Your Mental and Digital Health are a Priority

Presented at Dublin17
May 19, 2017
More from this event →

With so much political unrest across the world, journalists have a difficult time unplugging and taking care of themselves. Our staff are constantly subjected to graphic imagery and online intimidation. We’ll look at vicarious trauma and newsroom burnout, and discuss resources to help you create a healthier environment for both you and your colleagues.

Due to the off-the-record nature of the discussion, this session was not recorded. Presenters provided a recommended reading from the Dart Center, Developing Your Own Standard Operating Procedure for Handling Traumatic Imagery


Featuring

Razan Ibraheem
Journalist, Storyful
Gavin Rees
Executive Director, Dart Centre Europe
Mandy Jenkins
Head of News, The Compass Experiment
Jump to Resources
Social Conversation

Related Resources

Dublin17

Revenue Roundup: A Look At Digital Income

  • Justin Dewhirst
  • David Grant
  • Mary Walter-Brown

We’ll look at advertising and subscriptions — which remain the core of most newsroom business models, — along with some other streams newsrooms and start-ups are...

Dublin17

Managing for Innovation and Culture Change in News

  • S. Mitra Kalita
  • Anne-Marie Tomchak

Join us for a vibrant kick-off to our day of discussing best practices and innovation in newsrooms. We’ll discuss newsroom structure, product iteration and innovation and how to...

Dublin17

Virtual Reality and Immersive Video from the Journalism 360 Project

  • Jessica Lauretti
  • Thomas Seymat

Google Cardboard and similar devices have been around for a few years now, and headsets like the Oculus Rift, Sony Playstation VR and HTC Vive have recently hit the market....