कोभिड-१९ रिर्पोटिङ, सूचना प्रमाणीकरण, स्वास्थ्य र सुरक्षा, र व्यावसायिक उत्तरदायित्वबारे उपयोगी टिप्स र सल्लाहहरू । अंग्रेजी भाषाका यी स्रोत पत्रकारिता प्रशिक्षण र अध्ययन गर्ने विश्वका अग्रणी संस्थाहरूले तयार गरेका हुन् । सान्दर्भिक केही नेपाली संस्थाहरूले प्रकाशित गरेका कोभिड-१९ सम्बन्धी निर्देशिका यो पृष्ठमा पनि हेर्न सक्नुहुन्छ ।
Reporting and verification / रिपोर्टिङ र प्रमाणिकरण
Seven tips for journalists reporting on COVID-19 (Science Media Centre): From stating source, using good scientists, consulting specialist science/health reporter to specifying size and nature of study being reported.
Resources for Community Radio Practitioners (AMARC Asia-Pacific): Guidelines, practice briefing, reports, tools, etc.
Tips and tools for reporting on COVID-19 (Knight Science Journalism): Links on reporting tips, fact-checking, and visualizing data can be useful for Nepali journalists.
10 tips for journalists covering COVID-19 (International Journalists Network): Understand the mood, focus on reporting and not analysis, avoid misleading headlines, explain the limitations of data, etc.
COVID-19 and SARS coronavirus 2 (Solutions Journalism Network): Examples of solutions-oriented journalism on COVID-19 from around the world.
TV Production Guidance: Managing the risk of Coronavirus (COVID-19) in production making (ITV, UK): framework to provide guidance and support for the effective assessment and management of Coronavirus (COVID-19) risk in TV production.
Journalists’ guide to COVID data (Radio Television Digital News Association - RTDNA), Washington, D.C: How to report cases, positivity and infection rates, hospitalizations, recovered people, fatalities and fatality rates, etc.
DISINFODEMIC– Deciphering COVID-19 disinformation (UNESCO): “The why, what and how of the COVID-19 disinfodemic”, and more.
Verification Handbook for Disinformation and Media Manipulation (European Journalism Centre): Covers topics in disinformation and media manipulation.
#CoveringCOVID: 6 recommendations for combating disinformation, International Journalists Network): Identifies problems and offers counter measures.
How to spot bogus science stories and read the news like a scientist (The Conversation): Approaching “science news like a scientist, to see past the sensational and find the facts”.
Health and safety / स्वास्थ्य र सुरक्षा
Safety guidelines for broadcasters (AMARC Asia-Pacific): tips for community radio practitioners.
CPJ Safety Advisory: Covering the coronavirus pandemic (Committee to Protect Journalists – CPJ): Useful tips on 12 important issues and topics, from staying safe in the field, pre-assignment, physical well-being to face masks, digital security, travel assignments and post-assignment.
12 Tips For Creating A Safer Radio Studio In A Coronavirus Reality (Inside Radio): Don’t touch the mic, etc. and, finally, wash your hands.
How journalists can work from home securely (Freedom of the Press Foundation): “practical ways to work together securely as a distributed team”.
Reporting and Covid-19: Tips for Journalists (Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma): Tips and tools to report safely and effectively during the coronavirus pandemic.
COVID-19 Safety Guidelines (the Coalition for Women Journalists): a list of things to keep in mind for reporters who are covering the pandemic.
Covering Coronavirus: Resources for Journalists (Dart Center): “tips on covering disease, interviewing victims and survivors, and working with colleagues exposed to traumatic events”.
How can journalists protect themselves during the COVID-19 pandemic? (International Journalists Network): Tips on on-the-ground reporting and COVID-19 prevention.
How journalists can fight stress from covering the coronavirus (Poynter): “9 ways journalists can push back against the stress of an always-on story”.
The COVID-19 News Organizations Safety Protocols (News Safety Institute): a new resource aimed at helping news organizations to cover the pandemic professionally and in a way that minimizes risk”.
News and mental health: What journalists should know (International Journalists’ Network): “what is the toll on mental health — and how can journalists better cover it?
The Self-investigation (by Kim Brice, Mar Cabra, and Aldara Martitegui): a free online stress management program for journalists.
Accountability / उत्तरदायित्व
Media ethics, safety and mental health: reporting in the time of Covid-19 (Ethical Journalism Network): Useful tips by Hannah Storm, EJN Director, on responsible reporting to safety to managing mental health.
Coronavirus: Responsible reporting and ethics (First Draft): “Reporting disinformation around coronavirus and other topics ethically and responsibly”.
Ethical Considerations for Reporting on COVID-19 (ICFJ): Covers issues in breaking death, respecting source confidentiality, verification, and reporting hate speech.
Seven points for covering a pandemic (Ethical Journalism Network): Practice accountability, stick to facts, check your use of terminology, avoid social stigmatization and stereotyping, challenge hate, practice duty of care.
Sensitive remote interviewing tips (Jo Healey, BBC): Some considerations when interviewing people remotely who have been bereaved through coronavirus.
How Journalists Can Address Mistrust in Pandemic Coverage and Help “Flatten the Curve” (Nieman Reports): Some strategies aimed at winning audience trust back.
Others / अन्य
Coronaviruses: Background and sources for your reporting (Health Journalism, updated): background, tracking, fact checking,tip sheets, news links, etc.
7 ways to get your COVID-19 reporting to those who need it (American Press Institute): ideas for distributing your reporting in new ways.
Coronavirus: Resources and best practices (Public Media Alliance): “a list of vital resources, sources, public media content and best practices”.
COVID-19 resources for journalists (Society of Environmental Journalists): ”Resources to aid in your reporting on the COVID-19 pandemic”.
Covering COVID-19: Advice and resources for journalists (IREX): “advice and resources for journalists who are covering the outbreak”.