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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


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  by
Friday, 12 March. (Please write “Balkan health” in the subject line.)

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