Showing items tagged with 'health journalism'
4 March 2019: The MJA Awards are now open and are for work first published/broadcast on or between Wednesday February 21, 2018 and Tuesday February 12, 2019. Each award attracts a cash prize of £750, a trophy and an invitation to the MJA Awards ceremony on Wednesday 12 June in London.
8 February 2017: This workshop for health writers will cover the practicalities of publishing a book or long-form journalism
3 August 2016: The NUJ responds to the Daily Mail front page that refers to HIV medicine as a 'lifestyle drug'.
23 March 2015: Writing and reporting on the NHS is becoming a complicated business. This event brought together an expert panel to give tips and discuss the issues.
16 February 2015: With the NHS becoming one of the most controversial issues in the general election campaign, how do reporters, writers and PRs find the stories and represent them fairly? This masterclass, with an expert panel, aims to show how.
10 November 2014: Health Service Journal's Shaun Lintern on why it is important that a "young, underpaid but nonetheless enthusiastic journalist" will be watching what's happening in your town hall.
23 April 2014: A survey shows health writers struggle to keep the public up to date with NHS reforms and health PRs have been forced to act unethically.
20 March 2014: NUJ member Alan Taman explains the importance of the upcoming health journalism conference for NUJ members and other media professionals.
30 January 2014: This is the second International Conference on Health Journalism to be held at Coventry University, aimed at working journalists, NHS PRs, lecturers in journalism and journalism students.
24 January 2014: Speakers John Lister and Gay Lee will lead a discussion on reporting the NHS and finding "the truth" amid the onslaught of propaganda from government, PRs, lobbyists and campaigners.