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dvm360 magazine, dvm360.com honored with national awards
Excellence in both print and digital media recognized by national association.
dvm360 has won two print Azbee awards as well as an honorable mention in the digital Azbee awards category from the American Society of Business Publication Editors (ASBPE). The ASBPE Azbee Awards of Excellence competition recognizes the best in editorial, design and online achievement for editors and writers for business, trade and specialty press.
The awards were given during the ASBPE national conference and awards banquet in New York on July 24. They include:
Gold award in the Visual Storytelling category: dvm360.com
dvm360 Leadership Challenge: The ailing profession, an animated short film
In this first Leadership Challenge installment, “An ailing profession,” we took a hard look at veterinarians' financial health based on the results of some groundbreaking exclusive research: the VPI-Veterinary Economics Financial Health Study.
Silver award in the Humorous/Fun Department category: dvm360 magazine
Michael Obenski, DVM, "Where did I go wrong?" August 2014, December 2014
Born and raised in Hatboro, Pa., Dr. Michael A. Obenski wanted to become a veterinarian at age 11. He accomplished it in 1972 by graduating from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine. In 1978, Dr. Obenski opened the Allentown Clinic for Cats, where he still practices. He began writing the “Where did I go wrong?” columns in 1976 and retired in 2014 after writing more than 500 popular pieces.
Honorable mention in the Best Cross-Platform Package of the Year: dvm360 magazine, Veterinary Economics, Veterinary Medicine, Firstline, dvm360.com, dvm360 for iPad
dvm360 Leadership Challenge: Cat care in crisis
As the most popular pet in North America, cats represent a tremendous opportunity for the veterinary profession. So why aren't more cats getting adequate care? This package from the dvm360 portfolio took a look at the reasons-and what veterinarians could do about it. (With an educational grant provided by Zoetis.)