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As part of the Center for Health Journalism Fellowship, journalists work with a senior fellow to develop a special project. Recent projects have examined health disparities by ZIP code in the San Francisco Bay Area, anxiety disorders and depression in the Hispanic immigrant community in Washington state, and the importance of foreign-born doctors to health care in rural communities.

Kim Moore sits on her bed in a small unit of an unpermitted Mid-City apartment complex cited by the city in 2019.
Part Two explores the dramatic decline in city housing inspections during the pandemic — and what that has meant for tenants struggling to keep a roof over their head
Maravilla senior living community residents gather for an Earth Day celebration in April.
After months of isolation, residents start getting together again for meals and activities, including a symbolic tree planting.
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The saga of tenants at one dilapidated Mid-City housing complex is emblematic of a citywide problem that got worse during the pandemic.
Norma Lazcano places potatoes in a bag at a food pick-up site at the Los Robles Ronald McNair Academy in East Palo Alto on May19
The pandemic challenged child nutrition leaders to rethink strategies for getting school meals to those in need.
Novel coronavirus testing has been a critical part of outbreak prevention efforts throughout Santa Barbara County.
County officials helped coordinate staffing resources and frequent testing for skilled nursing workers and residents.
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An action plan shared by the FDA earlier this year showed how the regulator is thinking about future regulations for AI and machine learning in healthcare. But the agency still has several big questions to address as it prepares to roll out new guidance.
Santa Barbara resident Ashleigh Shue, daughter of Joseph Richard Sizoo II, with a family photograph taken
An investigation of Santa Barbara County COVID-19 outbreaks reveals the virus’ toll in long-term care homes.
MedCity Pivot Podcast
It's important for clinicians to consider AI recommendations with a critical eye, the same as they would for any other test, said Dr. Erich Huang, Director of Duke Forge.
om Nguyen, founder of L.A. Progressive Shooters, at the Route 66 Shooting Park in San Bernardino, CA. March 27, 2021.
This program was produced by Monica Lopez as part of a project of the USC Annenberg Center for Health Journalism Data Fellowship 
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The legislature approved provisions requiring parents be notified before their child is sent for an involuntary psychiatric exam.

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