May 15, 2013
SLACK Incorporated Wins ASHPE Awards
THOROFARE, NJ – SLACK Incorporated has garnered three awards in the annual competition of the American Society of Healthcare Publication Editors (ASHPE).
The awards, in three categories, are as follows:
HemOnc Today - February 10, 2012 article “Beyond increased risk: Obesity hinders cancer diagnosis, treatment” won the Silver Award for best single news article.
Cardiology Today's Intervention - September/October 2012 article “Inside TAVR” tied for the Bronze Award for best opening page/spread: photo.
Healio.com/ID - November 2012 article “Highlights from HIV 11 Congress” won the Bronze Award for best online news coverage.
ASHPE recognizes outstanding editorial and design excellence and achievement in health care publications. The annual competition provides an opportunity for editors and designers to measure their efforts and publications against the best the health care sector has to offer.
“I am proud of our editorial and design staff. Their ongoing efforts have earned these highly regarded honors. ASHPE’s recognition of excellence is a testament to our commitment to provide physicians with high-quality news and information they need to better treat their patients,” said Joan-Marie Stiglich, ELS, Senior Vice President, SLACK Incorporated.
For more information visit Healio.com, or contact Lee Gaymon, Senior Director, Audience Development & Marketing, at email@example.com, 856.848.1000 ext. 356.
View the full list of 2013 ASHPE award winners here.
About SLACK Incorporated
SLACK Incorporated, publisher of HemOnc Today, Cardiology Today’s Intervention, Infectious Disease News and Healio.com, is a leading provider of information to targeted health care specialties. SLACK produces 42 publications in print and online; publishes more than 250 medical and allied health books; creates custom print and Internet-related projects; and produces convention daily newspapers and meeting supplements for a growing number of health care meetings. For more information, visit slackinc.com.