The latest report on AHCJ members’ awards, fellowships, job changes and other news includes Diane Atwood, Elizabeth DeVita-Raeburn, Sharon Dunten, Audrey Dutton, Karl Eisenhower, Peter Eisler, P. Mona Khanna, Nick Mulcahy, Marianne O’Hare, Cheryl Platzman Weinstock, Gary Schwitzer, Liz Seegert and Jenny Wagner. Continue reading
Twelve journalists have been chosen for the inaugural class of the AHCJ Fellowship on Comparative Effectiveness Research. The fellowship program was created with support from the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute to help reporters and editors produce more accurate in-depth stories on medical research and how medical decisions are made.
The fellows will gather in Washington, D.C., the week of Oct. 11 for a series of presentations, round tables, hands-on database sessions and interactions with researchers.
Read more to find who the fellows are and some examples of the sessions they will participate in.
The latest report on AHCJ members’ awards, fellowships, job changes and other news includes Alia Bucciarelli, Katy Butler, Massimo Cecaro, Jaclyn Cosgrove, Catherine Dold , Randy Dotinga , Susan Heavey, Harriet Hodgson, Bonny McClain, Brett Norman, Ivan Oransky, Karen Rider and Megan Scudellari. Continue reading
The voting period for AHCJ’s board of directors has opened and a link to the ballot has been emailed to qualified AHCJ members. Voting will remain open until June 25.
The nine candidates have offered outlines of their background and their vision for the organization. Those statements are available for members to review.
The latest report on AHCJ members’ awards, fellowships, job changes and other news includes Alicia F. Ault, Eileen Beal, Sheri Fink, Kenny Goldberg, Markian Hawryluk, Sandra Jordan, Bridget M. Kuehn, Meryl Lin McKean, Ivan Oransky, Paul Raeburn, Gabriel Sanchez, Fred Schulte, Gary Schwitzer, Liz Seegert, Karl Stark, Stephanie Stephens and Marijke Vroomen Durning. Continue reading