Registration is currently ongoing for the Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas’ online course on mental health and journalism.
The online course is made available with support from the Carter Center and in collaboration with the Self-Investigation.
Entitled, “Mental health and journalism: How journalists can responsibly report on it and take care of themselves,” the course will be held June 27 to July 31.
During the five-week massive open online course, students will learn how to take care of their mental health in a stressful industry, as well as how to report on mental health issues with greater accuracy and empathy.
Participants who meet all of the course requirements and pay an administrative fee of US$30 will receive a certificate of completion.
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DEADLINE: JULY 15, 2022 — The African Fact-Checking Awards 2022 seek entries from journalists, journalism students, and professional fact-checkers across the continent. APPLY HERE
DEADLINE: AUGUST 1, 2022 —Journalists around the world can submit their best science reporting for the 2022 AAAS Kavli Science Journalism Awards contest. APPLY HERE
DEADLINE: AUGUST 14, 2022 — Applications are invited for the Stories of Africa, a youth storytelling contest that aims to amplify critical voices from across the African continent. APPLY HERE
DEADLINE: AUGUST 15, 2022 — Applications are invited for the 2022 Sir Harry Evans Global Fellowship in Investigative Journalism. APPLY HERE
DEADLINE: AUGUST 16, 2022 —The National Press Foundation is offering an online conference for journalists who wish to cover rare diseases from October 17-18, 2022. APPLY HERE
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