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THIS WEEK: Sarah Turner studies Community Health Science at the University of Manitoba, focusing on breast milk, epidemiology, and health promotion.  Her work in science communication stems from interest in science policy and advocacy. We talk about her research, scientific/non-scientific writing, and she gives some tips for writing your first OpEd.  

CHECK OUT: CHILD study: https://childstudy.ca/  Quick tips for writing your first OpEd: https://evidencenetwork.ca/resources/write-a-snappy-oped-2/  Twitter: Sarah =  https://twitter.com/SarahTurner11 , and the Azad Lab: https://www.azadlab.ca/  

AMPLIFY: If you want to learn more about the science of infant health and breastfeeding, Sarah recommends following Kimberly Seals Allers. Check her out on Twitter (https://twitter.com/iamKSealsAllers) or her website, (https://twitter.com/washingtonpost)  

Thanks for listening! If you enjoyed this episode, subscribe to our channel on YouTube (https://youtu.be/971JN4g-dmE) and our email list at www.scientificanada.ca

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