Print, TV and video journalists living in Latin America who covered health issues in 2019 and 2020 are invited to compete.
Entries may be submitted in three categories: written journalism, visual journalism and daily coverage. Works must focus on one or more of the following topics: noncommunicable diseases, rare or orphan diseases, innovation in health care, innovation in health systems and regulation, reforms and public policies.
The winning journalist or team in each category will receive a scholarship of up to US$5,000 for academic enrollment in courses, specializations or masters.
The deadline is June 9.