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2015 National Health Journalism Fellows

Here are the 2015 National Health Journalism Fellows and grantees of our two specialty reporting funds.  Click on their names to read their blog posts about their projects and their published work.

Fund for Journalism on Child Well-Being

  • , Huffington Post
  • , St. Louis Post-Dispatch
  • , SinoVision
  • , Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
  • , The Atlantic
  • , Tampa Bay Times
  • , Honolulu Star-Advertiser

Dennis A. Hunt Health Journalism Fund

  • , Seattle Times
  • , The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
  • , The Sarasota Herald-Tribune
  • , Native Health News Alliance
  • , KCUR (Kansas City Public Media)
  • , Las Vegas Sun
  • , Maine Public Broadcasting Network

2015 National Health Journalism Fellows

  • , Deseret News National
  • , San Antonio Express-News
  • , Univision Dallas
  • , The Crisis magazine
  • , Latino USA
  • , Dallas Morning News

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