Navigation Links
Mental Health America Encourages Journalists, Media Professionals to Submit Entries for 2010 Media Awards
Date:2/9/2010

Recognize Excellence in Reporting, Portrayals of Mental Health Issues; Deadline for Submissions is March 31

ALEXANDRIA, Va., Feb. 9 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Mental Health America encourages journalists and media professionals to submit national, state, local and student news and feature stories in print, online radio, television and film for the 2010 Media Awards.

Details, including categories and a downloadable entry form, are available at http://www.mentalhealthamerica.net/go/about-us/pressroom/media-awards/2010-media-awards. The deadline for submissions is March 31, 2010.  This year, the number of categories has been expanded to include national websites, local/regional websites and blogs.

Each June at its Annual Meeting, Mental Health America recognizes excellence in reporting and portrayals of mental health issues from the previous year.  

Entries are judged by a committee of peers selected by Mental Health America for their knowledge of mental health issues, demonstrated excellence in reporting and editorial experience.

The 2009 award winners included Elizabeth Bernstein and Nathan Koppel of The Wall Street Journal, James Carlson of the Topeka Capital-Journal, Alix Spiegel of NPR, Bryan Thompson of Kansas Public Radio, Mary Carmichael of Newsweek, and Robert L. Arnold and John Barone of KPRC-TV (Houston). Read a full list of winners from last year.

Mental Health America will notify winners by the second week in May and will honor those winners at a Media Awards luncheon on Saturday, June 12, 2010, during the 2010 Mental Health America Annual Conference in Washington, D.C. For questions or additional information, contact mediaawards@mentalhealthamerica.net.

Mental Health America is the country's leading nonprofit dedicated to helping all people live mentally healthier lives. With our century of service to America and our more than 300 affiliates nationwide, we represent a national movement that promotes mental wellness for the health and well-being of the nation- everyday and in times of crisis.

SOURCE Mental Health America

RELATED LINKS
http://www.mentalhealthamerica.net

'/>"/>

SOURCE Mental Health America
Copyright©2010 PR Newswire.
All rights reserved

Related medicine news :

1. Experimental anti-cancer drug made from corn lillies kills brain tumor stem cells
2. College Mental Health Expert and Sister of Student Who Died By Suicide Available to Discuss College Mental Health Issues
3. HHS Announces $75 Million in Supplemental Funding to States for Pandemic Flu Preparedness
4. Virginia Tech Review Panel Calls For Reform of Mental Health Treatment Law
5. Therap Services Continues to Hire Experienced Developmental Disability Industry Clinicians for its Customer Support Team
6. The Philadelphia Walk Now for Autism Expected to Draw 10,000 Walkers and Raise $1 Million to Help Find Answers About the Nations Fastest-Growing Developmental Disorder
7. How Best to Treat Preschoolers With ADHD? The Harvard Mental Health Letter Discusses the Options
8. Experimental Antidepressants Offer Faster Relief
9. Environmental stress probed in cardiovascular disease, diabetes
10. UCLA receives $22.5 million to explore the fundamental biology of mental disorders
11. Mental Health Woes Strike Half of Cancer Patients
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
(Date:1/20/2017)... ... January 20, 2017 , ... ... enhance people’s everyday lives, recently attended the January ECRM Trade Show in Hilton ... is known for its large range of supplements that keep the body functioning ...
(Date:1/20/2017)... ... January 20, 2017 , ... “Mary Magdalene: Grace is Greater than Sin”: ... who witnessed Jesus Christ firsthand. “Mary Magdalene: Grace is Greater than Sin” is the ... an educator interacting with countless women who had little knowledge of the female characters ...
(Date:1/20/2017)... ... January 20, 2017 , ... “Christmas in Suffolk”: ... published author, Sara Seymour, who lives in Lafayette, Indiana where she works in a ... iced coffees and writes. , Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Sara Seymour’s new book ...
(Date:1/19/2017)... (PRWEB) , ... January 20, 2017 , ... Today, the ... to participate in four of CMS’s Alternative Payment Models (APMs) in 2017. Clinicians who ... patients. APMs are an important part of the Administration’s effort to build a ...
(Date:1/19/2017)... , ... January 19, 2017 , ... This month, the ... that the name of their drug rehab center in Delray Beach, Florida has been ... that not only stars such as Philip Seymour Hoffman and Chris Farley are dying ...
Breaking Medicine News(10 mins):
(Date:1/19/2017)... YORK , Jan. 19, 2017 This ... the current and future scenario of the global market. ... rising opioid consumption. Severe chronic constipation is a major ... to traditional laxatives. Hence, novel targeted therapy has been ... OIC sufferers, launch of targeted medicines, and growing awareness ...
(Date:1/19/2017)... 19, 2017  Stealth BioTherapeutics Inc. ( Stealth ), ... dysfunction, today announced new additions to its senior leadership ... Medical Officer, and Daniel Geffken as interim ... Jim Carr , Pharm.D. has been promoted to Chief ... to welcome Doug and Daniel to our management team, ...
(Date:1/19/2017)... 2017 According to a study conducted by ... to witness a CAGR of 6.5% during the forecast period 2016-2024. ... continue to be the leading market for cryotherapy globally during the ... Highlights ... ensuring affordable and adequate supply of gas in order to provide ...
Breaking Medicine Technology: