This podcast looks at how health data can be a source of stories.
We hear how journalists are using information obtained under the Freedom of Information Act, scientific reports and open data as sources.
Journalism.co.uk technology editor Sarah Marshall speaks to:
- Deborah Cohen, investigations editor, British Medical Journal
- Francine Bennett, chief executive and data scientist, Mastodon C
- Paul Bradshaw, university lecturer and founder of Help Me Investigate
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Tags: bmj, british medical journal, Data journalism, deborah cohen, francine bennett, health journalism, help me investigate, investigative journalism, mastodon c, Paul Bradshaw, Podcast
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