This article includes case studies of organizations’ efforts to combat medical misinformation around COVID-19 and vaccines.
This video is a panel discussion including several leading researchers on the psychology of misinformation.
A scoping review of digital health interventions for combating COVID-19 misinformation and disinformation
A review of scientific literature that evaluates the impact and reliability of digital health interventions as a means to mitigate the spread and effects of COVID-19 misinformation.
This NIH article details methods that health professionals and organizations can employ to not only combat the spread of misinformation, but to proactively prepare for future instances.
This article from Academy Health reviews research and surveys demonstrating the profound ways in which public lack of trust in medical institutions, doctors, and government exacerbated the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
This article, from the American Psychological Association magazine: Monitor on Psychology, provides examples of how psychology educators teach their students to critically examine information and combat the spread of misinformation.
This collection of resources is centered around the psychological science behind the creation and spread of misinformation.
This resource is a Is that a fact? podcast episode from the News Literacy Project focused on ‘the lure’ of misinformation, especially related to health.
The Nobel Foundation and the National Academy of Sciences convened 200+ scholars, the International Panel on the Information Environment, in Washington DC in May 2023.
The stakes are high and everyone in medicine needs to step up. Nerdy Girl scientists provide lessons and tools from their work to educate the public.