Two Health Industry Award Wins for Projects In Knowledge®
Recognition for Redesigned Company Website and
Tumor Immunology Living Medical eTextbook Mobile App
Little Falls, New Jersey—July 25, 2011—Projects In Knowledge, a fully accredited developer of continuing medical education (CME/CE) activities and cutting-edge digital and mobile information tools for busy clinicians, has received awards in two health industry competitions.
The company’s website (www.projectsinknowledge.com) won an Award of Excellence in the 2011 APEX Awards competition for “Most Improved Web and Intranet Site.” Launched in August 2010, the completely redesigned site provides greatly improved content organization and navigation, several new visual elements, more precise user customization options, and numerous technical upgrades. The 181 submissions in this category were judged on excellence in graphic design, editorial content, and the ability to achieve overall communications excellence.
The iPhone/iPad app for Projects In Knowledge’s Living Medical eTextbook: Update to the Tumor Immunology and Immunotherapy: Metastatic Melanoma Edition (http://lmt.projectsinknowledge.com/oncology/2001) received a “Mobile Application” Merit Award in the 2011 Web Health Awards winter/spring competition. This widely used app provides clinicians with convenient point-of-care access to comprehensive, up-to-date information on tumor immunology and the treatment of metastatic melanoma. A panel of health technology professionals judged all competition entries based on content, format, success in reaching the targeted health audience, and overall quality.
This is the second time the Living Medical eTextbook mobile app has won accolades for excellence. In December 2010 it was named a top-10 free iPhone app for healthcare professionals in a survey researched and conducted by iMedicalApps (http://www.imedicalapps.com/2010/12/bes-free-iphone-medical-apps-doctors-health-care-professionals/8/).
“We’re honored that both our redesigned website and the mobile app for our groundbreaking Living Medical eTextbook clinical resource have been recognized as among the best of the best,” said Patty Peterson, CCMEP, Senior Vice President at Projects In Knowledge. “Our goal is to maintain this standard of excellence as we continue to develop and deliver the point-of-care educational tools and resources that will help clinicians improve patient care.”
About Projects In Knowledge
Projects In Knowledge is a fully accredited provider of cutting-edge, innovative educational activities for physicians and other clinicians. Since its founding in 1980, the company’s mission has been to improve the quality of healthcare in the United States and abroad by delivering the highest-quality professional education, with demonstrated results, to physicians and other clinical professionals using creative, effective, and easily accessible instructional modalities. Learn more about us and view all of our CME/CE programs at www.projectsinknowledge.com. Connect with us through our social media outlets at www.projectsinknowledge.com/news/social_media.cfm.
Projects In Knowledge is a registered trademark of Projects In Knowledge, Inc.
About the APEX Awards
Communications Concepts, the sponsor of the APEX Awards (www.apexawards.com/), specializes in helping communicators write, edit, and manage more effective business publications. APEX 2011, the 23rd Annual Awards for Publication Excellence, is an international competition that recognizes outstanding publications, including newsletters, magazines, annual reports, brochures, and websites.
About the Web Health Awards
Now in their 13th year, the Web Health Awards (www.healthawards.com/wha/) recognize high-quality digital health resources for consumers and health professionals. The awards program is organized by the Health Information Resource Center[sm] (HIRC), a national information clearinghouse for professionals who work in consumer health fields. The Web Health Awards are an extension of the HIRC’s 18-year-old National Health Information Awards[sm], the largest program of its kind in the United States.