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Posts Tagged ‘Maggie Fox’

Germaphobes Listen Up

If you’ve seen “Contagion” this wonky policy event may be for you.

On Oct. 19, NJ is hosting a policy summit on “Encouraging Best Practices in Infection Prevention” at the Newseum. The moderator will be Maggie Fox, Managing Editor of Healthcare and Technology.

On the panel will be CDC’s Denise Cardo, Linda Greene, a nurse from Rochester General Hospital, and Manoj Jain, MD, a medical director at Tennessee’s Quality Improvement Organization.

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NJ’s Internal Love

NJ‘s Digital Editor Dave Beard delivered good news to reporters this week. It showed up in an internal memo in the height of WeinerGate and our attentions were elsewhere. But here it is, complete with the news that NJ is “flexing its muscles as never before for a beyond-the-beltway audience.”

See the internal memo…It’s well-written. You won’t die through it.

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NJ Swipes Reuters Editor

After 21 years Maggie Fox is leaving Thomson Reuters to become Managing Editor for Technology and Health Care at National Journal. Based in Washington since 1997, Fox has covered a wide range of health care stories and took the role of  Health and Science Editor for Reuters in 2005.  Prior to her time in D.C., she worked at Reuters World Desk from London and had stints in Sarajevo, Zagreb and Belgrade during the breakup of the former Yugoslavia.  Fox was a 2000 Knight Fellow in Medical Journalism at the University of Maryland and has won multiple awards for her coverage of vaccine and epidemic issues.