Welcome to AHCJ’s newest members

Please welcome these new professional members to AHCJ. All new members are welcome to stop by this post’s comment section to introduce themselves.

  • Jason Alcorn, associate director, Investigate West, Seattle
  • Bruno Aries Da Cunha, editor-in-chief, DOC Magazine, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
  • Rayna Banks, associate producer, ESPN, Bristol, Conn.
  • Joseph Barr, director of news , Capital Public Radio, Sacramento, Calif.
  • Kara Corridan, health director, Parents Magazine, New York (@kcorridan)
  • Dorothy Foltz-Gray, independent journalist, Asheville, N.C.
  • Roxanne Khamsi, chief editor, Nature Medicine, New York (@rkhamsi)
  • Miles Moffeit, investigative reporter, The Dallas Morning News, Dallas
  • Lisa Phillips, editor, Health Care M&A News, Norwalk, Conn. (@lisaephillips)
  • Gregory Piche, owner, Singularity Health Care Law Blog, Denver
  • Lauren Sausser, reporter, The Post and Courier, Charleston, S.C.
  • Sue Thoms, reporter, The Grand Rapids Press, Grand Rapids, Minn. (@suethoms)
  • Cynthia Williams, reporter, Angie’s List, Indianapolis (@amotherskeeper)

If you haven’t joined yet, see what member benefits you’re missing out on: Access to more than 50 journals and databases, tip sheets and articles from your colleagues on how they’ve reported stories, conferences, workshops, online training, reporting guides and more. Join AHCJ today to get a wealth of support and tools to help you.

1 thought on “Welcome to AHCJ’s newest members

  1. Robert A. Duke

    I am a retired journalist who has been reactivated by my experience caring for my terminally ill wife, Shearlean H. Duke, formerly chair of the Journalism Department at Western Washington University in Bellingham, Wa. I have published a book titled Waking Up Dying: Caregiving When There Is No Tomorrow and established a blog titled Waking Up Dying at robertaduke.com. My goal, the goal of the book and the goal of the Web site is to promote healthcare reform and end-of-life preparation, in specifically to close the yawning gap in acute care and urgent treatment of terminally patients.
    I have affiliated myself with the Whatcom Alliance for Health Advancement (WAHA) in Whatcom County, Washington. WAHA is a non-profit organized to help implement local healthcare reform.

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