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Working with traumatic imagery can affect your mental health

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.

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How exposure to trauma affects journalists

Research over recent decades shows that, eventually, our capacity to handle repeated exposure to traumatic incidents may lessen, seeing that “cup” overflow.

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The Edit talks about Trauma

In September 2016 The Edit assembled a special panel to discuss post-traumatic stress

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The Edit discusses journalism and trauma

An important discussion of the toll exposure to trauma can take on reporters and sources

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2022 Young Journalist of the Year, sponsored by Wilnic Family Trust

Sarah Booth of the Herald Sun has won the 2022 Young Journalist of the Year Quill

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Time to acknowledge and reduce strain on social media journalists

Social media journalists, especially moderators and live bloggers, are like firefighters on the digital frontline, but putting out online fires is not without risks, according to the Dart Centre Asia Pacific's Erin Smith and Trina McLellan.

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Mirrors and daggers: How journalists pay the price of 24/7 screen access

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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How industry changes are impacting journalists

  "No one in the media today is immune from pressure nor from unscheduled additional work. It can be as onerous for frontline reporters, presenters, photographers, camera crews, sound technicians, producers, researchers, and social media teams as it is for the people who manage them."

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'My north star': journalists reflect on pandemic's footprint

Just what was the impact of COVID-19 on the nation’s journalism? How did the pandemic change us, as reporters, writers and managers? And what did the lockdown years reveal about us?

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Pandemedia – how COVID changed journalism

A special event marking the release of the book Pandemedia – how COVID changed journalism

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