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Resource April 7, 2016

Global Health Journalism: A Powerful Tool for MPH Students

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Image by Paul Nevin. Kenya, 2014.
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As we approach the 2015 deadline for achievement of the Millennium Development Goals, it is clear...

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A child receives an immunization as part of a Kenya Red Cross outreach program in rural West Pokot County, Kenya. For many in the area, the monthly mobile clinic, on a mat rolled out under a tree, is their only contact with the health system. Image by Paul Nevin. Kenya, 2014.
This video interview was developed specifically for our Global Health Lesson Builder Initiative. View, use, or adapt the full lesson here.
Student fellow Paul Nevin and granteeJoanne Silberner talk about the importance of global health journalism and how public health students can use journalism to help people. They talk about the importance of getting information to the public, using journalism to dispel stereotypes and the ethics of reporting on global health.

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