Journalists with a project on health care performance can apply for a fellowship.
The Association of Health Care Journalists (AHCJ) is seeking applicants for the AHCJ Reporting Fellowships on Health Care Performance.
The fellowship is designed to enable fellows to work independently over a one-year period while still maintaining their regular employment.
Fellows are expected to produce a package of stories spotlighting a system-related topic, problems and potential improvements. AHCJ fellowship leaders will provide support and guidance through seminars, conference calls and email consultations.
The fellowship provides seminar and workshop trips, a project allowance of up to US$4,000, AHCJ membership and a US$2,500 fellowship award for the successful completion of the project.
The deadline is Oct. 17.
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