On January 25, the 2013-2014 Ochberg Fellows concluded a week of seminars and conversations on new developments in trauma science, and journalism craft and practice on issues of violence, conflict and trauma. More »
The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) has published a full report on the number of journalists and media staff killed worlwide in 2013. More »
ProPublica's Lois Beckett writers about the high rates of PTSD experienced in America's most violent neighborhoods. In some areas, rates of PTSD surpass those of Iraq, Afghanistan, or Vietnam veterans. There are few options for the diagnosis and treatment of civilians and there are families and communities are facing debilitating consquences.
A new feature story in the American Psychological Association’s Monitor spotlights the interdisciplinary nature of the Dart Center’s work. More »
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