Presenting evidence without bias, opinion or perspective is a learned skill. Being able to write impartial evidence-based content requires being able to discern the difference between writing the facts and spinning the edges of fact into fiction. Investigators, officers, inspectors, compliance personnel, standards examiners among others learn to transition for using jargon, dense specialized language into using plain language that maintains accuracy without compromising complexity. Being able to recognize editorialized content and learn techniques to avoid editorializing is key to evidence-based writing.
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