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Fellows visit the Mayo Clinic simulation lab and see how medical students learn how to deal with high-pressure situations such as the emergency room, operating room and more.
Participants experience the training that medical students receive. Two Mayo Clinic medical school professors share techniques and fellows are invited to practice their interviewing skills.
Hear a roundtable discussion with Mayo Clinic and ASU professors regarding the challenges women face in medicine today.
Receive training from a Pulitzer Prize-winning editor about how to use data to make your journalism skills stronger.
Be guided through a process for effective narrative writing by a Cronkite professor and former New York Times bureau chief and author.
Visit a Mayo Clinic lab where mathematics and augmented reality come together to improve medical outcomes.
The Mayo Clinic-Cronkite program is a great opportunity for health care journalists to learn more about the issues they cover and to hone their craft. The sessions with Mayo experts gave us a window into one of the biggest hospitals in the country. I found the sessions with Cronkite's excellent journalism professors to be particularly valuable. As a mid-career reporter, it was helpful to receive advice from these professors that I can apply to my everyday work.”
The Mayo Clinic-Cronkite fellowship introduced me to such talented journalists and expanded my network. I learned so much from story ideation, to the latest in medical technologies, to what goes on behind the scenes of a documentary. I came away inspired and motivated to push myself more as a journalist. I'm so honored to be part of the inaugural class.”
Lindsey Bever, general assignment reporter, The Washington Post, Washington, D.C.
Amy Birnbaum, medical news reporter, “CBS Evening News,” New York
Kaitlyn Chana, founder and president, Reel Stories. Real People., Inc., Jacksonville, Florida
Hyacinth Empinado, multimedia producer, STAT, Boston
Sherry Hsieh, editor of startups and health, Orange County Business Journal, Irvine, California
Caroline Kee, health writer and reporter, BuzzFeed, New York
Beth Kutscher, senior news editor/healthcare, LinkedIn, San Francisco
Andy Marso, health care reporter, Kansas City Star, The Kansas City, Missouri
Ashley May, multi-platform producer, USA Today, Washington, D.C.
Lesley McClurg, science and health reporter, KQED/NPR, San Francisco
Priyanka Dayal McCluskey, health care reporter, The Boston Globe, Boston
Anahad O’Connor, health reporter, The New York Times, San Francisco
Shelia Poole, reporter, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Atlanta
Sabriya Rice, health care reporter, The Dallas Morning News, Dallas
Kristen Jordan Shamus, columnist/reporter, Detroit Free Press, Detroit
Maria Alesia Sosa, digital journalist, Univision Noticias, Miami