Digging without fear or favour, dramatising academic research, coining a buzzword that sticks – all ways a journalist can command attention and occasionally make a difference. This was the topic for the latest in a series of Brixton lunches which seem to proliferate in the summer lull. I was talking to Miriam Wells from the Bureau of Investigative Journalism, a very cool organization (@TBIJ if you’re on twitter) where she has just become the ‘Impact Editor’. Now she has to work out what that means – she sets out some initial thoughts here. She has plenty to work with – the BIJ has some notable victories, eg on the rise of antibiotic resistance.