Year-end wrap-up: What your colleagues are reading

Fireworks for the new yearWe’re closing in on the end of the year and the inevitable annual lists. We thought this would be a good time to review the blog posts written this year that got the most views. It turns out they cover a wide swath of topics in health care, from careful use of language and covering studies to vaccines and caring for our aging population.

Have a look for yourself:

I’d like to add a personal acknowledgement to all of AHCJ’s past and current core topic leaders: Joanne Kenen, Judy Graham, Liz Seegert, Mary Otto, Tara Haelle, Brenda Goodman, Joe Burns, Emily Willingham, Joe Rojas-Burke, Susan Heavey, Rebecca Vesely, Bara Vaida and Cheryl Clark, as well as our new freelance correspondent, Carolyn Crist. This team works hard to put together the best and most timely resources to help their health journalism colleagues. I’d also like to thank the countless others who have contributed to and HealthBeat.

The AHCJ staff and I hope you all have a happy and safe holiday season and we look forward to more good reporting in the new year. We will return to work and blogging on Jan. 2.

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