Nurse.com by OnCourse Learning’s consistent coverage of important nursing topics, along with creative strides to provide relevant content has earned the group multiple awards in 2018.
The three quality nursing content and creative awards distinguish Nurse.com by OnCourse Learning’s healthcare thought leadership across the globe. These spring awards were presented by the American Society of Healthcare Publication Editors and the Hermes 2018 Creative Awards.
About the ASHPE award
The recognition includes the prestigious Gold Award for Best Use of Infographics from the American Society of Healthcare Publication Editors. The winning infographic, “Here’s how you really feel,” was published in Nurse.com’s National Nurses Week digital edition.
“Every day, our team is dedicated to providing nurses with the latest education, news and career resources,” said Lance Pine, OnCourse Learning’s vice president, recruitment & advertising solutions. “This infographic was a popular feature because it showcased the voices of nurses around the country and how they feel about the nursing profession.”
Featuring seven categories of data, including satisfaction and morale, salary and benefits, personal and professional growth and making a difference, the infographic highlights nurses’ perspectives in the workplace and could serve as a powerful tool for both healthcare staff and recruiters.
“We focus on nurses — what they need, what drives them, what inspires them — and providing this in a visually stimulating, user-friendly way,” said Sallie Jimenez, healthcare content manager for advertising solutions at OnCourse Learning. “We’re honored to be receiving awards that tell us we are hitting our goals.”
ASHPE honored winners in 32 different categories this year with Gold, Silver and Bronze awards. The winners included writers, editors and graphic artists. The awards program provides publications an opportunity to measure their work against the very best in the healthcare sector.
“The animated, digital infographic was designed to be intuitive,” said Mike Milinac, creative manager for advertising services at OnCourse Learning. “This creative award highlights our innovative methods and the effectiveness of our design to share our survey data with our audience.”
About the Hermes Gold Awards
Nurse.com by OnCourse Learning also received recognition for its phenomenal coverage of the latest nursing news with Nurse.com’s blog earning a Gold Award in the Blog (Overall) category as part of the Hermes 2018 Creative Awards Competition. Featuring continuing education tools, employment resources and thoughtful leadership content, the blog serves as a go-to for nurses nationwide.
Hermes recognizes professionals in print, digital, interactive and social media, along with public relations and communications.
Nurse.com received a second Hermes Gold Award for its digital coverage. In the E-Zine category, the recruitment solutions group was honored for the digital nursing publication, “DAISY Brings Meaningful Recognition to Nurses,” featuring the popular DAISY Award program and ways nurses recognize each other for the compassionate care they provide to patients each day.
The digital edition was a joint venture between The DAISY Foundation and Nurse.com by OnCourse Learning. Proceeds from the project were used to make a $2,000 donation to the foundation in support of nurse-led research projects.
“These awards reflect the consistent quality of our content across diverse digital platforms,” said Heather Cygan, senior director of content and creative strategy for advertising solutions at OnCourse Learning. “We work hard to create meaningful and useful content for nurses nationwide, so it’s inspiring to receive third-party recognition for our efforts to educate nurses.”
Nurse.com is the largest digital resource dedicated to registered nurses, providing news, employment opportunities and continuing education programming through the publication and its complementary digital products including website, blogs, e-books and social media outlets.
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