What do health journalists do when reporting from the field is off-limits? Alumnae provide tips for reporting on COVID-19 while in quarantine.
When a Wall Street Journal reporter read about a “too-good-to-be-true” blood-testing device from a company called Theranos, his antennas went up. Ultimately, his curiosity would lead to the biggest and most compelling investigative story he’s ever written.
In November 2019, researchers and reporters shared tips on how to effectively engage with readers about climate change.
Young scientists bring their abstracts and journalism students try to interpret them at a fall workshop, hosted by Glen Nowak, director of UGA’s Center for Health & Risk Communication and Sabriya Rice, Health & Medical Journalism Knight Chair.
Here’s why some Atlanta-based journalists recommend reading your story backwards and getting out of the hospital when writing about health and medicine.