ANIA Receives 2017 APEX Award of Excellence for Journal of Informatics Nursing

The Journal of Informatics Nursing (JIN), the official publication of the American Nursing Informatics Association (ANIA), has been selected as a recipient of the 2017 APEX Award (Awards for Publication Excellence). More than 300 journals were considered for awards (with close to 1,400 entries in all), and JIN was acknowledged in the "Best New Magazines, Journals, & Tabloids" category.

The APEX Awards of Excellence, sponsored by Writing that Works: The Business Communications Report, been given for 29 years to professional communicators demonstrating excellence in graphic design, editorial content, and success in achieving overall communications effectiveness.

Anthony J. Jannetti, Inc. (AJJ) provides association management services to ANIA, including editorial and publishing administration. Tony Jannetti, AJJ's owner and CEO, thanks Graphic Designer Bob Taylor, Managing Editor Katie R. Rayburn, and Art Director Jack Bryant for their part in developing, designing, and editing this exceptional digital journal.

"Kudos to the AJJ staff for receiving this prestigious award," Jannetti said. "The outstanding work of the journal team not only brings credit to each employee, but also to the American Nursing Informatics Assocation and to AJJ."

JIN is published four times a year. Read a sample issue of the journal.

Photo (left to right): Thomas J. Greene, Director of Marketing, Miriam Martin, Marketing Coordinator, Bob Taylor, Creative Designer, Katie R. Rayburn, ELS, Managing Editor, Jack M. Bryant, Director, Creative Design and Production, Heidi Jannetti Wenzke, Vice President of AJJ, Inc.

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