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ACP Publications Take Home Awards for Publishing Excellence
PHILADELPHIA, May 12, 2011 -- The American College of Physicians (ACP) is pleased to announce that ACP Internist, ACP Hospitalist, and ACP Internist Weekly have won awards for excellence in publishing.
ACP Internist won a Gold EXCEL award from Association Media & Publishing in the Newspapers: Feature Article: More than 50,000 category for an article on remote monitoring and a silver award for Best How-To Article from the American Society of Healthcare Publication Editors (ASHPE) for a piece on simulators.
"Congratulations to ACP's entire Publishing Department," said Steven Weinberger, MD, FACP, executive vice president and CEO of ACP, the organization that publishes ACP Internist, ACP Hospitalist, and ACP Internist Weekly. "ACP's publications - from our monthly print newspapers to our weekly e-newsletters - are invaluable sources of news and clinical information for internal medicine physicians."
ACP Internist and ACP Hospitalist highlight news on the diagnosis and treatment of complex or chronic diseases; translate guidelines and other evidence-based recommendations into practical guidance during clinical encounters; offer peer-written columns on diagnosis and decision-making; and outline career management tips and trends, among other topics.
ACP Internist Weekly is an e-newsletter containing clinical updates and breaking news specific to internal medicine and is distributed every Tuesday.
The EXCEL Awards honor and represent the best publishing products of the association industry. ASHPE recognizes editorial excellence and achievement in the field of health care publishing.
About the American College of Physicians
The American College of Physicians is the largest medical specialty organization and the second-largest physician group in the United States. ACP members include 130,000 internal medicine physicians (internists), related subspecialists, and medical students. Internists specialize in the prevention, detection, and treatment of illness in adults. Follow ACP on Twitter and Facebook.