Reporting Research

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Barriers to effective health journalism

Posted in: Learning & Impact

This paper examines the barriers to effective health journalism. The paper draws on data collected by the Health Journalism Partnership on the state of support for health journalism worldwide.

Reporting health research

Posted in: Learning & Impact

This case study shares recommendations and details the lessons learned during a communications project to improve media reporting on tuberculosis (TB) in Zambia.

Debating media coverage of sexual and reproductive health in Bangladesh

Posted in: Projects

This Wellcome Trust funded-pilot project worked with researchers, journalists, publics and affected communities in Bangladesh to spark informed and inclusive debate on sexual and reproductive health (SRH) information, rights and access to services, informed by health research. The project was carried out by Panos London in partnership with Panos South Asia and BRAC School of Public Health, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

Reporting research: using evidence for effective journalism

Posted in: Practical Resources

Researchers around the world investigate vital issues relevant to everyday life and yet the findings are largely confined to the academic community. This guide provides evidence and guidance on the importance of reporting research.

Good choice: the right to sexual and reproductive health

Posted in: Practical Resources

Access to sexual and reproductive health services is vital in preventing unnecessary deaths of men and women. Yet around the world, governments and health organisations do not prioritise spending on these services.