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Health Media Jobs & Opportunities: New fellowships and multimedia health opportunities now available

Health Media Jobs & Opportunities: New fellowships and multimedia health opportunities now available

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Professional Development Opportunity
Apply now for the 2016 National Health Journalism Fellowship at USC Annenberg's Center for Health Journalism, the publisher of this website.  We'll bring you to Los Angeles for July 17-21 for 4 1/2 days of workshops, seminars and field trips and send you home with a $2,000-$10,000 reporting grant to underwrite reporting on community health, child health; welfare and well-being; or health care reform. Click here for details.

 

Job Listings

Multimedia Health News Editor, WUSF Public Media
Location: Tampa, FL
Status: Full-Time 
Job Type: Online

Multimedia Journalist - Science, Health & Technology, Circa, LLC
Location: Arlington, VA
Status: Full-Time 
Job Type: Broadcast

Health and Medicine Editor, The Conversation US (via mediabistro.com)
Location: Atlanta, GA
Status: Full-Time 
Job Type: Online/Print

Health Reporter, Business Insider
Location: New York, NY
Status: Full-Time 
Job Type: Online

Healthcare Reporter, Merced Sun-Star
Location: Merced, California
Status: Full-Time 
Job Type: Online/Print

Health Care Reporter, Capital Public Radio
Location: Sacramento, CA
Status: Full-Time 
Job Type: Radio

Health News Internship, ABC 7 KABC-TV
Location: Glendale, CA
Status: Full-Time, Temporary
Job Type: Broadcast

Sr. Health Editor, WebMD
Location: Atlanta, GA
Status: Full-Time 
Job Type: Online

Science & Health Reporter, IBTimes.com
Location: United States
Status: Full-Time 
Job Type: Online

Consumer Health Reporter, Bloomberg (via mediabistro.com)
Location: New York, NY
Status: Full-Time 
Job Type: Online/Print

Health Freelance Content Writer/Editor, About.com (via mediabistro.com)
Location: Unspecified
Status: Part-Time 
Job Type: Online

Health Reporter, Salt Lake Tribune
Location: Salt Lake City, UT
Status: Full-Time 
Job Type: Online/Print

Deputy Managing Editor, University of Minnesota - HealthNewsReview.org
Location: Minneapolis, MN
Status: Full-Time 
Job Type: Online/Print

Reporter, Health & Science Desk, WHHY - The Pulse
Location: Philadelphia, PA
Status: Full-Time 
Job Type: Online

Senior Editor - Healthcare Beat, Industry Drive
Location: Washington, D.C.
Status: Full-Time 
Job Type: Digita Media

Business of Health Care Reporter, The Dallas Morning News
Location: Dallas, TX
Status: Full-Time 
Job Type: Online/Print

Health Reporter, Detroit Free Press
Location: Detroit, MI
Status: Full-Time 
Job Type: Online/Print

Digital Health Editor, KQED, Future of You
Location: San Francisco, CA
Status: Full-Time 
Job Type: Online/Broadcast

Senior Editor, Health Dialog
Location: Boston, MA
Status: Full-Time
Job Type: Online

Deputy Senior Supervising Editor, Science and Food, Science Desk, NPR
Location: Washington, D.C.
Status: Full-Time 
Job Type: Broadcast

Investigative Lead Reporter - Health, Consumer Protection Organization
Location: New York, NY
Status: Full-Time 
Job Type: Online/Print

Healthcare Writer, Targetbase
Location: Irving, TX
Status: Full-Time
Job Type: Online/Print

Public Health Writer/Editor, Bureau of Primary Health Care (BPHC)
Location: Rockville, MD
Status: Full-Time
Job Type: Online/Print

Healthcare Reporter, BioPharm Insight
Location: New York, NY
Status: Full-Time
Job Type: Online

Community Editor, Center for Health Journalism
Location: Alhambra, CA
Status: Full-Time
Job Type: Online

Fellowships

Journalism Fellowship, International Center for Journalists
Information:
 The International Center for Journalists (ICFJ) and Malaria No More have created a new program called “Covering Malaria Elimination in Africa: A Fellowship for U.S. Journalists.” The program will give seven U.S. journalists the opportunity to travel to Tanzania for a five-day study tour. Journalists will come away with a deeper understanding of what strategies have led to the progress on malaria, and what it will take to end the disease for good. Journalists should be working for a print, online and/or broadcast news outlet in one of the following capacities: based in the United States and working full time for a local or international news outlet; working as a foreign correspondent for a U.S. outlet; or working as a freelancer who publishes in U.S. outlets
Deadline:
March 14, 2016

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