Author Archives: Catherine Wendlandt

About Catherine Wendlandt

Catherine Wendlandt is a graduate research assistant at AHCJ, pursuing a master's degree in journalism-magazine editing at the University of Missouri. She has a degree in journalism-magazine publishing in 2018 from MU and minored in Spanish and religious studies. As an undergrad, she worked at Vox Magazine and the Columbia Missourian.

Spotlight Q&A with member David Wahlberg, Wisconsin State Journal

David Wahlberg

Where are you from/how far did you travel?

So I sort of had to travel from Madison, Wis., although I was actually at a different seminar the first part of this week in D.C. so I kind of came from there.

How many AHCJ conferences have you been to?

I don’t know for sure, but I would say about 10. I think my first one was in 2002 or 2003. Continue reading

Beyond addiction: Medical consequences for opioid misuse

Photo: Sharyn Morrow via Flickr

What are people leaving out in the conversation about the opioid crisis?

Joshua Barocas, who teaches Boston University’s School of Medicine, said the answer is embedded in the question. “Opioids themselves aren’t the crisis,” he said. “Overdoses are the crisis.” Continue reading

Spotlight Q&A with member Sonia Narang, multimedia journalist

Sonia Narang, multimedia journalist, contributor to local NPR affiliates and PRI’s “The World”

Where are you from/how far did you travel?

I’m from Los Angeles and I had to travel all day, so I don’t know how many miles that was … It took me nine hours to get here.

Is this your first AHCJ conference?

Yes.

Are you a fellow?

I am a California fellow. Continue reading