Healio wins 7 APEX awards for publication excellence
Healio and Healio LIVE received seven APEX awards, including one Grand Award — the highest recognition — presented to Infectious Diseases in Children.
“This recognition for publication excellence is a testament to the hard work and dedication of our editorial, marketing and design teams. Congratulations to all for your outstanding achievements,” John C. Carter, chief operating officer of The Wyanoke Group, the parent company of Healio and Healio LIVE, said in a press release.
Each year, the APEX Awards recognize excellence in graphic design, editorial content and overall communications excellence.
APEX Awards for Publication Excellence recognize exceptional entries within individual categories, and the APEX Grand Awards honor outstanding works in 12 major categories.
This year — the 32nd annual APEX Awards — there were more than 1,800 entries, with a total of 100 Grand Awards presented among them.
Healio’s seven APEX awards include:
- Infectious Diseases in Children: Writing — Grand Award for “Nonmedical vaccine exemptions ‘violate’ a ‘fundamental right’ of children,” (April 2019) Katherine Bortz, Infectious Diseases in Children, Healio;
- Rheuminations Podcast: Electronic Media — Multimedia, Adam J. Brown, MD, Stacey L. Adams, Healio;
- Healio CME: Websites — Most Improved, Healio UX, Healio Design, Healio
- Orthopedics Today Hawaii 2020 Meeting: Campaigns, Programs & Plans – Events & Meetings, Trisha Caruso, Nancy Chernitsky, Emily Santo, Healio LIVE;
- Infectious Disease News: Writing — Feature Writing, “The ‘broken’ antimicrobial market: A ‘looming cloud’ over medicine,” (January 2019) Caitlyn Stulpin, Infectious Disease News, Healio;
- Healio Gastroenterology: Writing — Interviews & Personal Profiles, “Bench to Bedside to Market and Back Again: Revolutionizing the Microbiome,” (April 2019) Katrina Altersitz, Healio Gastroenterology and Liver Disease Team, Healio Gastroenterology, Healio; and
- Healio Rheumatology: Writing — Health & Medical Writing, “Nowhere Else to Go: Caring for Undocumented Patients in Rheumatology,” (October 2019), Jason Laday, Healio Rheumatology, Healio
“I’m extremely proud of these teams for consistently delivering high-quality content to the medical specialists they serve,” Carter said.