Media and academic citation tracker

Here you’ll find reports and saved copies of all academic articles citing the and all media articles referencing the CLAIMS study, and our review of whether these accurately represented the study. All disagreement and suggestions for with article authors will be sent to the authors, but the original version will be stored here for record keeping and review.

Internet media

TitleOrganizationTypePublication dateNotes/Disclosures
Findings in science, health reporting often overstated on social mediaHarvard Gazette / Harvard TH Chan School of Public HealthPress releaseJune 5, 2018Study authors worked with press office for this press release
Can’t say we didn’t warn you: Study finds popular health news stories overstate the evidenceHealthNewsReview.orgNews / blog articleJune 13, 2018Article author interviewed Noah Haber before publication
Health misinformation in the news: Where does it start?KevinMD.comNews / blog articleJune 20, 2018Nearly identical to HealthNewsReview.org article
Study examines the state of health research as seen in social mediaUniversity of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Gillings School of Global Public HealthPress releaseJune 19, 2018Study authors worked with press office for this press release
Overdrijven de media gezondheidsnieuws?EIS WetenschapNews / blog articleJune 20, 2018
Karra publishes study in PLOS OneBoston UniversityPress release
UNC Study Examines the State of Health Research As Seen in Social MediaAssociation of Schools & Programs of Public HealthPress releaseJune 28, 2018Appears to be a direct copy of UNC press release
Redes sociales han alterado la forma en que se presentan las noticias de saludFNPINews / blog article
Echoing the networkNieman LabNews / blog article
Health News In Crisis?European Journalism ObservatoryNews / blog articleJuly 18, 2018