It looks as though I am no longer golden. I did manage to again land a journalism award from the American Society of Healthcare Publication Editors, but this time around it is a mere bronze — and a tie, at that.
The recognition comes in the best how-to article category, for a story I wrote on how physicians can help ease the strain experienced by family members called upon to make end-of-life care decisions for their loved ones. While the story is obviously geared toward doctors, it may be helpful as a primer on the topic for nonphysicians. Check it out.