Barbara Glickstein, is a public health nurse, health reporter, and media strategist. She is the Principal of Barbara Glickstein Strategies, training healthcare leaders to be media competent to advance population health and public policy.
Glickstein was co-PI for the Woodhull Revisited Project t and a lead author of a qualitative study of journalists’ experiences with using nurses as sources. She's a Strategist for Carolyn Jones Productions on the documentaries, The American Nurse,Defining Hope, and In Case of Emergency. Glickstein was selected to participate in Take the Lead’s 50 Women Can Change the World in Journalism and Progressive Women's Voices at the Women's Media Center. Glickstein produces HealthCetera, a podcast that provides evidence-based health news, analysis, and commentary. She was the Director of Communications, and Media Projects at the Center for Health Policy and Media Engagement at George Washington University School of Nursing. She serves on the Board of Project Kesher, a global Jewish feminist women’s advocacy organization. She is the co-author of “The Role of Media in Influencing Policy: Getting the Message Across in Policy and Politics in Nursing and Health Care” in Policy and Politics in Nursing and Health Care, Seventh Edition.
MPH, MS, RN
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