Panel of International Journalists
A resource for journalists and health experts.
This panel is an outgrowth of Evidence Network’s involvement in the 2014 conference of European health journalists held in Coventry UK, and our sponsorship of a Fulbright fellow in 2013. Fulbright senior specialist Trudy Lieberman has assembled this panel of nine journalists from seven countries who are knowledgeable about aspects of their countries’ health systems and can serve as a resource for journalists all over the globe covering such issues as patient safety; the rising cost of medical care; the marketing, pricing, and regulation of drugs and medical devices; and the workings of their national health insurance arrangements. These are common threads in most countries.
Our hope is that journalists covering health will begin a dialogue with colleagues in other nations and learn from each other. We also hope that this international exchange will foster the development of deeper and more informed stories.
Our panel is also available to health experts who are non-journalists, but who are searching for information about healthcare in other countries. For more details about our panel, see the recent article published in Columbia Journalism Review.
Any material created in collaboration with the International Panel of Journalists is posted to our website with a Creative Commons license. That means anyone can reprint the material with proper attribution, so long as no changes are made.
US Correspondent for EvidenceNetwork.ca and Contributor to the Columbia Journalism Review and Blogger for Health News Review
Health Policy, The U.S. Health System and the Affordable Care Act, Long-Term Care, Health and Aging
212-228-5725 | firstname.lastname@example.org | @Trudy_Lieberman
New York, USA
Ray Moynihan, PhD
Bond University’s Centre for Research in Evidence-Based Practice in Australia
Too much medicine, Conflicts of interest, Overdiagnosis, Evidence-informed healthcare, Pharmaceutical marketing
+61 2 55954482 | email@example.com