A Lack of Consensus on Journalists' Ethics
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Easton, Megan (1998-05-19)Each year, in an attempt to stimulate journalism students' interest in medical writing, CMAJ sponsors the Amy Chouinard Memorial Essay Prize. The $750 award is in memory of Amy Chouinard, a longtime and valued contributor ...
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