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(E) Training for Croatian journalists on health care
By Nenad N. Bach | Published  02/16/2004 | Education | Unrated
(E) Training for Croatian journalists on health care

 

Training for Croatian journalists on health care and health care policy

-- ANNOUNCEMENT OF TRAINING FOR JOURNALISTS

Media Coverage of Health Issues in the Balkans

Applications are being accepted from reporters and editors in Croatia,
Bosnia-Herzegovina, Serbia and Montenegro, and Kosovo for a two-day
training workshop in Sarajevo on 2-3 April, 2004 focusing on media
coverage of health issues in Balkan countries. Regional and
international experts will conduct training sessions aimed at educating
journalists on a wide variety of topics in health care and health
policy, with the goal of helping them improve their coverage of critical
public health issues. Print, online and radio/TV journalists are welcome
to apply.

All travel, accommodation and meal costs for participants will be paid.
This conference is organized by Transitions Online (TOL), a non-profit
media development organization and online news magazine, and funded by
the Swedish International Development Agency and the Open Society
Institute's Mental Disabilities Awareness Program. To apply, please
email a brief letter of interest and your CV to training@tol.cz  by
Friday, 12 March. (Please write “Balkan health” in the subject line.)

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