How Journalists Can Build Healthy and Equitable Communities

From a post on by Mathew Ingram:

The Collaborative on Media & Messaging for Health and Social Policy—a project that is affiliated with Wesleyan University in Connecticut, the University of Minnesota, and Cornell University—has launched a new website it says is designed to help explore the question of how journalists can build healthy and equitable communities. The site features a resource library that collects research work relevant to media and messaging for health policy, and the group of institutions says that this “body of evidence can provide a road map for shifting opinions and changing narratives to advance health equity, while identifying potential obstacles and pitfalls to avoid along the way.” The resource library is searchable by focus area, research methodology, type of media, and specific topics, the collaborative project said in a statement.

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