McKnight's repeats 'nation's best' honor

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McKnight's Long-Term Care News was announced Wednesday as the Gold Award winner for having the "Best News Section" among American healthcare publications. It is the second year in a row that McKnight's earned the coveted distinction from the American Society of Healthcare Publication Editors (ASHPE).

It also is the second year in a row that McKnight's garnered five total
awards in the annual ASHPE program.

The other McKnight's honors are:

· A Silver Award for "Best Online News Section" (www.mcknightsonline.com
)
· A Silver Award for "Best Redesign"
· A Bronze Award for "Best Special Supplement," for its 2005 Industry
Directory
· A Bronze Award for "Best Regular Column," for the "Ask the Care
Expert" department


McKnight's has won a total of 17 ASHPE awards over the last five years, a
stamp of journalistic excellence no other publication in its field
approaches.

The American Society of Healthcare Publication Editors (www.ashpe.org
) awards program honors the best in healthcare
publishing. The society is committed to fostering the highest ethical
standards in management, rewarding excellence in editorial performance and
serving as an authority on trends in the sector.
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