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“In a weird and dark way, it’s a good time to be a health reporter," one freelancer said.
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Each Monday, while the pandemic runs its course, The Coronavirus Files will provide tips and resources and highlight exemplary work to help you with your reporting.
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“You can’t allow a lack of data to stop you from reporting," says Poynter's Al Tompkins. "Report what you don’t have and constantly pound on that.”
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Health Media Jobs & Opportunities: The Washington Post is looking for a researcher for its Health 202 and Energy 202 newsletters
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This week, we’re proud to welcome 23 journalists from around the nation to our annual 2020 National Fellowship.
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“We just have to work a little harder, think a little harder and write a little more clearly to help the public understand what they need to understand.”
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Journalist Linda Villarosa shares her process behind those stunning New York Times Magazine cover stories.
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When journalists tell the stories police feed them, without question, they amplify bias, stereotypes and fear.
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How do you cover the fake cures without giving them more oxygen than they deserve?
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A reporter learns to diversify her tactics to find more diverse families for a series on the rise of Type 1 diabetes.

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