The chronically ill, individuals living with disability, and those who care about them are increasingly speaking out.
Researchers detail yet another instance of a predictive formula that can disadvantage Black patients.
Priska Neely, managing editor of Gulf States Newsroom, and Cheryl Giscombe, a distinguished professor at UNC Chapel Hill, shine new light on a decades-old disparity.
The pair discuss how they approached their award-winning series, and share tips on how reporters can conduct similar investigations in their region.
The Post and Courier is looking for a health reporter. Kaiser Family Foundation is seeking a digital strategist.
The Atlanta shooting served as a catalyst for a group of Asian American researchers to launch a new survey they hope will foreground the wellbeing and mental health of younger Asian Americans.
The Seattle Times is looking for a health reporter. The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel is seeking a justice and equity editor.
Why journalists should take data on the pandemic’s toll on people of color with a grain of salt.
Buzzfeed is looking for a health editor. Science News is seeking a web producer.
Can a new data portal help remedy some of the persistent data gaps on health disparities?