Fifteen fellows announced for health care symposium in Atlanta

ATLANTA – Fifteen health care journalists have been chosen as participants for an intensive symposium focusing on the Affordable Care Act.

The SABEW program is sponsored by the University of Georgia in conjunction with The Commonwealth Fund, which is underwriting the two-day event, Nov. 13-14, at the Gwinnett campus of the University of Georgia.

The fellows represent 11 states and one foreign country.

The symposium event page has further details, including schedule, speakers and fellow bios.

Warren Watson, organizing the program for SABEW, announced the following fellows, who will receive their expenses paid:

Priyanka McCluskey of the Boston Globe
Kathy Grayson of the Minneapolis-St. Paul Business Journal
Susan Rupe of Insurance News Net
Crissinda Ponder of
Tim Casey of HMP Communications
Renee Valdes of Georgia State University
Deborah Jacobs of Forbes Magazine
Jennifer Robison of the Las Vegas Review-Journal
Boboye Onduku of Leadership Group Abuja, Nigeria
Ridgely Ochs of Newsday
Jacqueline Rivkin, independent journalist
Will Sutton of the Dow Jones News Fund
Lora Hines of the Houston Chronicle
Ann Doss of the Charlotte Observer
Marjorie Musick, independent journalist

This will be the third intensive workshop conducted by SABEW with Commonwealth support.

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