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April 30, 2021

PracticeLink Magazine wins three ASHPE 2016 awards


In 2016, for the sixth year in a row, PracticeLink Magazine was recognized by the American Society of Healthcare Publication Editors (ASHPE) for excellence in editorial, graphics and overall publication quality.

In the 2016 awards, announced in April, PracticeLink Magazine was awarded:

Best How-To Article
Gold
The Contracts and Compensation Issue: How to Comb Through Your Contract Like a Lawyer

Best Single Issue
Silver
The Contracts and Compensation Issue

Best Special Supplement
Bronze
PracticeLink’s The Guide: When to Do What in Your Job Search

The American Society of Healthcare Publication Editors (ASHPE) recognizes editorial and graphic excellence in the field of healthcare publishing through an annual awards contest. The competition provides an opportunity for editors to measure their efforts against the very best the healthcare sector has to offer.

"For PracticeLink Magazine to be honored six years in a row is a huge accomplishment. I’d like to thank our readers and advertisers for making this honor possible," says Ken Allman, founder and CEO of PracticeLink.

PracticeLink is the nation’s most trusted physician recruitment resource and is the leading online recruitment solution for more than 5,000 facilities nationwide. In addition to its premier online physician job bank, PracticeLink publishes the award-winning PracticeLink Magazine, named ASHPE’s 2014 Publication of the Year, which provides career resource information for 80,000+ residents, fellows and job-seeking physicians each quarter. PracticeLink is headquartered in Hinton, West Virginia, and has offices in Louisville, Kentucky, and St. Louis, Missouri.

ASHPE, The American Society of Healthcare Publication Editors, is dedicated to enhancing the knowledge and skill of healthcare publication editors and serves as the authority on trends in the healthcare publication sector.



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