Based on a literature review, a survey of healthcare journalists, and interviews, examines the effects of changes in the news media on its coverage of health issues and the impact of these trends on consumers. Explores challenges and implications.
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Title: The State of Health Journalism in the U.S., March 2009
Publication date 2009-03-12
Publication Year 2009
Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation
North America / United States
, kaiser family foundation
, health journalism
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