Family Practice Management Earns Accolades
Journal receives two awards for excellence
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Tuesday, July 5, 2016
American Academy of Family Physicians
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LEAWOOD, Kan. – Two societies of publishing professionals recently recognized Family Practice Management, a peer-reviewed journal of the American Academy of Family Physicians, with awards for editorial excellence.
- Gold EXCEL Award for Best Journal Feature Article from Association Media & Publishing for "Physician Burnout: Its Origin, Symptoms, and Five Main Causes" by Dike Drummond, MD.
- Bronze Award for Best Peer-Reviewed Journal from the American Society of Healthcare Publication Editors.
“These awards are a testament to the value our editorial team and subject matter experts bring to Family Practice Management's extensive audience of physicians and medical practice staff,” said Stephanie Hanaway, publisher and director of the American Academy of Family Physicians’ Journal Media Division. “We are honored to be among this year's distinguished award recipients.”
FPM's mission is to give family physicians and others in primary care the tools and information they need to build rewarding practices and improve patient care.
Association Media & Publishing’s EXCEL competition recognizes the best in nonprofit digital and print publishing, design, marketing, advertising, and communication. The American Society of Healthcare Publication Editors’ annual awards competition recognizes editorial excellence and achievement in the field of health care publishing.
For additional information and links to the award winning content, please click here.
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Family physicians conduct approximately one in five office visits -- that’s 192 million visits annually or 48 percent more than the next most visited medical specialty. Today, family physicians provide more care for America’s underserved and rural populations than any other medical specialty. Family medicine’s cornerstone is an ongoing, personal patient-physician relationship focused on integrated care.
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