WASHINGTON — How can a start-up global health NGO get its work featured in the press? (Answer: Don’t use “academese,” but do send your peer-reviewed paper.) How can medical students seeking to do video reporting get their foot in the door? (Answer: Pick a narrow topic, make sure editorial and technical standards are up to par.) And why
Deputy editor Marissa Miley joined a panel discussion about “the story behind the story” for global health reporting at the annual meeting of the Consortium of Universities for Global Health.