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Katherine Eban: Covid-19, Pharmaceuticals and Public Health.

Katherine Eban, an award-winning New York-based investigative journalist, reports on public health and pharmaceuticals for Vanity Fair and is the author of the New York Times bestseller Bottle of Lies: The Inside Story of the Generic Drug Boom. She’s also the author of the article, “Rorschach and Awe,” which inspired last year’s film The Report. She comes to the CIJ to talk about Covid-19, pharmaceutical drugs, lies and President Trump.

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11 July 2020 – Talk

16:00–17:15
Talk with Q&A

Katherine Eban

Katherine Eban, an award-winning New York-based investigative journalist, reports on public health and pharmaceuticals for Vanity Fair and is the author of the New York Times bestseller Bottle of Lies: the Inside Story of the Generic Drug Boom.
  • 11 July 2020 16.00–17.15
Location: Live stream on CIJ Youtube channel
Talk
All levels
Coronavirus
Investigation
Narrative
Science
This event will be recorded
11 July 2020

Following the Science: Health and Science Reporting From Inside a Crisis.

The Covid-19 pandemic has made all of us follow science and heath reports like never before, reinforcing the importance of the work that health and science reporters do. Meet some of the people behind the headlines, sharing their experience of covering the health and science beat during a global pandemic: from misinformation to reliable sources, from scientific and government reports to witnessing human resilience and tragedy.

6 July 2020

Covid-19: A Data Story. UK and Sweden.

Leading data journalists Helena Bengtsson of STV (Sweden), John Burn-Murdoch of the Financial Times (UK), and Pamela Duncan of the Guardian (UK), explain how data analysis plays a crucial part in the coverage of the Covid-19 pandemic.