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Health Media Jobs and Opportunities: Intern and Full-Time Jobs Available in Washington, D.C.

Health Media Jobs and Opportunities: Intern and Full-Time Jobs Available in Washington, D.C.

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Job Listings

Associate Editor, FierceHealthIT
Location:
 
Washington, D.C.
Status: 
Full-Time
Job Type:
 Print/Online

Health Care Reporter, National Journal
Location:
 
Washington, D.C.
Status: 
Full-Time
Job Type:
 Print/Online

Intern, U.S. News & World Report
Location:
 
Washington, D.C.
Status: 
Full-Time, Temporary
Job Type:
 Print/Online

Associate Editor, Health Affairs
Location:
 
Betheseda, MD
Status: 
Full-Time
Job Type:
 Print/Online

Health/Sciene Reporter, The Gainesville Sun
Location:
 
Gainesville, FL
Status: 
Full-Time
Job Type:
 Print/Online

Health Reporter, Tech Times
Location:
 
New York, NY
Status: 
Full-Time
Job Type:
 Print/Online

Director, Pan American Health Organization
Location:
 
Washington, D.C.
Status: 
Full-Time
Job Type:
 Communication

Associate Editor/Editor, Education Advisory Board Daily Briefing
Location:
 
Washington, D.C.
Status: 
Full-Time
Medium:
 Print/Online

Staff Writer, The News Division - Advisory Board Company
Location:
 
Washington, D.C.
Status: 
Full-Time
Medium:
 Print/Online

Senior Staff Writer, Journal of the American Medical Association
Location:
 
Chicago, IL
Status: 
Full-Time
Medium:
 Print/Online

Intern, Retraction Watch
Location:
 
Remote Office
Status: 
Part-Time or Full-Time
Medium:
 Online

Reporter, FDAnews 
Location:
 
Falls Church, VA
Status: 
Full-Time
Medium:
 Print/Online

Health/Science Web Writer, University of California, San Francisco
Location:
 
San Francisco, CA
Status: 
Temporary
Medium:
 Online

Health & Science Reporter, St. Louis Public Radio
Location:
 
St. Louis, MO
Status: 
Full-Time
Medium:
 Broadcast

Awards, Fellowships and Workshops

Training and Webinar, The Maynard Institute
From the website: Journalists working with ethnic media or media targeting underserved communities in California are invited to apply for training in covering mental health issues. The training is free and consists of two 90-minute webinars on May 20 and 21. Those who complete the training and who publish or broadcast a story that addresses mental health in their community will be eligible for a $500 award. Freelancers are welcome to apply.
Application Information: This program is underwritten by the Entertainment Industries Council. The Maynard Institute is assisting with recruitment. For more information and the application, please contact Evelyn Hsu, MIJE senior director, programs and operations, at ehsu@mije.org.

Call for Proposals on Global Health, Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting
From the website: We are seeking ambitious, enterprise reporting projects on global health and the future of the global development agenda. We are maintaining our ongoing interest in reproductive health, food security, sanitation, and HIV/AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis. We are also looking for proposals that surface new or neglected issues and perspectives in global health.
Deadline: Rolling
Requirements: Proposals must include a credible plan for broad distribution of the resulting work. Applicants should demonstrate interest from editors or producers working in wide-reaching U.S. or European news media outlets. Letters from editors or producers who have worked with you in the past, and are interested in working with you again, are encouraged.

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