Covering violent, traumatic or disturbing stories over the course of a journalism career can trigger Post Traumatic Stress symptoms. Journalists don’t have to be embedded in a war-torn country to feel PTSD’s devastating effects. It creeps up and can turn lives upside down. An Emmy-winning journalist, a trauma expert from Baylor Scott and White Healthcare System and the research director at the Dart Center discuss what kind of impact this line of work may have on health.
- Chris Elley, Electro-Fish Creative
- Elana Newman, Dart Center
- Cile Spelce, Executive Producer / Principal, Electro-Fish Creative
- Maxine Trent, Baylor Scott And White Healthcare System