The USC Center for Health Journalism strongly condemns the xenophobic and racist remarks recently made by Nebraska Gov. Jim Pillen against Yanqi Xu of the Flatwater Free Press.
The webinar covers abortion access updates, policy developments, impacts on marginalized groups, and challenges for physicians, highlighting the potential effects of the end of Roe v. Wade protections.
20 talented journalists were selected to participate in our 2023 National Fellowship to report on issues affecting child, youth and family health and well-being in the United States.
In this webinar, we’ll look at how the loss of the pandemic’s Medicaid protections are impacting vulnerable families across the country and take a close look at Arkansas, using the state as a bellwether for the broader trend of coverage losses unfolding nationally.
The Center for Health Journalism has awarded $44,000 in reporting grants from its 2023 Domestic Violence Impact Reporting Fund to support fresh reporting on domestic violence as a public health issue.
The National Fellowship provides journalists a chance to step away from breaking news to take a deep look together at pervasive health inequities in the United States. Apply by May 28!
Join us for a conversation with Dr. Anthony Fauci as he reflects on his tenure as the Chief Medical Advisor to the President.