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Media Relations Manager
The Public Interest Network
Full description here: https://publicinterestnetwork.org/media-relations-manager.html -- contact Mark Morgenstein at our AHCJ booth.
Link: https://workforprogress.org/the-public-interest-network/?id=251&_ga=2.8415861.1525146875.1650486231-366376104.1641428582
Senior health writer
WebMD
A senior member of our staff of writers who can tackle high-priority and complex consumer health topics. We are a tight-knit team with high editorial standards who makes time for fun.
Link: https://jobs.jobvite.com/webmd/job/oUDfjfwP
Health care reporter
Axios
Quick take: Axios is a growth-stage startup dedicated to providing trustworthy, award-winning news content in an audience-first format. We’re hiring a health care reporter!

Why it matters: We are looking for a smart and versatile reporter to help us take Axios’ industry-leading health care coverage to the next level. This person will contribute to Axios’ daily newsletter, Vitals, and write breaking news and analysis on and around the health care beat. A successful candidate for this job will be well sourced in the health care industry and a great reporter and writer. Business reporting experience is a plus.

Go deeper: This person will be responsible for writing breaking news and enterprise stories across politics and business topics related to health care, including stories that can lead the Vitals newsletter and the Axios site as needed. This person should be versatile enough to report on everything from broad-interest stories like COVID and the future of medical care to specific topics like the pharmaceutical industry, hospitals and medical research. This person will be capable of representing Axios on different media outlets and driving the conversation with conceptual scoops and trend stories.

The details: Ideal candidates will embody an entrepreneurial spirit and passion for Axios’ mission. Candidates must demonstrate the ability to break stories, spot trends for longer-range coverage, and convey contextual meaning to developments on the beat. Ideal candidates will also have:

A deep understanding of the health care landscape
A passion for health care coverage and trends
Ability to drive the conversation with conceptual scoops and trend stories
Ability to write stories that work for both general audiences and expert readers
Positive attitude and ability to thrive in high pressure news environment
Enthusiasm and lots of story ideas
A commitment to a diverse and inclusive environment
A belief in Smart Brevity as the core writing style of Axios

Link: boards.greenhouse.io/Axios/jobs/3928431
Health care policy reporter
Axios
Quick take: Axios is a growth-stage company dedicated to providing trustworthy, award-winning news content in an audience-first format. We are hiring reporters to help launch a paid subscription news product to expand our coverage of the most important news about health care policy in Washington.

Why it matters: In just three years, Axios has built a newsroom of more than 150 talented journalists committed to providing our readers the most trustworthy information in the most efficient way possible. Our health care Reporter will work with a partner to write a daily newsletter with a sharp eye on scoops and big picture trend stories.

Go deeper: In this role, you will make an impact to Axios through the following responsibilities:

Launch THE daily, must-read newsletter for influential readers who need to know what’s happening in the halls of Congress and agencies.
Land definitional scoops and illuminate the biggest trends
Work with the Axios health care team and the broader Axios newsroom to elevate all of our coverage that touches on health care
The details: Ideal candidates will embody an entrepreneurial spirit and passion for Axios’ mission and have the following skills:

A commitment to building and nurturing a diverse and inclusive environment
A belief in Smart Brevity as the core writing style of Axios
Reporting experience in a fast-paced news environment
Demonstrated experience landing big scoops and conceptualizing big ideas
Strong writing skills for online and newsletters
Experience working across teams to produce quality content
Excellent verbal and written communications skills
Link: https://boards.greenhouse.io/axios/jobs/3551091
Reporter
STAT
STAT is looking for a reporter to cover the business of tech in health care, a rapidly evolving area of attracting billions of dollars of investment from the world’s biggest tech companies and health care systems. You should be keen to delve into business practices of the most prominent players in the field, reveal how health data is being mined, surveilled, and sold, and investigate issues with emerging technologies.
Link: https://www.statnews.com/careers/reporter-business-of-health-tech/
Migraine-knowledgeable freelance writers
Migraine Again, Ziff Davis
Migraine Again is a medically-reviewed health website for people with migraine, by people with migraine. Seeking freelance writers.
Link: www.migraineagain.com
Racial justice issues--experience freelancers
Monitor on Psychology, published by the APA
If you are a science writer with experience covering racial justice issues, contact me! Knowledge of psychological science is a plus.
Link: https://www.apa.org/monitor/2022/03/special-report-wrongs-future
Health Editor
Hone Health
Hone Health is a modern health company committed to giving people energy and confidence as they age. Our goal is to help individuals break through highly stigmatized conditions using education and increasing access by making care more convenient and affordable.

We’re heavily investing in an editorial content creation division, which is where this position lies.

We’re seeking an enthusiastic, experienced Health Editor to create health and wellness content to live on all platforms (site, social, community, newsletter, video).

The Health Editor will report to the Health Director and will be responsible for writing, assigning, and editing high-quality, deeply engaging content about hormone optimization, energy management, longevity, and related health conditions in order to drive site traffic, brand awareness, and customer engagement. The content will be a mix of SEO content, reported articles and news stories, slideshows, videos, and other formats.

The ideal candidate comes from a national media brand and/or subscriber-based consumer product company. You’ll have a strong background in health-related service journalism, and can break down complex scientific material into easy-to-understand language. You’re adept at crafting engaging content from keyword suggestions, stories that match search user intent without losing our unique perspective. You’re results-driven and detail-oriented.

You’ll join a rapidly-growing, close-knit team to create health content that wins in search and engages our community. Ideally, you’re practicing what we’re preaching; interested in living a healthy lifestyle and in optimizing your personal health.
Link: https://apply.workable.com/honehealth/j/168B8C69C2/
Health Writer
Hone Health
Hone Health is a modern health company committed to giving people energy and confidence as they age. Our goal is to help individuals break through highly stigmatized conditions using education and increasing access by making care more convenient and affordable.

We’re heavily investing in an editorial content creation division. (Honehealth.com/edge/ <— beta!) which is where this position lies.

Hone is seeking an enthusiastic, digitally savvy staff Health Writer to write service-packed and informative daily health content for the brand on all platforms (site, social, community, and newsletter).

You’ll report on new studies and research, break down sometimes confusing health information into actionable service, suss out new health trends, and talk to fascinating experts and people who have made positive changes to their lives—and then write about all of it in order to drive site traffic, brand awareness, and customer engagement.

The content will be a mix of articles, listicles, customer transformation stories, slideshows, ecommerce, and other formats. You’ll also create and manage a weekly newsletter to customers and perspectives.

The ideal candidate has a background in health-related service journalism, and can translate complex health material into easy-to-understand language. You should be results-driven, detail-oriented, and have experience writing SEO content and a knowledge of SEO best practices. You are intensely reliable and accountable; you can work quickly and independently but welcome feedback and collaboration.


You’ll join a rapidly-growing, close-knit team of writers and editors who are creating a digital editorial imprint for Hone. Ideally, you’re practicing what we’re preaching; interested in living a healthy lifestyle and in optimizing your personal health. The editorial team is based in New York City, though we mostly work from home. We welcome remote applicants who are willing to attend EST meetings.
Link: https://apply.workable.com/honehealth/j/F9CA403D98/
Everyday Freelance health writers (various)
Everyday Health
Seeking Freelance Health Writers for Everyday Health in several areas:


-BIPOC and LGBTQ+ health writers. Please note your areas of expertise and interest. Contact: Maura Corrigan, mcorrigan@everydayhealthgroup.com.

-Sr. Editor Linda Thrasybule is looking for freelance writers who can write about digestive health (Irritable bowel syndrome, Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, gut microbiome), heart health (cardiovascular disease, heart failure, hypertension), and certain types of cancers (ovarian, pancreatic, colon, lung). Contact: lthrasybule@everydayhealthgroup.com


-Executive Editor Ingrid Strauch is seeking writers with an interest in and knowledge of neurological conditions, including MS, Parkinson’s disease, migraine, and Alzheimer’s disease, to write news and feature stories in these (and related) topic areas for EverydayHealth.com. Contact Ingrid at istrauch@everydayhealthgroup.com.


-Executive Editor Pam Kaufman: looking to expand my roster of writers with experience covering infectious diseases (especially COVID) and dermatology (especially writers interested in addressing dermatology issues that affect people of color).
Please contact Pam at pkaufman@everydayhealthgroup.com

-I’m looking for experienced health, science, and wellness writers interested in covering fitness, emotional health, and sleep health for Everyday Health. Sarah DiGiulio: sdigiulio@everydayhealthgroup.com

I’d suggest writers who want to break into EH be open to reporting on a wide variety of health topics, not just the ones you are interested in. Specifically seeking health reporters who are willing and able to work on new drug information and new drug indications for a consumer audience. I’m also looking for writers who are in touch with the challenges that people living with chronic illness face.
Please contact Executive Editor Denise at denise.maher@everydayhealthgroup.com

Link: www.everydayhealth.com
Part Time Editors
Everyday Health, Ziff Davis
Seeking Part Time Editors for Everyday Health

Everyday Health’s passionate, award-winning editorial team is hiring! We are seeking editors who can work around 15 to 20 hours a week to help our content team. By adhering to the highest standards for accuracy, objectivity, and balance, we create trustworthy content based on up-to-date, evidence-based health and medical information and real world patient and clinician experience to help people take control of their health. Our content, including articles, graphics, videos, tools, and more, is created by experienced and accredited health journalists with valuable input from our Health Expert Network.

Please contact VP of Editorial, Valarie Basheda at vbasheda@everydayhealthgroup.com.

Link: www.everydayhealth.com
Addiction Reporter
STAT
STAT is looking for a reporter to cover the crisis of drug and alcohol addiction and substance misuse, from causes and societal impact to the future of treatment and prevention and what stands in its way. The rise in fatal overdoses and “deaths of despair” make it imperative to understand why progress has stalled and what measures can reduce the human toll.
Link: https://www.statnews.com/careers/addiction-reporter/
Cardiovascular Disease Reporter
STAT
STAT is looking for a reporter to examine cardiovascular disease and the related metabolic disorders – diabetes, stroke, obesity – that kill hundreds of thousands of people each year. These diseases are so common they can seem inevitable, even invisible; this reporter will make vivid their enormous costs to individuals and society and will explore promising research, possible treatments, and barriers to reducing or preventing these chronic ailments.
Link: https://www.statnews.com/careers/cardiovascular-disease-reporter/
Chronic Disease Reporter
STAT
STAT is looking for a reporter to cover a wide range of chronic diseases, particularly those outside heart disease. These include COPD, asthma, liver disease, kidney disease, autoimmune disorders, and all types of arthritis. In addition to covering new research, this reporter will write about issues such as prevention, treatment, and inequities.
Link: https://www.statnews.com/careers/chronic-disease-reporter/
Reporter, Commercial Determinants of Health
STAT
STAT is looking for a reporter to investigate the commercial determinants of health — that is, private-sector actions that contribute to chronic diseases by influencing people to make healthy or unhealthy choices in the products they buy or the policies they support. These corporate actions might include exploitation of research, regulations, advertising, lobbying, social media, and other tactics to sell products that can increase risk of cardiovascular disease, cancer, obesity or addiction; they might also include information campaigns that sway public opinion on health policy proposals.
Link: https://www.statnews.com/careers/reporter-commercial-determinants-of-health/
Special Projects Editor
STAT
STAT is looking for a seasoned and versatile editor who can lead special editorial programs for our rapidly growing newsroom, as well as work with reporters and interns and help direct our editorial recruitment and outreach efforts.
Link: https://www.statnews.com/careers/special-projects-editor/
Sharon Begley Science Reporting Fellowship
STAT
STAT, the leading health and science news publication, is accepting applications for the Sharon Begley Science Reporting Fellowship, which has the goal of diversifying the ranks of science and health journalists and fostering better coverage of science that is relevant to all people. It combines a paid reporting position at STAT with an educational component through the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s prestigious Knight Science Journalism (KSJ) program.

The one-year fellowship is intended for early-career U.S. journalists from racial and ethnic groups underrepresented in the profession and will prepare them for a successful career in science journalism. We will be hiring two fellows this year, who will start in late August and work through August 2023.

Fellows will be based at STAT’s Boston office and report and write articles. At the same time, they will participate in KSJ training seminars and fellowship community events, have access to MIT libraries, and be able to audit classes at MIT and Harvard.
Link: https://www.statnews.com/careers/sharon-begley-science-reporting-fellowship/
Content manager - Freelance (part-time)
Johns Hopkins University
The Hopkins Business of Health Initiative (HBHI) is a new collaborative between Johns Hopkins University’s Carey Business School and its three world-leading health schools – the Bloomberg School of Public Health, School of Nursing, and School of Medicine – to integrate research, practice, and policy to improve the nation’s health system.

We are seeking a Content Manager Freelancer to create messaging strategy and develop content to tell a compelling story about the work of HBHI, both within and across Johns Hopkins institutions and the broader community of healthcare, business, and policy leaders in Baltimore, Washington and beyond.

TARGET AUDIENCE:
Internally: Hopkins faculty, providers, staff, and students, particularly those engaged in healthcare, business, health policy, and related fields.
Externally: Policymakers, politicians, leaders in medicine, healthcare delivery, health insurance, public health, patient advocacy, and business.

SCOPE Independently researching, and writing variety of stories that are relevant to our target audiences.
Interact and synergize feedback from leadership stakeholders.
Serve as a lead point of contact for the HBHI team as needed on special messaging campaign initiatives.

Expand, compose website content.
Create and manage blog showcasing research, collaborations, publications, and events. Blog will feature original reporting on HBHI experts.
Report and compose newsletters featuring 3-4 articles on timely topics as well as a Q & A with a member of HBHI.
Increase reach of social media.
Join and contribute to regular HBHI Communications team meetings to assess story ideas and align content in production to the overall HBHI strategic priorities.
Collaborate with Communications Teams from Hopkins Schools of Public Health, Medicine, Nursing, and Business.

10-20 hours/week. $100/hour
Contact Sharmistha Mohapatra HBHI program manager.
Link: None
Health care reporter
Boston Globe
All-purpose health care reporter
Link: None
Communications specialist and senior specialist
Mayo Clinic
Several remote communications positions available with Mayo Clinic Public Affairs, including in digital content and development.
Link: jobs.mayoclinic.org
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