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As the crisis in Ukraine continues and the situation rapidly escalates between Israel and Hamas, viewing traumatic images of violence, death, and destruction is a daily task for many journalists who work on the digital frontline.
Now more than ever journalists and news crews must take extra care of their mental health as they report on the issues of the day.
Journalism plays an essential role in the COVID-19 response, but the unique stresses placed on newsrooms by the pandemic can cause mental health problems for those covering the crisis
A Masterclass featuring Rachel Green, Osher Günsberg, Dr Jaelea Skehan & Sophie Scott
What is the media's role in communicating medical news?
Video: Dr Cait McMahon from the Dart Centre discusses ways to maintain your mental health while covering COVID-19
Lucy Carter of ABC 7.30 has won the 2019 VicHealth Quill for Coverage of Women in Sport
The MPC is thrilled to announce the finalists for our 29th Quill Awards for Excellence in Victorian Journalism.
Research over recent decades shows that, eventually, our capacity to handle repeated exposure to traumatic incidents may lessen, seeing that “cup” overflow.
Australia’s access to high-level journalism skills and resources could lead it becoming an Asia Pacific hub for modelling and promoting solutions to technology-facilitated violence (TFV).
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