Knight Center offers mental health and journalism webinar

THE Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas, with support from The Carter Center and in collaboration with The Self-Investigation, is inviting registrations for its online course on the topic: ‘Mental health and journalism: How journalists can responsibly report on it and take care of themselves’.

The course is slated for June 27, 2022, to July 31, 2022.


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    Journalists worldwide can enroll in an online course.

    During this five-week online course, participants 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.

    A certificate of completion is available for participants who meet all of the course requirements and pay an administrative fee of US$30.

    Registration is ongoing, interested applicants can register here.

    Blessing Otoibhi is a Multimedia Journalist and Anchor host for the News in 60 seconds at The International Center For Investigative Reporting. You can shoot her a mail via [email protected] or connect on Twitter @B_otoibhi

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