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Training Health Bloggers: From our Framing Session

Training Health Bloggers: From our Framing Session

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The California Endowment Health Journalism Fellowships wrapped up a thought-provoking and fruitful framing session on the health blogosphere today, with an often- hilarious, back-channel Twitter conversation here. It's also worth checking out this thoughtful post from participant PalMD, who blogs at White Coat Underground.

Many thanks to all of the participants, moderator Lisa Stone of BlogHer, USC Annenberg School of Journalism Director Geneva Overholser, Mary Lou Fulton, The California Endowment's Program Officer for Communications and Media, surprise guest Wendell Potter and CEHJF staff for a great conference!

Check back here soon for a more in-depth summary of the event and its take-home lessons.

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