Naseem S. Miller, Journalist'sResource

Naseem S. Miller


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Past articles by Naseem:

How AP reporters exposed problems in the Federal Bureau of Prisons

Two AP reporters share tips for investigating a large agency like the Federal Bureau of Prisons and tackling big projects. → Read More

Sleep disparities: An explainer and research roundup

A growing body of research shows factors beyond an individual’s control can drive disparities and inequities in sleep, much like other areas of health. → Read More

Newsrooms need to do more to protect journalists from online harassment

"Because social media policies tend to focus on how posts get perceived rather than how they are written in the first place, enforcement most frequently occurred when the online audience was upset about something." → Read More

Prioritizing mental health in the newsroom: 5 tips to get you started

It is possible for newsrooms to prioritize mental health. The key is starting small. A panel of experts share their advice and solutions. → Read More

Visual health misinformation: A primer and research roundup

With rapid advances in technology, it’s becoming easier to create and spread visual content that’s inaccurate, misleading and dangerous. → Read More

A peer-reviewed Ho, Ho, Ho: Highlights from the BMJ’s Christmas issue

It's been another tough year, so we decided to bring you a chuckle by highlighting some of the fun studies in this year’s BMJ Christmas issue. → Read More

Five years after Flint water crisis, mental health problems persist

A study based on survey of Flint residents finds estimated rates of depression and PTSD remain higher than state and national averages. → Read More

Lancet Climate Countdown: Dire warnings and glimmers of hope

The annual report finds climate change is increasingly undermining every pillar of good health, yet, mitigation efforts remain inadequate. → Read More

Instagram image content influences eye movement patters in women

“These results provide insight into the mechanisms of a potentially dangerous cycle promoted by social media platforms,” the authors write. → Read More

Food insecurity in the US: An explainer and research roundup

If you're covering the White House Conference on Food, Nutrition, and Health, here's a list of studies that show the link between food insecurity and health. → Read More

Maternal mortality: An explainer and research roundup

The U.S. maternal mortality rates dropped between 1900 and 1998. But since then, the rates have been steadily increasing. → Read More

Monkeypox: An explainer and research roundup

In addition to summaries of several notable studies on monkeypox, the piece provides a list of links and resources for journalists. → Read More

988 and suicide prevention hotlines: A research roundup

For journalists covering the launch of 988, we have complied several peer-reviewed research studies on suicide prevention hotlines. → Read More

Racial disparities in pulse oximeter readings: Research roundup

We've compiled more than a dozen studies that show pulse oximeters are more likely to inaccurate readings in people of color. → Read More

Racial disparities in pulse oximeter readings: Research roundup

We've compiled more than a dozen studies that show pulse oximeters are more likely to inaccurate readings in people of color. → Read More

Google searches for abortion pills spiked after SCOTUS leak in May: Study

The study also finds the volume of searches for abortion pills was higher in states where women’s reproductive rights are more limited. → Read More

Study highlights rural-urban and racial disparities in cancer survivorship

Survival rates for common cancers in rural areas were consistently lower compared with urban areas between 1975 to 2011, study finds. → Read More

Racial disparities in mental health care: An explainer and research roundup

Little has changed since a federal report on mental health disparities was issued two decades ago. Several experts explain why. → Read More

Trauma-informed journalism: What it is and why it's important + tips

Practicing trauma-informed journalism not only leads to better, more accurate stories, but also helps protects survivors from further harm. → Read More

How they did it: Wichita Eagle reporters expose a broken EMS system

Wichita Eagle reporters Chance Swaim and Michael Stavola talk about how they did the investigative stories and what challenges they faced. → Read More