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Health & Media Opportunities: Louisville Public Media is looking for a health reporter

Health & Media Opportunities: Louisville Public Media is looking for a health reporter

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Health Reporter, Louisville Public Media
Locations: Louisville, Kentucky
Status: Full-time
Job Type: Online
 
Equity Issues Editor, The Arizona Republic
Locations: Phoenix, Arizona
Status: Full-time
Job Type: Online
 
Environment and Climate Change Writer, The Christian Science Monitor
Locations: Boston, Massachusetts
Status: Full-time
Job Type: Online
 
Mind & Body Writer, Inverse/Bustle
Locations: Remote
Status: Part-time
Job Type: Online
 
Investigative/Data Reporter, Word in Black
Locations: Remote
Status: Contract
Job Type: Online
Email Nick Charles at nick.charles@localmedia.org to apply
 
Locations: Remote
Status: Full-time
Job Type: Online
 
Health Reporter, Beyond Type 1
Locations: Remote
Status: Full-time
Job Type: Online
 
Managing Editor, Cancer Treatment Centers of America
Locations: Remote
Status: Full-time
Job Type: Online
 
Writer/Editor, Health Programs, The Pew Charitable Trust
Locations: Washington, D.C.
Status: Full-time
Job Type: Online
 
Editorial and Production Assistant, Health Affairs
Locations: Bethesda, Maryland
Status: Full-time
Job Type: Online
 
Product and Development Manager, Health Affairs
Locations: Washington, D.C.
Status: Full-time
Job Type: Online
 
Freelance Podcast Producer, Food & Environment Reporting Network
Locations: Mississippi River Basin
Status: Full-time
Job Type: Online
 
Locations: Atlanta, Boston, or New York City
Status: Full-time
Job Type: Online
 
Locations: Remote
Status: Part-time
Job Type: Online
 
Health Reporter, The Desert Sun
Locations: Palm Springs, California
Status: Full-time
Job Type: Online
 
Health Reporter, The Oklahoman
Locations: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Status: Full-time
Job Type: Online
 
Housing Reporter, CalMatters
Locations: Sacramento, California
Status: Full-time
Job Type: Online
 
Managing Editor, inewsource
Locations: San Diego, California
Status: Full-time
Job Type: Online
 
Locations: Boston, Massachusetts 
Status: Full-time
Job Type: Online
 
Locations: Arlington, Virginia
Status: Full-time
Job Type: Online
 
Locations: Los Angeles, California
Status: Per-diem
Job Type: Online
 
Food Apartheid Reporter, Dallas Morning News/ Dallas Free Press
Locations: Dallas, Texas
Status: Full-time, 5 month contract
Job Type: Online
 
Managing Editor, The Trace
Locations: Remote
Status: Full-time
Job Type: Online
 
Story Editor, The Trace
Locations: Remote
Status: Full-time
Job Type: Online
 
Freelance Writers, No Patient Left Behind
Locations: Remote
Status: Freelance
Job Type: Online
Email Lynda Gorove at lyndagorov@gmail.com to apply
 
Health and Technology Reporter, Cincinatti Business Courier
Locations: Cincinatti, Ohio
Status: Full-time
Job Type: Online
 
Locations: Rochester, New York
Status: Full-time
Job Type: Online
 
Communications Writer, Stand Up To Cancer
Locations: Los Angeles, California or New York 
Status: Temp with option for extension
Job Type: Online
 
EarthBeat Editor, National Catholic Reporter
Locations: Kansas City, Missouri (does not have to be located there)
Status: Full-time
Job Type: Online
 
Investigative Reporter, COVID-19, Voter Suppression, Wisconsin Watch
Locations: Madison, Wisconsin
Status: Full-time
Job Type: Online
 
Locations: Remote
Status: Full-time, Contract 
Job Type: Online
  
Location: Boston, MA
Status: Full-time
Job Type: Broadcast
 
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The annual Fellowship, to be held April 12-16, 2021, will provide project funding, mentorship, interactive workshops and inspiring discussions by health policy experts, community health practitioners and journalists. Fellows will leave with a better understanding of the virus' uneven toll within California communities, as well how inequities influence health and life outcomes even in normal times. Deadline to apply: Monday, March 1 at 5:00pm. For more information: http://bit.ly/39nmm8w

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