Transforming Health Care Through Evidence and Collaboration
Transforming Health Care Through Evidence and Collaboration

Journalism Grants

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NIHCM Foundation supports timely health care journalism that informs efforts to improve the health of Americans and that examines emerging health issues and their implications for cost, quality, access, preparedness or equity. Grants provide funding for:

  • health reporting
  • educational opportunities for health care reporters
  • support for documentary films and their public engagement campaigns

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Application Information

The deadline for the 2020-2021 round of grant making has passed. NIHCM will notify the grant winners in the fall.

Journalism Grantee News

The Conversation
Articles on Aging in America
The Conversation
This series of articles explores aging during COVID-19; research on aging-related diseases and disorders; health care delivery; and evidence-based solutions.

COVID-19 Webinar Miniseries
Alliance for Health Policy
This COVID-19 Webinar Miniseries synthesizes the information in the headlines to provide cohesive insight into the status of the response and remaining gaps in the system that must be addressed to limit the severity of the COVID-19 outbreak in the United States.

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Covering Coronavirus
USC Annenberg Center for Health Journalism
This is a special webinar series that provides urgent tips, resources and insights for anyone tracking the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Health Coverage Fellowship: 2020 Zoom Session Recordings
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts Foundation
These Zoom sessions explore a variety of topics during COVID-19 such as behavioral health, racial and other health disparities, and how COVID-19 is being covered by journalists.

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Public Policy Productions/WNET
Airing on PBS April 6, 2020, Broken Places explores why some children are severely damaged by early adversity while others are able to thrive. By revisiting childhood trauma victims profiled decades ago, we learn how their experiences shaped their lives as adults.