Journal of Christian Nursing Wins 3 Awards

2015 ASHPE AwardJenny Choi doesn’t draw attention to herself, but her stellar work as the graphic designer for Journal of Christian Nursing has received well-earned praise.

Recently JCN received three awards in the Graphics category from the American Society of Healthcare Publication Editors (ASHPE). This is an important competition in publishing, and an honor for JCN and the publisher, Lippincott Williams & Wilkins. LWW publishes over 275 medical journals.

JCN art designs come from author topics and inspiration from the Holy Spirit, and a lot is due to our talented graphic designer at LWW, Jenny Choi,” said Kathy Schoonover Shoffner, JCN editor. “She is a gifted artist and a delight to work with.”

awardsJCN received awards in these categories:

  • Silver Award for Best Opening Page / Spread Photo:

“Infant Mortality in Central Asia: Sad Statistics Come to Life” (April-June 2014)

  • Bronze Award for Best Opening Page / Spread:

“Computer-Generated Emotional Intelligence and Spiritual Well-Being” (July-September 2014)

  • Bronze Award for Best Cover Illustration:

“Anxiety: Etiology, Treatment, and Christian Perspectives” (April-June 2014)

“I want to help nurses see JCN as a broad-based, professional nursing journal that offers excellent content,” Kathy said. “These awards bring promotion and recognition to a Christian publication. When our work is honored, God is honored!”

Congratulations, Journal of Christian Nursing!


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