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2012 Conference on Health: Health Policy and Health Inequities Sponsorship Opportunities
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Journalists, media professionals and other prominent health officials will gather March 29-31, 2012 in Washington, DC for NABJ’s Annual Health Conference. The NABJ Media Institute Conference on Health has garnered headlines and the attention of newsmakers around the country. We bring together a broad range of stakeholders from the health arena to discuss the current policies and practices affecting health outcomes in the African American community. This networking opportunity provides hundreds of media professionals with vital information needed to improve coverage of health stories and identify the economic and social dynamics that impact health outcomes.

The NABJ Media Institute’s 4th Annual NABJ Media Institute on Health Health Policy and Health Inequities offers a unique opportunity for sponsors to reach approximately 150 Reporters, Editors, Publishers, Broadcasters and Bloggers that cover health issues.

 

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Professional Development Breakfast & Lunches

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Speed Pitch Roundtable

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Your participation supports NABJ's efforts to provide journalists with the critical information and tools needed to improve coverage of health stories about African Americans and our communities. At the same time, your sponsorship delivers recognition from a broad representation of health industry leaders within an informative setting.

For more on NABJ sponsorship opportunities Miranda Lewis via phone (301) 405-6986 or email mlewis@nabj.org

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