Moral Injury: Repairing the Hidden Cost of Journalism

September 17, 2020
DESCRIPTION: While journalism may not seem to outsiders to be an overly stressful occupation, reporters covering conflict, murders, environmental degradation and even COVID are bearing witness to immense suffering. Such coverage can lead to moral injury – “a wound on the soul” – the feeling that you have not lived up to your own ethical standards. Hear from the doctor who first identified moral injury in journalists, and join in an important conversation about moral injury.

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