MH wins five Tabbies M
has won five international awards for editorial and design excellence, including the top award for best single news story.
The citations came in the 2010 competition sponsored by Trade, Association and Business Publications International. The awards, known as the Tabbies for short, recognized
entries from about 500 submitted by English-language business publications from the U.S. as well as Canada, India, New Zealand, South Africa and the U.K..
won the gold award for best single news article for its Dec. 14, 2009 coverage of the formation of National Nurses United, a union behemoth created from three pre- existing nurses groups. Contest judges praised the cover story for its “excellent use of sources on both sides of the issue,” which “contributed to factual, balanced and objective reporting of a heated issue.” They described it as a “well-written, informative piece” that was complemented by a strong cover design.
The magazine won two bronze awards. One was for its weekly news section, which judges lauded for its “excellent variety of wellwritten news in both short and long forms.” The other was for the cover of its Nov. 30, 2009 issue illustrating a story on healthcare providers taking