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NIH Medicine in the Media workshop draws another great group of health care journalists

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I’ll speak at two sessions at this year’s NIH Medicine in the Media workshop, hosted this year in Hanover, New Hampshire on the campus of Dartmouth College.

It’s been my experience (I think I’ve spoken at 5 of these now through the years) that any journalist who attends will never forget some of the important lessons taught here.

The sessions begin this evening and run through Saturday.

About 50 participating journalists work for organizations such as:

ABC News
National Public Radio
The Wall Street Journal
Women’s Day magazine
Discovery News
Scientific American
Prevention magazine
Cleveland Plain Dealer
Time.com
CNN

The workshop is presented by:

Office of Medical Applications of Research
National Institutes of Health

Center for Medicine and the Media
The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice
Dartmouth Medical School

Department of Veterans Affairs
VA Outcomes Group, White River Junction, Vermont

with additional support from

Office of Communications and Public Liaison
National Institutes of Health

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