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Association Media & Publishing (AM&P), the premier member organization for the association media community, has selected HealthyC​hildren.org en Español as the winner of an esteemed EXCEL Award for editorial excellence in the organization's 2​014 EXCEL Awards competition. 

AM&P’s EXCEL Awards is the largest and most prestigious awards program that exclusively recognizes excellence and leadership in nonprofit association media, publishing, and communications.

The entry for HealthyChildren.org en Español was among more than 900 entries nationwide. The winners were deemed as having “superior quality and innovation.” 

The honor will be bestowed at the 34th Annual EXCEL Awards Gala, Monday, May 19 at the Sheraton Premiere, Tysons Corner, VA.

"This prestigious award epitomizes a team effort and is a tribute to the enthusiasm and solid efforts of our talented editorial staff," said Maureen DeRosa, Director of the American Academy of Pediatrics Department of Marketing and Publications. 

The EXCEL Awards program recognizes outstanding media products and publications from the association industry. To learn more about AM&P's programs, visit http://associationmediaandpublishing.org.

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About HealthyChildren.org en Español: 

HealthyChildren.org en Español ​launched in May 2013 and offers more than 2,000 articles in Spanish and all of the same great features as the English site, including Ask the Pediatrician, Find a Pediatrician, a KidsDoc Symptom Checker, and much more.

Registered users of HealthyChildren.org en Español enjoy a free, bi-weekly e-newsletter, a personalized home page featuring personalized content based on the of age of their child, and special offers.

HealthyChildren.org en Español is supported in part by Procter & Gamble’s Safe Home Campaign, Kellogg Company, and an independent grant from Merck & Co, Inc. 

 

Last Updated
4/29/2014
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