Trudy Lieberman, a journalist for more than 40 years, is the past president of the Association of Health Care Journalists in the U.S. and an adjunct associate professor of public health at the CUNY School of Public Health. She is a long time contributor to the Columbia Journalism Review and blogs for its website, CJR.org, about media coverage of healthcare, Social Security and retirement. She was a fellow at the Center for Advancing Health and regularly contributed to the Prepared Patient blog. She is a contributor to HealthNewsReview. She has had a long career at Consumer Reports specializing in insurance, health care, health care financing and long-term care. She is also a media advisor to EvidenceNetwork.ca.
Reports by Trudy Lieberman:
Interviews by Trudy Lieberman:
Commentaries by Trudy Lieberman:
The Canadian doctor who prescribes income to treat poverty
Canada and U.S. both ration healthcare – they just do it differently // Les soins de santé sont rationnés différemment au Canada qu’aux États Unis
U.S., Canadian health care systems share some challenges // Les défis qu’ont en commun les systèmes de soins de santé canadien et américain
David Dodge on why health care costs so much // Entretien avec David Dodge sur le coût élevé des soins de santé
Comparing U.S., Canadian health care systems // Comparaison des systèmes de soins de santé canadien et américain
This doctor treats poverty like a disease
The great Canadian experiment to house the homeless
Videos by Trudy Lieberman:
Events by Trudy Lieberman:
Outcomes of the Trudy Lieberman cross-Canada tour:
- Trudy’s complete cross-Canada tour is captured on Storify
- Read the following OpEd by Janna Stam: What the future of American health care means for Canada
- From the Montreal visit: Pitfalls in Health Policy Reporting: A World Café. A Final Report
- Watch the following video from the Toronto visit: Talking to the Press: Communicating your Research to the Public (October 17, 2013)
- Watch the following video with Trudy Lieberman: Tools for communicating research to the public (2.2 min)
She visited as a Fulbright Scholar (See Fulbright Canada).
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