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Jolicoeur Wins Health Coverage Fellowship

jolicoeur_lynn_square-130x130WBUR producer Lynn Jolicoeur has received a 2014 Health Coverage Fellowship from  The Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts Foundation, one of just 12 awarded to medical journalists nationwide.

The Health Coverage Fellowship is designed to help the media improve its coverage of critical health care issues. The program will run for nine days, beginning April 25, at Babson College’s Center for Executive Education in Wellesley, Mass. It will focus on a series of pressing medical issues, from implementing health care reform to curbing costs, addressing mental illness, and redressing public health threats.

Lynn Jolicoeur is the field producer for WBUR’s All Things Considered. Before joining WBUR, she worked as a television news reporter and anchor for 18 yearsLynn has won numerous journalism awards, including a Boston/New England regional Emmy for Outstanding Achievement in News Reporting. She earned a journalism degree from Boston University.

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