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Constructive journalism, as we know it from the World’s Best News, is a journalistic genre that has also made its entry at DR News. They have set up rules for how to incorporate constructive journalism into the range of programmes on a daily basis.

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When the World’s Best News was launched four years ago, the approach was very innovative, focusing on constructive news and progress made in foreign aid policy, instead of the classic focus on the problems of the third world. Ulrik Haagerup, Head of News at DR (the Danish Broadcasting Corporation), believes that traditional news journalism can learn from this:

‘Constructive journalism is a break with our self-understanding as journalists, and it changes the way news reporters have tended to view the world. All journalists will maintain that their focus on victims, exposures, and conflicts benefits society. But our most important job at DR as an organ of public service is to benefit the human community.’

This was the message presented by Head of News in DR, Ulrik Haagerup, at the World’s Best News’kick-off event for the 2014 campaign this Wednesday. Here the NGOs could hear one of Denmark’s leading Head of News report that there is a genuine need to supplement the five classic news criteria:

‘To deliver constructive journalism is a break with the criteria we normally use for what is news, and on the basis of which student journalists still learn to write’,explains Haagerup. He points to the fact that a traditional element of news journalism is to focus on deviation, on news stories that deviate from the norm:

‘But at a time when constantly reporting on all the problems in the world has become the norm, a constructive and forward-looking story is a story that can differentiate us from other media’, Haagerup points out.

The Head of News, who has previously headed Danish newspapers Jyllands-Posten and Nordjyske Medier, believes that the World’s Best News is on the right track – where the focus is on problem solving:

‘There was a time when news was about yesterday; nowadays news is about today; and future journalism will be about what happens tomorrow. But this does not mean we need to draw the watch dog’s teeth’,as he puts it.

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This magically mouthwatering recipe will shine at any meal. Ragout pairs wonderfully with brown rice, quinoa, or polenta.

Yields: 6 servings | Serving Size: 1 cup | Calories: 256 | Total Fat: 18g | Saturated Fat: 13g | Trans Fat: 0g | Cholesterol: 55mg | Sodium: 46mg | Carbohydrates: 4g | Fiber: 1g | Sugars: 1g | Protein: 19g | SmartPoints: 10 |



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I made this and it was yummy. The kids got steamed rice. Mom, after her gastric sleeve surgery had cauliflower rice.

Gina, Thanks for the feedback…so happy the family enjoyed!

Amazing and creamy! Served with jasmine rice and sautéed asparagus…Yum! I’ll definitely make this again!!

Thank you for this recipe it was delicious. I had it with cauliflower rice OMGoodness. I will definitely make this a favorite.

We’re so glad you enjoy this recipe, Linda! Cauliflower rice was a great side choice!

I have mine simmering right now. It is not creamy. It is runny. Is it supposed to be like this?

Kelly, I just remade this recipe and added one tweak: combined 2 Tablespoons each flour and butter then added to the pan when adding the coconut milk and nutmeg.

I see the description before the listed recipe mentions shallots but I don’t see shallots in the recipe? Please advise! Thank you much!!!

Veronica, This recipe was retested and the shallts removed. Sorry about the confusion.

Sandra Greniewicki, Anne Warren Thomas Professor of Nursing Health Policy, poses for a photo inside the Lockett-Mitchell Parlour. (AJ Reynolds/Brenau University)

Written by David Morrison , posted on Wednesday, February 7, 2018 · Leave a Comment

In May of 1961, President John F. Kennedy tapped into that nascent mother lode of good old American faith and chutzpah when he declared that the veritable global laughing stock of a U.S. space program would put a man on the moon by the end of the decade. A year earlier, a group of Gainesville, Georgia, citizens declared that in three years 10 students would receive diplomas from the nursing school they just established without any professional reputation, accreditation, endowment or operating capital.

Although on different scales, both outlandish visions came to pass, proving that if you put enough heart, soul and faith into it, a dream can come true.

That Hall School of Nursing three-year diploma program from the 1960s ultimately morphed into Brenau University’s Mary Inez Grindle School of Nursing, which over the years has produced hundreds of graduates with bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees in nursing, who have improved health care for hundreds of thousands of people.

It truly is a remarkable story of the beginnings of a transformation in both the community and an institution. As her last major contribution to Brenau, the person who wants to tell that story is the Anne Warren Thomas nursing professor Sandra Atkinson Greniewicki, whose qualification for writing the history is that she helped make it.

Greniewicki has worn just about every hat on the rack – faculty liaison, consultant, chair, dean, provost, two named professorships – in the roughly 30 years that she has had formal roles. However, her relationship with Brenau covers four decades during which she worked intermittently in key positions at schools in Virginia, Illinois, North Carolina, Alabama and Michigan. Her international health care leadership has extended into both China and Mexico, where she taught and practiced nursing in several large universities. She has been a regular financial contributor to the nursing program over the years and is considering establishing an estate gift. A few years ago she came out of retirement to help Brenau establish its first doctorate – a nursing practice degree for those who function in generally the same capacity as physician assistants in diagnosing and treating patients.


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