AHCJ announces 2022 National Cancer Reporting fellows

2022 Most cancers Reporting fellows

10 journalists have been chosen for the 2022 Nationwide Cancer Reporting Fellowship. This application, supported by the Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Rely on, will fulfill in human being for the very first time due to the fact 2019. 

The a few-working day education will be held November 14-16 in Bethesda, Md. Fellows will sign up for professionals from the Nationwide Institutes of Well being to raise their comprehension of and ability to report correctly on sophisticated scientific findings, provide insight into the perform of most cancers scientists and to much better localize cancer-associated stories.

“We are psyched that the moment once again the National Most cancers Reporting fellowship will be in individual, giving fellows an insider glimpse and deeper being familiar with of most cancers challenges,” stated Kelsey Ryan, AHCJ executive director. “Many many thanks to our partners at NIH for their collaboration on this fellowship.”

The 2022 fellowship course incorporates:

  • Ed Cara, health reporter, Gizmodo
  •  Jacquelyn Cobb, reporter, The Cancer Letter
  • Ariel Cohen, overall health treatment reporter CQ Roll Contact
  • Eric Fitzsimmons, editor, Most cancers These days
  • Jordan Gass-Poore, creator, producer, reporter, host, “Hazard NJ”
  • Paul Gordon, environmental journalist, conservationist
  •  Katti Grey, core topic chief/psychological health, AHCJ
  • Shi En Kim, everyday living sciences reporter, Chemical & Engineering Information
  • Lindsey Leake, assignments reporter, TCPalm
  • Barbara Mantel, contributing reporter, CQ Researcher, freelance neighborhood correspondent, AHCJ

Instruction session matters will include things like:

  •  Position of most cancers research and care
  •  Well being communications: misinformation and disinformation
  •  Deep dive: Immunotherapy
  • Diet regime and cancer
  •  Well being disparities in most cancers exploration
  • Telling the most cancers story via survivors
  • Cancer data
  • Evaluating most cancers proof

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