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Pulse reporter scoops top medical journalism prize

Pulse's senior clinical reporter Brian Kelly won first prize at the 11th annual Medical Journalism awards last week.

Brian won a commendation in the general medical trade news category at the Norwich Union Healthcare-sponsored awards.

Celia Hall, chair of judges and The Daily Telegraph medical editor, said: 'Days after the nationals had picked the Wanless Report to pieces, Brian Kelly found a genuinely different and interesting angle that was entirely relevant to his audience of GPs. A well-written and thought-out piece of journalism on a complex subject.'

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