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Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication, University of Georgia

LOCATION: Athens, GA, U.S.A.


FOCUS AREA: Children / Families, Education, Health Care Delivery, Housing / Neighborhoods, Immigration, Income & Wealth, Jobs & Work, Media / Journalism, Mental health / Psychology, Public Health, Public Policy, Race / Ethnicity

HEALTH EQUITY INITIATIVES: Through our Knight Chair in Health and Medical Journalism we work to educate journalists on health related issues in particular those affecting rural areas and underrepresented populations. Health disparities in the Southeast are a focus for outreach and public service, education, and research for many schools and colleges at the University of Georgia. We have a new graduate program in health/medical journalism that emphasizes inequities; faculty members research how health information is obtained and used by low income consumers; and we organize trainings for reporters covering health/medicine for small market and ethnic news organizations in the South.

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Diane Murray
Director of Public Service and Outreach

Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication, University of Georgia
Athens, GA 30602

Phone number: 706-542-5038