Three Washington journalists have landed Kaiser Media Fellowships in Health to pursue in-depth research projects.
— Howard Gleckman, senior correspondent, Business Week, will study long-term care financing.
— Joanne Kenen, Washington Congressional correspondent, Reuters, has her eye on end-of-life and palliative care — ethics, quality of care, accessibility and cost.
— Joe Neel, health editor, National Public Radio, will be reporting on the counterfeiting of prescription drugs.
Kaiser’s Media Fellowships in Health can last up to nine months long, include site visits, seminars and stipends up to $50,000.