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Check out Croakey – the Crikey health blog from Australia

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Melissa Sweet and the Australian Croakey blog (a forum for debate and discussion about health issues and policy), posts a dozen suggestions for improving health reporting “from recent initiatives and articles, in the first part of a mega-wrap covering media and health-related issues.”

Happy to see that she included a couple of links to things I’ve written about recently.

I’m also happy to accept Melissa’s invitation to do a “virtual presentation” for a public interest journalism conference she’s organizing, to be held in Melbourne September 2-3. I only wish I could attend in person.

Croakey also recently posted a “mega-wrap of news in social media and health.”

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