PhD candidate, The University of Sydney
Kellia Chiu is a PhD candidate at The University of Sydney within the Evidence, Policy, and Influence Collaborative at the Charles Perkins Centre. Her thesis involves studying the role of research evidence in the development of health policy, and she has a particular interest in the different influences on evidence, including “spin”/hype. She also has a clinical health background and currently works as a community pharmacist.
Forget fake news – is PR hype the big problem in science and could a media release labelling system help? (Presenter)