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  • Scientific communication part II - Prof. Massimo Cecaro - a.a. 2017/2018


    POSITION

    Specialist Veterinarian, Master II level "Veterinary Public Health and Food Hygiene" - Journalist, Vice President Italian Medical Press, Resident Member "Medical Journalists' Association" London

    WORK EXPERIENCE

    2017–Present

    Vice President

    Italian Medical Press Association, Rome


    2016–2017
    External Collaborator
    ITALIAN MINISTRY OF HEALTH, ROMA
    Office II Directorate General of Collegial Bodies for Health Protection​​

    2015–2016
    Intern
    ITALIAN MINISTRY OF HEALTH, ROMA
    - Office VIII, Directorate General for Hygiene and Food Safety and Nutrition
    Office II Directorate General of Collegial Bodies for Health Protection​​ (Analysis of Efsa communication activities and programming of national communication activity)​

    2015–Present
    General Secretary
    Italian Medical Press Association, Roma

    2015–Present
    Corresponding partner
    Academy of History of Healthcare, Roma

    10/2013
    Member of Expert Database
    EFSA (European Food Safety Authority)

    2012–Present
    Resident Member MJA
    "Medical Journalists' Association", LONDON

    2010–Present
    Journalist for national and international scientific events
    La Settimana Veterinaria - Le Point Veterinaire Italie Srl,, MILANO

    2009–Present
    Director
    "Studio Gamma snc Dott.Cecaro Massimo & C.", Corridonia (MC)
    Accredited by the Marche Region, with the agreement of University of Camerino and University of Perugia, SIMLII (Italian Society of Occupational Medicine and Industrial Hygiene) and the Province of Macerata
     

    INFO ABOUT THE COURSE


    OBJECTIVES OF THE COURSE

    • Knowledge and understanding: The students need to improve the specific skills for understanding and writing scientific articles considering the specific guidelines proposed in the course and to comprehend TV documentaries
    • Applying knowledge and understanding: The students need to demonstrate their ability to develop a TV program on the topic of reproductive biotechnology
    • Making judgements: The students are required to show their capability to critically analyze/interpret a scientific documentary
    • Communication: The pupils need to demonstrate mastery in communication ability using appropriate scientific language
    • Learning skills: The pupils must be able to understand various kinds of articles in the field of reproductive biotechnology


    PREREQUISITE AND PREPARATORY
    • Prerequisite: No prerequisites are necessary.
    • Preparatory: No required

    DUBLIN DESCRIPTORS FOR UNIT


    UNIT 1: Scientific Communication II

    • Knowledge and understanding: The students need to improve the specific skills for understanding and writing scientific articles considering the specific guidelines proposed in the course and to comprehend TV documentaries
    • Applying knowledge and understanding: The students need to demonstrate their ability to develop a TV program on the topic of reproductive biotechnology
    • Making judgements: The students are required to show their capability to critically analyze/interpret a scientific documentary
    • Communication: The pupils need to demonstrate mastery in communication ability using appropriate scientific language
    • Learning skills: The pupils must be able to understand various kinds of articles in the field of reproductive biotechnology


    COURSE BOOKS


    The Public Understanding of Science

    • Author: The Royal Society


    National Action Plan to Improve Health Literacy
    • Author: U.S. Department of Health and Human Service - Office of Disease and Health Promotion


    RESEARCH MATERIAL





    FINAL TEST 

    • Date: 15/06/2018 h 11.00 (University classroom 23)
    • Date: 04/07/2018 h. 14.00
    • Date:30/07/2018 h. 14.00


    EVALUATION
    The final exam consist in a multiple-choice test, and an open answer test.

  • The fundamental of scientific communication

  • Public Understanding of science

  • National Action Plan to Improve Health Literacy

  • Verification source – Criteria for evaluating evidence

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