Each year the American Society of Healthcare Publication Editors (ASHPE) recognizes editorial excellence and achievement in the field of healthcare publishing. Its annual awards completion provides an opportunity for publishers to measure their efforts against the very best the healthcare sector has to offer.
Recently, the Journal of the AAOS (JAAOS) received the ASHPE Gold Award as the “Best Peer-Reviewed Journal of 2011.”
“The healthcare publishing field is vast and it means a great deal to the editorial board and staff of the JAAOS to be recognized for our editorial excellence,” explained Jeffrey Fischgrund, MD, editor in chief. “Our peer-reviewed journal maintains meticulous criteria for submission, so that qualifying manuscripts adhere to the highest standards of quality. This award is a recognition of and a testament to those high standards.”
JAAOS is pleased to accept the award as a positive confirmation of its position as the preeminent provider of musculoskeletal education and validation of its mission of championing the interests of all patients, serving AAOS members and the profession, and advancing the delivery of the highest quality musculoskeletal health care.
About the ASHPE
ASHPE is dedicated to enhancing the knowledge and skills of healthcare publication editors, and thereby expanding their value to, and contribution of, the publications they serve. ASHPE is committed to fostering the highest ethical standards in management; rewarding excellence in publications development and editorial performance; and serving as an authority on evolving trends in the healthcare publishing sector. For a list of other 2011 award recipients, visit http://www.ashpe.org/pdf/2012-winners.pdf