AHCJ announces 2022 National Cancer Reporting fellows

2022 Cancer Reporting fellows

10 journalists have been chosen for the 2022 Nationwide Most cancers Reporting Fellowship. This plan, supported by the Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Belief, will satisfy in person for the very first time considering that 2019. 

The three-working day training will be held November 14-16 in Bethesda, Md. Fellows will join experts from the National Institutes of Wellbeing to improve their being familiar with of and ability to report accurately on complex scientific results, provide insight into the work of cancer scientists and to far better localize cancer-connected stories.

“We are enthusiastic that after again the Countrywide Cancer Reporting fellowship will be in individual, offering fellows an insider look and deeper understanding of cancer problems,” explained Kelsey Ryan, AHCJ government director. “Many many thanks to our companions at NIH for their collaboration on this fellowship.”

The 2022 fellowship class consists of:

  • Ed Cara, health and fitness reporter, Gizmodo
  •  Jacquelyn Cobb, reporter, The Most cancers Letter
  • Ariel Cohen, well being treatment reporter CQ Roll Get in touch with
  • Eric Fitzsimmons, editor, Cancer Nowadays
  • Jordan Gass-Poore, creator, producer, reporter, host, “Hazard NJ”
  • Paul Gordon, environmental journalist, conservationist
  •  Katti Gray, main subject chief/mental health and fitness, AHCJ
  • Shi En Kim, lifetime sciences reporter, Chemical & Engineering Information
  • Lindsey Leake, assignments reporter, TCPalm
  • Barbara Mantel, contributing reporter, CQ Researcher, freelance community correspondent, AHCJ

Training session subjects will include:

  •  Position of cancer analysis and treatment
  •  Health and fitness communications: misinformation and disinformation
  •  Deep dive: Immunotherapy
  • Diet and cancer
  •  Wellbeing disparities in most cancers investigation
  • Telling the most cancers tale by means of survivors
  • Cancer information
  • Evaluating cancer proof

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