Post Episode 9: Mothers dying at an increasing rate in the United States

  In Episode 9, Post reviews reporting about maternal health care in the United States. As reported by various media outlets, mothers in the U.S. are dying at increasing rates — while those rates are dropping in most other developed countries, including in Germany, France and Japan. This show highlights in-depth reporting by 11 Alive … Continued

Using digital stories to fight institutionalism in nursing homes

After I complete my RJI Fellowship I want to test digital storytelling in the context of long-term care. These stories would be about nursing home residents, ideally written by journalism organizations, with the goal of improving care or interaction between residents and staff. I was a nursing home administrator during part of my health care … Continued

RJI announces its 2015-2016 class of fellows

From exploring journalistic opportunities for wearable technology to helping smaller community newspapers provide digital services for advertisers, the ninth fellowship class of the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute continues RJI’s commitment to nurturing and strengthening journalism’s service to citizens and their communities. This year’s residential, nonresidential and institutional fellowships were chosen from among 225 applicants … Continued