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As the title reveals, what is the correct usage:

1) "Health science researchers" or "health sciences researchers"?

Similarly:

2) "Researchers in health science" or "researchers in the health sciences"?

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  • Not sure why this got downvoted; I think it's a fair question. – Amonet Aug 28 '18 at 12:18
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Typically faculties and institutions are attached to health sciences, while degrees are in a singular health science.

Ex:

  • Faculty of Health Sciences
  • Bachelor of Health Science

Unless all the researchers being discussed in the paragraph belong to the same health science (immunology for instance), option D ("researchers in the health sciences") is the least ambiguous, especially if this is a generic statement as part of an introduction.

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