EMN Wins APEX
and ASHPE Awards!
Emergency Medicine News has received three awards in the 2013 competition of the American Society of Healthcare Publication Editors! Congratulations to Ravi Morchi, MD; Larry Mellick, MD; Carlo Reyes, MD!
Dr. Reyes won a gold award for best new column for his legal articles, At Your Defense. Dr. Mellick received a bronze award for his blog, M2E Too! Mellick’s Multimedia EduBlog. Dr. Morchi won a bronze award for best new department with his column, Diagnosis Deconstructed. Check out their award winning entries in a special collection on our website: http://bit.ly/EMN-ASHPEawards.
The American Society of Healthcare Publication Editors competition is the most prestigious in health care publishing. The organization is dedicated to fostering the highest ethical standards and excellence in health care publishing.
Emergency Medicine News also won two awards in the 2012 APEX competition. The newspaper was one of only a handful of the 3,380 entries to receive a Grand Award, for best newspaper. This is the third consecutive year that EMN has won that honor.
Grand Awards are given for outstanding quality in 11 major categories, including editorial content and graphic design. "The content is absolutely first rate with interesting, in-depth features that do an exceptional job of targeting topics to which emergency medicine professionals should be paying attention. Layout and typography are clean and readable, but the key is the richness and depth of the editorial well,” the APEX judges said about EMN.
Congratulations also to Mark L. DeBard, MD, and Michael T. Cudnik, MD, who also received an Award of Excellence for best editorial, “Raiders of the Lost Admit.” Read it at http://bit.ly/MEkRn0.