Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Bulletin: Medill Justice Project wins prestigious investigative award for its "Spotlight on Shaken-Baby Syndrome" which confirmed more than 3000 cases in the U.S. (Kudos to North-Western University for this important research. HL);

POST: "Medill Justice Project wins  Investigative Reporters And Editors Inc.  award," by Saman Sheikh, published by the Medill Justice project on April 3, 2014.

GIST:  "The Medill Justice Project won a national Investigative Reporters & Editors (IRE) Award for “Spotlight on Shaken-Baby Syndrome,” the project’s years-long examination of multiple shaken-baby syndrome cases. Led by Alec Klein, professor and director of the Medill Justice Project, the investigation comprised in-depth articles, the creation of a national database and a documentary. The Medill Justice Project identified and confirmed more than 3,000 cases of shaken-baby syndrome in the United States to create the database.

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