CONTACT: TOM MOORE
Joint Office for Planning, Marketing and Communications
8788 John Pappajohn Pavilion
Iowa City IA 52242
Release: Sept. 5, 2001
Five UI publications receive national honors
Five publications produced by the Joint Office for
Planning, Marketing and Communications for University of Iowa Health Care
recently received awards in various national competitions.
Currents, a quarterly magazine targeted to practicing
physicians in Iowa and adjacent states, received an Award of Distinction from
the Association of American Medicine Colleges. It is edited by Zlatko Anguelov
and designed by Benson & Hepker, Iowa City. Currents was among 130 publications
nationwide competing in a category for periodicals targeted to external audiences.
"Partners in Caring," the 1999-2000 annual report
for University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, received a Crystal Award of
Excellence in Communicator Awards national print media competition. Designed
by Benson & Hepker, the report was edited by Michael Sondergard. Rita
Liddell coordinated the photography, which was provided by fisheye photography,
Hiawatha, Iowa. "Partners in Caring" also received a 2001 Apex Award for Publication
Currents (Zlatko Anguelov, editor), Well & Good
(Pat Badtke, editor) and Pacemaker (Michael Sondergard, editor) received Awards
of Distinction in the Communicator Awards competition. Compass (Jane Zukin,
editor), received Honorable Mention.
In addition, Clancy Champanois from the Joint Office
for Planning, Marketing and Communications received a 2001 Merit Award in
the National Health Information Awards competition. He was honored for an
article he wrote about Ignacio Ponseti, M.D., UI professor emeritus of orthopaedic
surgery. The article was published in Spectator, a University of Iowa publication.
ADDY awards recently were given by the Advertising
Federation of Cedar Rapids to three design companies who work with the Joint
Office for Planning, Marketing and Communications: Benson & Hepker (2000
Childrens Miracle Network Annual Report); MCS, Cedar Rapids (Behavioral
Health Series); and CMF&Z, Des Moines (fall enrollment poster).
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between the UI College of Medicine and the UI Hospitals and Clinics and the
patient care, medical education and research programs and services they provide.
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