|The Sault's Carly Weeks wins again!|
By Rick McGeeFor the second time in six months, Saultite Carly Weeks has won a prestigious journalism award.
Tuesday, September 20, 2011
The Globe and Mail reporter was today named the recipient of the Canadian Medical Association's Michelle Lang Award for Excellence in Print Reporting.
The selection was based on an in-depth feature article titled "How to save health care from the pale-green maze."
According to a story in today's Globe and Mail, Weeks' piece "discussed how the design of hospitals can improve patientsí recoveries and prevent them from contracting illnesses."
To read the award-winning effort, click here.
A SooToday.com article last March noted that Weeks had been chosen for a Registered Nurses Association of Ontario Award for Excellence in Health Care Reporting.
That honour followed another Weeks feature that examined the design of health-care facilities based on patient needs rather than health bureaucracy dictates.
Weeks is shown with Prime Minister Stephen Harper in a SooToday.com file photo.
Printed from SooToday.com on 5/19/2013