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Medical flat lay background. COVID 19 healthcare medicine concept. Full frame shot of face mask placed with stethoscope and medical scrubs. All are on green background. Knolling concept.

Reporting on Health: What 18 Journalists Wish They’d Known from the Start

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by · September 1, 2020 · Comments are Disabled
Freelancing in the Time of Coronavirus

Freelancing in the Time of Coronavirus

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by · August 18, 2020 · Comments are Disabled
How to Find Patient Stories on Social Media

How to Find Patient Stories on Social Media

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by · August 11, 2020 · Comments are Disabled
The "Warming Stripes" graphic represents, in a simple visual form, the change in temperature (in this case, globally) over the past 100+ years.

Interrogating Data: A Science Writer’s Guide to Data Journalism

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by · July 28, 2020 · Comments are Disabled
What to Do When a Source Asks to See Your Unpublished Copy

What to Do When a Source Asks to See Your Unpublished Copy

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by · June 30, 2020 · Comments are Disabled
Entering Science Writing as a Child of Immigrants

Entering Science Writing as a Child of Immigrants

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by · June 16, 2020 · Comments are Disabled
A Photojournalist’s Eye: Taking Photos to Accompany Science Stories

A Photojournalist’s Eye: Taking Photos to Accompany Science Stories

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by · June 9, 2020 · Comments are Disabled
Problems with Preprints: Covering Rough-Draft Manuscripts Responsibly

Problems with Preprints: Covering Rough-Draft Manuscripts Responsibly

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by · June 1, 2020 · Comments are Disabled
Reading and Negotiating a Freelance Contract

Reading and Negotiating a Freelance Contract

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by · May 26, 2020 · Comments are Disabled
Editors’ Roundtable: Managing Pandemic Coverage

Editors’ Roundtable: Managing Pandemic Coverage

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by · May 7, 2020 · 1 comment
Lights, Camera, Interview: Getting the Most out of a Video Interview

Lights, Camera, Interview: Getting the Most out of a Video Interview

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by · April 21, 2020 · Comments are Disabled
COVID-19 Reporting Diaries: March 25–31, 2020

COVID-19 Reporting Diaries: March 25–31, 2020

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by · April 7, 2020 · 3 comments
Tip Sheet: Covering the Coronavirus Epidemic Effectively without Spreading Misinformation

Tip Sheet: Covering the Coronavirus Epidemic Effectively without Spreading Misinformation

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by · March 2, 2020 · 13 comments
So You Think You Can’t Draw? A Beginner’s Guide to Graphic Journalism

So You Think You Can’t Draw? A Beginner’s Guide to Graphic Journalism

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by · February 18, 2020 · Comments are Disabled
Gut Check: Working with a Sensitivity Reader

Gut Check: Working with a Sensitivity Reader

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by · January 21, 2020 · 1 comment
Videogram: How a Vox Video Explains the Science behind the First Photo of a Black Hole

Videogram: How a Vox Video Explains the Science behind the First Photo of a Black Hole

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by · January 7, 2020 · Comments are Disabled
Say What? A Non-Scientific Comparison of Automated Transcription Services

Say What? A Non-Scientific Comparison of Automated Transcription Services

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by · December 17, 2019 · 5 comments
On the Shortage of Spanish-Language Science Journalism in U.S. Media

On the Shortage of Spanish-Language Science Journalism in U.S. Media

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by · December 10, 2019 · Comments are Disabled
Writing Your Disability or Chronic Illness

Writing Your Disability or Chronic Illness

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by · October 29, 2019 · 2 comments
Riding the Emotional Roller Coaster of Being a Science Writer

Riding the Emotional Roller Coaster of Being a Science Writer

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by · October 15, 2019 · 3 comments
Invisible Science: Why Are Latin American Science Stories Absent in European and U.S. Media Outlets?

Invisible Science: Why Are Latin American Science Stories Absent in European and U.S. Media Outlets?

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by · September 24, 2019 · 6 comments
Solutions Journalism for Science Reporters

Solutions Journalism for Science Reporters

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by · September 17, 2019 · 2 comments
Jean Friedman-Rudovsky (left) showing photographs on her camera to a group of kids living near sugar cane fields outside of Santa Cruz, Bolivia, in 2011, while reporting a story on the unionization of child workers.

The Do’s and Don’ts of Community Engagement

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by · September 3, 2019 · Comments are Disabled
What to Expect When You’re Expecting as a Freelancer

What to Expect When You’re Expecting as a Freelancer

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by · August 27, 2019 · Comments are Disabled