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PEJ

(pĕj)
percutaneous endoscopic jejunostomy.
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6) The authors e-mailed the PEJ to clarify its funding sources, but received no reply.
If the PEJ does not take into account factors like the demographic growth, it will be a failure," he says.
AOL continues to defend its investment in Patch and in early 2012 revealed a new ad team that it hoped would boost ad sales," PEJ continues.
According to yet another PEJ analysis, this one just released on February 17, TV stations controlled by large group owners--including the major networks and their biggest affiliates--generally produce lower-quality newscasts than do their smaller rivals.
Patients who have gastric outlet obstruction or gastroparesis can have placement of a PEG for drainage with a feeding PEJ allowing them to have some oral intake while being maintained on enteral feedings.
We are delighted the Pew Research Center's Project for Excellence in Journalism selected our platform to gain deep insights from online public sentiment and we look forward to seeing future PEJ reports enhanced with perspectives from social media.
The PEJ said it collected "highly granular data" about the digital revenue and sales efforts of the 38 papers which represent six companies, based on the guarantee they would not be named publicly.
The recent PEJ news media report points out that 79 percent of people surveyed said they never or hardly ever click on advertisements.
PEJ has created the index as an addition to its weekly News Coverage Index, which tracks the most-reported stories of the week in mainstream news outlets.
First, like the PEJ survey, the numbers are thrown off by the fact that both studies found that "horse race" angles (including polling) thoroughly dominated the overall coverage in their samples -- 57% of the stories in the PEJ and much higher than that in the Post's study (1,295 horse-race stories and only 594 issues stories).
The bottom line, Afghanistan never has been a story that's generated a lot of sustained coverage in the media," says Mark Jurkowitz, associate director of PEJ.