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Wolters Kluwer Receives 27 Awards from the American Society of Healthcare Publication Editors (ASHPE) for Editorial and Design Excellence

Wolters Kluwer, a leading global provider of information and point of care solutions for the healthcare industry, is pleased to announce that its Lippincott  journal portfolio has won 27 awards across 20 categories in the American Society of Healthcare Publication Editors (ASHPE) annual awards competition. ASHPE recognizes member articles and publications for editorial, design, print and online award categories.

“We are very excited for and proud of our editorial and publishing teams for their accomplishments this year,” said Jayne Marks, Vice President, Global Publishing, Wolters Kluwer, Health Learning, Research and Practice. “Winning an ASHPE award is an honor and a true testament to the hard work and drive from quality that we see from our teams.”

See below for the complete list of 2017 ASHPE awards received by Lippincott published journals:

Best Blog
Gold: American Journal of Nursing, Off The Charts: Just Breathe: A Nurse’s Tough Love Proves Crucial During One Mother’s Labor, What a Nurse Really Wants and Sent Back: Imagining the Real Costs of a Family’s End-of-Life Decisions (March 2, May 19, July 12)

Best Case History
Gold: Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants, “An unusual cause of pericardial effusion” (September 2016)

Best Commentary
Gold: Emergency Medicine News, How to Be a Real EP” (September 2016)

Best Cover: Illustration
Gold: American Journal of Nursing, Political Cartoon” (October 2016)
Silver: Journal of Christian Nursing, Teen Depression and Suicide: A Silent Crisis” (April/June 2016)

Best Cover: Photo
Bronze: Journal of Christian Nursing, Trauma-Informed Care: Helping Patients with a Painful Past” (October/December 2016)

Best E-Newsletter
Gold: Lippincott, “Cardiac Insider’s Hemodynamic Decline” (February 26,2016)

Best Feature Article
Bronze (tie): Journal of Christian Nursing, Teen Depression and Suicide: A Silent Crisis” (April/June 2016)
Bronze (tie): The Nurse Practitioner, “A multidisciplinary response to commercial sexual exploitation of children” (November 2016)

Best Feature Article Series
Gold: Nursing2016, “Oncology Emergency Series” (September, November 2016, and February 2017)
Silver: The Nurse Practitioner, “Integrative Health Series: Herbal Supplements” (October, November, December 2016)

Best How-To Article
Bronze: Journal for Nurses in Professional Development, “Measuring Return on Investment for Professional Development Activities, Part I & Part II” (May/June, July/August 2016)

Best Legislative/Government Article
Silver: The Nurse Practitioner, “28th Annual Legislative Update: Advancements Continue for APRN Practice” (January 2016)
Bronze: Oncology Times, “21st Century Cures Act Aims to Speed Approvals of New Drugs & Devices” (December 25, 2016)

Best News Coverage
Bronze: American Journal of Nursing, The Year in Review 2015, In the News: February 2016, AJN Reports: Violence Against Nurses in the Workplace

Best Opening Page/Spread: Photo
Gold: Journal of Christian Nursing, “When Sorrow Never Stops: Chronic Sorrow After the Death of a Child” (January/March 2016)

Best Overall Use of Graphics
Gold: Nursing made Incredibly Easy!, The Sex Issue” (November/December 2016)

Best Peer-Reviewed Journal
Gold: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, (October, November, December 2016), published on behalf of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS)
Silver: American Journal of Nursing, (September, October, November 2016)

Best Profile
Gold: Neurology Now, “Shining a Light” (October/November 2016), published on behalf of the American Academy of Neurology (AAN)

Best Single Issue
Bronze: Nursing made Incredibly Easy!, (November/December 2016)

Best Single News/Analysis Article
Gold: Neurology Today, “Salary Disparities Reported Between Men and Women Academic Physicians - The Widest Gap Is in Neurology” (August 18,2016), published on behalf of the American Academy of Neurology (AAN)
Bronze: Neurology Now, “Stem Cell Reality: Desperate patients are vulnerable to the promise of stem cell therapy most of it unproven. Protect your health and your wallet with these facts.” (December 2016), published on behalf of the American Academy of Neurology (AAN)

Best Special Supplement, Annual or Buyer’s Guide
Bronze (tie): Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, “Current Concepts in Wound Healing: Update 2016” (September 2016), published on behalf of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS)

Best Use of Social Media
Silver: Lippincott, “My Nursing Care Plan
Bronze: Journal of Addiction Medicine, “Renaissance of Social Media

Best Use of Video
Bronze: Lippincott, “Macro Trends in Nursing 2016” (March 1, 2016)

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