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General Circulation Journalism Award
Recognizing excellence in traditional print reporting
Trade Journalism Award
Recognizing excellence in writing for a specialized audience
Television and Radio Journalism Award
Recognizing excellence in reporting for TV, radio and streaming media
Digital Media Award
Recognizing reporting and analysis produced specifically for an online audience
Recognizing excellence in peer-reviewed, published research
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Lost on the Frontline
Kaiser Health News and The Guardian
Christina Jewett, Danielle Renwick, Alastair Gee and the Lost on the Frontline team
National Public Radio, The University of Maryland Howard Center for Investigative Journalism and Capital News Service
Meg Anderson and Sean McMinn
The Weight of Numbers: Air Pollution and PM2.5
Larry Price, Gayathri Vaidyanathan, Talia Bronshtein, Sohara Mehroze Shachi, Anna Cunningham and Brendan Borrel
Kaiser Health News
Sarah Jane Tribble, Sydney Lupkin, Heidi de Marco, John Hillkirk, Francis Ying, Lydia Zuraw, Diane Webber and Scott Hensley
STAT: Coverage of the opioid crisis
David Armstrong, Matthew Orr and Natalia Bronshtein
Healthcare Triage—Using Evidence to Inform Policy
Aaron Carroll, Mark Olsen, Stan Muller