Saturday April 19th 2014

ANA eBooks win award

The Washington, DC, chapter of the Society for Technical Communication has granted Nursesbooks.org, the publishing program of ANA, an Award of Merit for the quality of the writing, editing, design, and integration of the eBook version of the Foundation of Nursing 2010 Package.

That package includes the following ANA foundational titles: Nursing: Scope & Standards of Practice, 2nd Edition; Nursing’s Social Policy Statement: The Essence of the Profession; and Guide to the Code of Ethics for Nurses: Interpretation and Application.

The Society for Technical Communication is the largest volunteer organization of technical communicators in the world. Competition award winners include federal government agencies, local university presses, and large association and other non-profit publishers in the Washington, DC, area.

For more information about the ANA Foundation of Nursing 2010 Package, please go to www.nursesbooks.org.

— Francine R. Bennett is the senior publications specialist, Marketing, at ANA.

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