AHCJ

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AHCJAssociation of Health Care Journalists
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But at the AHCJ conference in April, Murthy already outlined the approach he plans to lay out in the report.
Wielawski, a former Los Angeles Times reporter who chairs the AHCJ's right-to-know committee.
The AHCJ has protested restrictions on information and sent reporters' complaints to federal health care agencies.
Materials on the AHCJ's site include a glossary, a collection of "key concepts," tip sheets, and lists of links to collections of data and other aging-related resources.
Ivan Oransky, an online managing editor at Scientific American and an AHCJ board member, says he believes the coverage by newspapers and wire services has been tempered.
"While the FOI effort alone could constitute a first-place award, the reporting was humanized and made intensely relevant when the writers introduced us to the Kothari family's loss," the AHCJ judges said.
(To be fair, AHCJ and the World Federation of Science Journalists each feature a few sessions on related subjects in their flagship conferences.) And there are few in-depth online resources beyond what the Henry J.
Now the Association of Health Care Journalists (AHCJ), a national group with about 1,000 member, is crying foul.
An analysis the Association of Health Care Journalists (AHCJ) did about a year ago found many wonderful professional development opportunities out there.
This is where groups such as the AHCJ can provide leadership.