some illness or public health campaigns.
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The documentary presented by Patty Bonet allows the public tu step into her skin – or rather her eyes – since the images we see reflect the visual impairment of a person with type OCA4 albinism.
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Good communication is fundamental in the promotion and maintenance of individual and collective health. Despite the vast amount of information we can currently access,

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Martí Domínguez Maurizio Gotti is the Head of the Department of Foreign Languages, Literatures and Communication Studies of the University of Bergamo (Italy). One of

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Reporting biomedical research is not easy. On the one hand, research teams should be able to share their results in a coherent and comprehensible manner. In

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Pepa Granados Francisca García Abad is Professor of Library and Information Science and Professor of History of Science

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Irene Yuste  In 2013 actor Michael Douglas said in an  interview that the tongue cancer he had suffered three years

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Lucía Sapiña Science in Valencia gathers great professionals and vast knowledge, but lacks better funding and a more

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Miguel Lorenzo Recently, Mètode published an article where we presented a list of the most followed scientists on Twitter, a text written by the staff

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Mètode Communicate science in 140 characters or less. Barely a headline or a catchy sentence to hook the

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