Jake Scott

Writer, Editor, Fact-Checker

Location icon United States of America

I am a journalist, editor, researcher, and learner dedicated to delivering news reporting and informational pieces. I'm currently seeking employment in the Cincinnati area. Most recently I worked in medical journalism, and my duties included researching and developing stories relevant to the specialties of nephrology, internal medicine and external medicine. I also managed social media pages and live reported from medical conferences. I also have experience in content writing and SEO.
I completed my undergraduate studies at the University of Cincinnati, McMicken College of Arts and Sciences where I received my B.A. in Journalism. Throughout my time at UC, I was involved in organizations and community service throughout the Greater Cincinnati region. I have developed my writing, reporting, interviewing, editing, and fact-checking skills through creating and developing hyper-local newsworthy stories.

HIV viral suppression rates nearly triple in US, disparities remain

HIV viral suppression rates nearly tripled across the United States over the past 2 decades, but disparities among younger patients and black individuals living with HIV remain, according to a study appearing in Annals of Internal Medicine.The researchers speculated that the improved suppression rates are likely partially attributable to improvements in antiretroviral therapy (ART), particularly

Medicare prescription drug plans more costly than Walmart's generic drug discount program

Patients were required to spend more out of pocket for a substantial proportion of Medicare’s prescription drug plans compared with Walmart’s generic drug discount program for 30-day supplies of generic medications used to treat prevalent CVD-related conditions, according to a research letter published in Annals of Internal Medicine.Researchers from Yale School of Medicine compared

Findings identify barriers to kidney disease screening among black Americans

As the incidence of kidney failure is three-times higher in black Americans than whites and chronic kidney disease prevalence continues to rise among black Americans, findings recently published in the Clinical Journal of the American Society of Nephrology highlight barriers to kidney disease screening among this population.

Cincinnati Magazine
If You're Into It, "Here Come the Mummies" is Worth The Drive - Cincinnati Magazine

Here Come the Mummies is an eight-piece funk band based out of Nashville. That is the simple version of a band shrouded in mystery-and a whole lot of smartassery. Some say Here Come the Mummies is a gang of Grammy-award winning artists that, due to contract disputes, must keep their identities secret.

The News Record
Board of Trustees changes policies; students rejoice

Debt to a university can take the form of non-payment of tuition and fees, equipment and returned payments. "At the request of the Provost Office, Enrollment Management, Advising and some colleges, the decision was made to not block grades in Catalyst for any reason," said Ken Wolterman, a UC Bursar.

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