Naseem S. Miller, Journalist'sResource

Naseem S. Miller

Journalist'sResource

Orlando, FL, United States

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Recent:
  • Journalist'sResource
Past:
  • Nieman Lab
  • Orlando Sentinel
  • Sun Sentinel
  • New York Daily News
  • chicagotribune.com

Recent articles by Naseem:

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

How a ProPublica team mapped 1,000 toxic air pollution hot spots in US

In an interview with The Journalist's Resource, ProPublica reporter Lylla Younes talks about the investigative series "Sacrifice Zones." → Read More

Long COVID: An explainer and research roundup

Information and research about long COVID is rapidly evolving, but here's what's know so far, in addition to summaries of several studies. → Read More

Dementia on the rise worldwide: An explainer and research roundup

The number of people with Alzheimer's disease and other dementia is expected to increase in the coming decades, while disparities persist. → Read More

How different are preprints from their published versions? 2 studies explore

Most preprints don't change drastically after peer review and publication, but journalists should be careful when covering any study. → Read More

How different are preprints from their published versions? 2 studies explore

Most preprints don't change drastically after peer review and publication, but journalists should be careful when covering any study. → Read More

Disparities persist in Native Americans' death rates, life expectancy: Study

The CDC study also reports that 34% of non-Hispanic American Indian and Alaska Native deaths are misclassified on death certificates. → Read More

How does the CDC develop its guidelines? A new report sheds some light

The CDC use a series of steps and checklists to develop its guidelines. The agency recently published a document detailing the process. → Read More

Diversify your sources with this guide to nursing specialities

It’s important for journalists to note the nurses’ specialties the same way they note other medical specialties. → Read More