Using Journalism and the Media for Public Health
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Joanne Kenen, the health care editor of Politico, has covered health policy and politics in Washington for 20 years. As a Kaiser Family Foundation media fellow in 2006-07, she wrote about end of life and palliative care. She also worked on health reform at the nonpartisan New America Foundation. Her work has appeared in publications including The Atlantic, Kaiser Health News, the Washington Post, the Washingtonian, CQ, Health Affairs, AARP Magazine, and Slate. She was a Reuters correspondent in New York, Florida/Caribbean and Washington, and was an editor of the Harvard Crimson as an undergraduate.