In the media
The Conversation: Violent videos put journalists at increased risk of post-traumatic stress
Journalism and Digital Media 22 October 2018
Doug said: “As resources become stretched in both universities and newsrooms, it is imperative that the mental health of journalists is not overlooked. Instead, training on the potential risks of vicarious trauma from online content must be available – throughout all stages of a journalist’s career – from university to the newsroom, and beyond.”
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