This guide seeks to bring attention to issues concerning the accuracy of information in your daily life - both as a general information consumer as well as a medical professional. How do you spot fake news? How can you tell if the information you're getting is accurate? Also, how does widespread misinformation affect your work as a medical professional and what can you do about it?
A word of caution:
The Library is providing this information as a service to our faculty, students, and staff. We will make every effort to keep this Guide current and to correct errors brought to our attention. This Guide may point to information created and maintained by other public and private organizations, some of which may charge a fee. Please be aware that the Pumerantz Library does not control or guarantee the accuracy, relevance, timeliness, or completeness of this outside information. Further, the inclusion of particular items is not intended to reflect their importance, nor is it intended to endorse any views expressed or products or services offered by the author or the organization. These resources are provided as a convenience only and are not legally binding.
Note: This guide was originally researched and written by Alisa M. Monheim, MLIS.