ONS Earns Awards for Publications and Periodicals
PITTSBURGH, PA—July 31, 2020—The Oncology Nursing Society’s (ONS’s) books, journals, and news magazine have a long history of industry recognition, receiving numerous awards for their commitment to excellence in publishing. This month, Association Media and Publishing (AM&P), Association Trends, and Communication Concepts, Inc., added new distinctions to the ONS publishing portfolio.
AM&P’s Excel awards (https://www.siia.net/excel/2020-Winners) are presented to nonprofit organization publications that exceed industry standards and exhibit excellence, aptitude, and innovation. AM&P bestowed the following honors to ONS:
- ONS Voice: Gold Award, Newsletters, General Excellence (print)
- ONS Voice: Bronze Award, Newsletters, General Excellence (digital)
- Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing: Silver Award, Journals, Cover Design (April 2019)
- Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing: Bronze Award, Journals, Cover Design (February 2019)
- Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing: Silver Award, Journals, General Excellence
- Oncology Nursing Forum: Silver Award, Journals, General Excellence
Additionally, ONS publications received an Association Trends TRENDY Award (https://www.associationtrends.com/trendy-awards/) in the Book/Manual/Catalog category for the book, Cancer Survivorship: Interprofessional, Patient-Centered Approaches to the Seasons of Survival, edited by Pamela J. Haylock and Carol P. Curtiss. ONS books also received APEX Awards (https://www.apexawards.com/) from Communications Concepts, Inc., in the Print Media—Books category for Cancer Survivorship as well as Current Trends in Oncology Nursing (second edition), edited by Judith Payne and Kathleen Murphy-Ende.
“Earning these awards is a testament to the excellent partnership that the publications staff has with our subject matter experts who serve in the capacity of editors, authors, and reviewers,” said Bill Tony, ONS director of publishing. “While it’s very complimentary to be acknowledged by our peers in the association publishing industry, our goal is to continually deliver high quality information and content in multi-media formats that prove to be invaluable to ONS members.”
ONS publications serve the oncology nursing community with new practice information, the latest research findings, breaking news, advocacy efforts, and more. Reaching more than 100,000 healthcare professionals, ONS publications raise the bar for oncology nursing excellence in print and digital media.
ONS is a professional association of more than 35,000 members committed to promoting excellence in oncology nursing and the transformation of cancer care. Since 1975, ONS has provided a professional community for oncology nurses, developed evidence-based education programs and treatment information, and advocated for patient care, all in an effort to improve quality of life and outcomes for patients with cancer and their families. Learn more at www.ons.org (http://www.ons.org).