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Medical Journalists Association of Japan (MEJA)

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About Us

 The Medical Journalists Association of Japan (MEJA) was founded in 1987 by a group of volunteer journalists interested in reporting in the fields of medicine, health care, and welfare in Japan. It made a new start as an Nonprofit Organization in 2006. It has about 400 individual members now.

 We are developing various projects to improve the quality of reporting on medicine and medical care. We hold monthly seminars and public symposiums inviting lecturers who are active in various fields. We select and award the "Medical Journalists Association of Japan Award," and develop young human resources through the Basic Course for Medical Journalists.

 The Association is a member of the World Federation of Science Journalists (WFSJ) as a leading medical journalist organization in Japan.



Medical Journalists Association of Japan (MEJA)
c/o Cosmo Public Relations Corporation
8-10, Azabudai 1-chome, Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-0041, Japan


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