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Reporting on Global Health: A Conversation With the International Reporting Project Fellows | New Security Beat

Reporting on Global Health: A Conversation With the International Reporting Project Fellows | New Security Beat | Global health views-Reporting Global Health | Scoop.it
the Blog of the Environmental Change and Security Program...
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Nieman-Pulitzer Center Global Health Fellows Announced | Pulitzer Center

Nieman-Pulitzer Center Global Health Fellows Announced | Pulitzer Center | Global health views-Reporting Global Health | Scoop.it
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NPR’s new global health beat blends social media, traditional reporting | Poynter.

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Global Health Hub | Global health & development news, events, jobs and more...

Global Health Hub | Global health & development news, events, jobs and more... | Global health views-Reporting Global Health | Scoop.it
News, events, funding, journals, and jobs aggregation as well as original articles on global health and development from the blogosphere.
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Global Health Frontline News

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Global Health Frontline News is an independent nonprofit video news organization. Pioneering a new model of reporting in the public interest, we provide distinctive global health news stories to broadcasters and Internet platforms.

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The Global Health Media Project

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“Providing access to reliable health information for health workers is potentially the single most cost effective and achievable strategy for sustainable improvement in health care in developing countries. Global Health Media Project was founded to put practical, life-saving knowledge into the hands of healers at the point of care. It promotoes the use of short engaging videos  to help health workers gain the knowledge and basic skills known to save lives.

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Why do we need better reporting from the frontlines of global health?

Why do we need better reporting from the frontlines of global health? | Global health views-Reporting Global Health | Scoop.it
Guest blog from Kalpana Jain, former health editor for the Times of India.
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For Journalists | University of Washington - Department of Global Health

The following are helpful links and tools for journalists and others interested in global health:...
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Global Health Report Blog Christine Gorman

Longtime health journalist Christine Gorman in the search for what works, what doesn't and what needs to happen next in global health.

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Nieman Foundation Global Health Reeporting Fellowships

The Nieman Fellowships in Global Health Reporting are awarded annually to two journalists who are committed to global health reporting and whose news organizations share that commitment. One fellowship is given to a journalist who is a U.S. citizen and one to a non-U.S. citizen.

During the Nieman year, the Global Health Fellows pursue a concentrated course of study at Harvard's School of Public Health and have access to faculty and courses across the university.

At the conclusion of the academic year at Harvard, the fellows will begin a period of journalistic fieldwork in a developing country that may last for up to four months. The fieldwork, which is funded by the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting, is intended to provide an intensive learning and reporting experience in countries with the most pressing problems in global health. Learn more about the Nieman-Pulitzer collaboration.

Applications from Global Health candidates are reviewed by a committee of Harvard faculty and news professionals, chaired by the Nieman curator. Finalists are invited to Cambridge in late April for interviews as the final step in selection.

After fellows finish their fieldwork, they are expected to produce material based on this experience and their academic studies. This work may take the form of stories, a case study or a handbook of best practices related to reporting on health issues in a developing country.

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