Barbara Glickstein is a public health nurse, health policy expert and health reporter. She is the Director of Communications, Media Projects at the Center for Health Policy and Media Engagement at George Washington University School of Nursing. Glickstein produces & hosts HealthCetera, a podcast that provides evidence-based news, analysis and commentary where diverse, dynamic, front-line experts discuss the latest real-world effects of healthcare and health policy. She believes journalism has an inherent role in promoting a healthy and just society. She is researcher, media and outreach strategist for Carolyn Jones Productions on feature-length documentaries The American Nurse and Defining Hope and the multimedia project www.dyinginamerica.org She has trained national leaders in healthcare on how to be a media maker in both traditional and digital media to advance the health of the public and public policy. Glickstein serves as Chair of the Board of Project Kesher, a global Jewish feminist women’s advocacy organization.
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Listen to Barbara Glickstein
Jewish Women's Archive [March 23, 2009]
At the IOM Integrative Medicine Conference: Nursing Crucial to Model of Care
American Journal of Nursing [March 10, 2009]
"The tragedy of human trafficking."
American Journal of Nursing 
Ask the Experts
Explore: The Journal of Science and Healing 
"Role of media in influencing policy: Getting the message across." in Policy and Politics in Nursing and Health Care (5th Ed.)
D. Mason, J. Leavitt, M. Chaffee (Eds). Saunders/Elsevier. 
"The Tiller Abortion Slaying: Is Violence Against Health Care Workers 'Domestic Terrorism'?"
American Journal of Nursing's Off the Charts Blog [June 2, 2009]
"Lice with Lindane: Does Using a Banned Pesticide on Kids Make Sense?"
American Journal of Nursing's Off the Charts Blog [May 27, 2009]
Public health working to fight misinformation through trust, relationships: Facts not enough
The Nation's Health [July 2018]