Taking the Pulse of National Health Care Media
From CBS Sunday Morning to Women’s Health Magazine
Health care has never been more challenging for national health care journalists. So they must rely on a variety of resources for their coverage. You could become one of those sources by introducing yourself to this informed panel, or reconnecting with some of your long-time contacts.
Moderated by Suzanne McBride, Charr of the Communications and Media Innovation Departnment at Columbia College Chicago.
Panel members to date:
Stephanie Siegel, NBC Today Show Producer
Charlie Brooks, Producer for CBS Evening News, CBS This Morning and CBS Sunday Morning
K. Aleisha Fetters, writer for Women’s Health, USNews.com, TIME.com, Runner’s World, Sports Illustrated, Weight Watchers and others
Lori Rackl, travel and health editor at the Chicago Tribune
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