It’s Nice to Be Recognized: The 2011 Magnum Opus Awards


We can’t help but crow a little and share our good news. AJN has been recognized by the 2011 Magnum Opus Awards for custom-publishing editorial excellence—sponsored by ContentWise and the Content Marketing Institute and judged by professors from the Missouri School of Journalism and leading custom-publishing professionals—in the following three categories:

Gold – Best Blog Entry
“No Country for Old Women”

Amy M. Collins, September 22, 2010

Silver – Best Signed Editorial or Essay
“No Time for Complacency in AIDS Prevention”

Shawn Kennedy, March 2010

Honorable Mention – Best Sidebar
“Men Get Breast Cancer, Too”
Amy M. Collins, October 2010

The AJN staff works hard to produce editorial content that will inspire, engage, and inform our readers. Our mission is to promote excellence in nursing and health care through the dissemination of evidence-based, peer-reviewed clinical information and original research, discussion of relevant and controversial professional issues, adherence to the standards of journalistic integrity and excellence, and promotion of nursing perspectives to the health care community and the public.

The Magnum Opus awards focus on publications in many different industries, not just health care. Competing against other industries and being recognized as winners in an award like this fuels us to work even harder. We appreciate the acknowledgment and thank everyone involved in creating and delivering such excellent work. The work doesn’t stop here!—Amanda Geer, administrative coordinator

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  1. […] kudos, and waytogo’s to Shawn Kennedy and Amy Collins at AJN’s Blog Off the Charts for winning several Magnum Opus  Awards! […]

  2. […] kudos, and waytogo’s to Shawn Kennedy and Amy Collins at AJN’s Blog Off the Charts for winning several Magnum Opus  Awards! […]

  3. Carol Annesser June 23, 2011 at 3:48 pm

    The blog on “No country for old women” was terrific! I can’t tell you how often something like this happens. I constantly teach my students to check further when a patient has sudden onset of symptoms like this.

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