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Center for Health Journalism Fellowships Posts

Here is where you'll find news about the Center for Health Journalism Fellowships program and its participants. Check back often for updates on Fellows and their work, live-blogging of our seminars, and more from our staff.

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While city residents turned to Zoom, Amazon and Netlifx during COVID-19, the digital divide has left many residents of a Washington state tribal reservation shut out of "normal life."
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The USC Annenberg Center for Health Journalism is happy to announce the 24 journalists from around the country taking part in its 2021 National Fellowship.
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When Philadelphia's Hahnemann Hospital closed, the city lost one of its few remaining maternity wards. But reporting on the fallout proved tougher than expected, as two radio reporters explain.
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An advocacy group in the Bay Area that works with South Asian clients has reported a pandemic spike in domestic violence calls, with two to three cases of abandonment a week.
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Wired is looking for a senior health writer; Buzzfeed News is seeking a deputy inequality editor.
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6/9 Webinar: The vaccine tipping point; Latinos face barriers to vaccine; confusion from new CDC guidelines; virtual learning disastrous for special needs students
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New York & Michigan Solutions Journalism Collaborative is looking for a caregiving project editor. The 19th is seeking a caregiving reporter.
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Business owners of color less likely to benefit from federal aid, vaccination programs pivot with July 4 hopes, Pfizer vaccines for kids coming
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Renters struggle to access aid, at-home COVID tests finally take off, millions miss second shots
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Experts and advocates working to combat domestic violence share insights in hopes of spurring smarter coverage.



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