Pulitzer nods demonstrate breadth of health beat

Andrew Van Dam

About Andrew Van Dam

Andrew Van Dam of The Wall Street Journal previously worked at the AHCJ offices while earning his master’s degree at the Missouri School of Journalism.

This week’s Pulitzer announcements demonstrated just how far health journalism spread its wings in 2010, with health-related stories snagging wins and nominations for work related to everything from business to commentary to feature writing. Several AHCJ members were among the nominees, and Covering Health readers will recognize a significant number of the bylines and storylines. We’ve pulled the health-related award text below straight from Pulitzer.org and linked to related content when possible. Winning entries are in bold.

Explanatory Reporting

Editorial Writing

Investigative Reporting

Public Service

Local Reporting

National Reporting

Feature Writing

1 thought on “Pulitzer nods demonstrate breadth of health beat

  1. Brett

    And Mukherjee’s The Emperor of All Maladies — the nonfiction win this year — is about health, cancer, and epidemiology as well so I think it deserves a mention!

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