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Health & Science: Reporting During a Pandemic 

Tue, Jul 28, 2020 · 1:00 PM · Eastern Time (US & Canada)
About This Webinar

Amid this pandemic, readers are relying more than ever on the sources they trust to deliver timely and accurate health information. Learn how The Wall Street Journal is answering this call with its exhaustive coverage of Covid-19. Stefanie Ilgenfritz, WSJ Health & Science Coverage Chief, joins Stephanie Chang, Editorial Director of The Trust for a discussion on how her team is reporting on this global crisis and other health and science topics. Audience Q&A will follow the discussion.

Who can view: Everyone
Webinar Price: Free
Featured Presenters
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Coverage Chief, Health & Science and Editorial Director, The Future of Everything at The Wall Street Journal
Stefanie leads a team of reporters and editors who cover the hospital, health-insurance, pharmaceutical and medical-device industries, as well as medicine, science and innovation. Stefanie has helped shape ground-breaking and prize-winning coverage, including as co-editor on a series of stories on fraud and abuse in Medicare that won the Pulitzer Prize for investigative reporting, and editor of a series on the dysfunction in drug prices that was a finalist for the Pulitzer in explanatory reporting. Stefanie loves journalism in all its forms, from long reads to breaking news to video, podcasts, photography and live conversation.
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Editorial Director, The Trust
Stephanie directs content strategy and operations for The Trust, the creative consultancy for WSJ | Barron’s Group. Prior to coming to The Trust, Stephanie served as content strategy director for JWT, and worked on a variety of programs for brands including Qualcomm, KPMG and Amplify. During her days as an award-winning journalist, Stephanie was the editor of PC Magazine, driving editorial strategy and operations for the print and digital magazine. She also served as founding editor and SVP of Access Media, a 10-million circulation, weekly tech and lifestyle magazine. She began her career in daily newspapers, as a general assignment reporter, copy editor and deputy city editor in suburban New York.
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