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Center for Health Journalism Fellowships Posts

Here is where you'll find news about the Center for Health Journalism Fellowships program and its participants. Check back often for updates on Fellows and their work, live-blogging of our seminars, and more from our staff.

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What health and safety questions do you have as a journalist reporting during this unprecedented outbreak?
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A reporter sets out to explore Santa Cruz County's persistent homelessness crisis and the health risks it poses to both those without homes and the broader community.
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Why parachuting into these communities when it's editorially convenient is not an accurate representation of how they're coping with regular physical and verbal attacks against them.
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Are parents whose children are being removed from their homes following allegations of abuse and neglect being billed for the cost of foster care and family reunification services? The signs suggest yes.
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A large number of ethnic minorities including Americans of Southeast Asian descent have joined the trucking industry. The risk of coronary heart disease is higher in many of these groups.
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In September of 2019, three people in the Shasta County Jail died within a two-week span. Does that mean my county is an outlier? A reporter seeks some answers.
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The factors and events that lead a person to homelessness are often complicated and messy. They’re also essential to telling the true story of homelessness in a community.
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A series of tragic deaths at these care facilities in recent years may point to systemic deficiencies and underscore the need for substantial reforms.
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More than four decades after the community began arriving in the country en masse, many immigrants still struggle to access culturally competent and sensitive health care.
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Where I live in Los Angeles, it's easy to find a therapist or 20 in a single office building along Wilshire Boulevard. But chances are, most of them don't accept my insurance — or any insurance.

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