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JAMA Editor's Audio Summary

By The JAMA Network

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Weekly Editor's Audio Summary for JAMA, the Journal of the American Medical Association

Customer Reviews

Dropping the ball

Dr. De Angelis should put down the mic and let someone with real speaking skills do the job of podcasting. JAMA is an important journal and her cute, homey style is not appropriate. She lacks both presentation and organization skills. (For example, doesn't bother to correctly pronounce names of authors and places and she fails to include an upfront listing of each episode's contents.) This is all very inconsiderate of the listener and and creates a sloppy, stream-of-conciousness feeling to the work. There are very good examples of quality medical/science podcasting and JAMA is failing to make the grade. JAMA has the content, but the delivery is horrible.

Disagree with Al

I've listened to the podcast and quite frankly I am a bit surprised by the idea that the good doctor is not right to voice this program. Podcasts are not meant to be professional in most cases and therein is the beauty of them. What makes Dr. D. qualified to speak is that she is the Editor-in-chief and not that she has a NPR quality voice! Get real, Al. I personally do enjoy her presentations as they are done by her, though it might also be good to do an interview concerning a most important article as mentioned. Great podcast.

Yuck. Gotta agree with Al.

Her commentary isn't cute. She made a Hooters joke. Seriously this journal is too prestigious for her to be reading it. It doesn't sound professional. Even if she was hilarious, they should hire a reader.

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