2003 Kaiser Media Fellows

Rebecca Adams, health care reporter, Congressional Quarterly
Project: Examining Medicaid challenges and policy responses in different states.
Medicaid Reform: Will efforts to cut costs hurt the poor?The CQ Researcher, Vol. 14, No. 25, Pgs. 589-612 (7/16/2004)

Michael Isip, executive producer, KQED-TV, San Francisco
Project: Barriers to health care — financial, cultural, systemic — and the implications for patients and health care workers, and innovative efforts to deliver care.

Liza Mundy, staff writer, The Washington Post
Project: Reproductive technology, and the ethical dilemmas that new, fast-emerging techniques present to doctors, policymakers, and the many patients availing themselves of advances in fertility medicine.

Deborah L. Shelton, medical and public health reporter, St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Project: The drive to increase the number of live organ donors: the medical, ethical, social, economic and other implications.

5 part series on living organ donors, May 6-11, 2005
Good Samaritan donors need independent advocates, some say
Man’s second chance hasn’t turned out as he expected
Donor has physical pain, but peace about decision
Articles republished with permission of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.


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