The Center for Health Journalism’s Reporting Collaboratives bring together a network of outlets to report on overlooked and underreported health stories. These collaboratives on essential health themes recruit reporters working in multiple languages for print, broadcast and online outlets, pooling resources to overcome newsroom constraints and extending the reach of our collaborative partners. The ensuing stories have catalyzed policy change, spurred research and brought vital attention to issues affecting underserved communities. 

The Center for Health Journalism has teamed up with six ethnic media organizations in California to report together on health equity, community well-being and gaps in health care in a unique collaborative learning effort.

The Center for Health Journalism's "Uncovered California" Collaborative was an innovative reporting venture that brought together print and broadcast outlets across California, all reporting together on the state’s uninsured.

The Center for Health Journalism's “Just One Breath” collaborative brought together outlets from across California to report on the overlooked threat of valley fever.

Six news organizations team up with the Center for Health Journalism to highlight the interplay between immigration status and health.