Springer Publishing continues as the most awarded publisher in the AJN Book of the Year Awards for six years running, with 19 awards. Sixteen books and one digital app were recognized as the most valuable titles in 2018, including eight first-place winners and two titles each winning in two categories.

CEO Mary Gatsch said, "This recognition by AJN, especially in the digital category, confirms we and our esteemed authors are providing the right products in the right formats to support nurses in their pursuit of academic, professional, and certification success. We couldn’t be prouder."

The prestigious AJN Book of the Year competition is widely respected in the nursing and healthcare publishing communities. Springer Publishing spanned 13 categories in recognition of high-quality publications that impact the healthcare community.

"We are so thankful for the incredible vision and hard work of our authors," Nursing Publisher, Elizabeth Nieginski, said. "We are honored to serve as the publishing partner for these distinguished publications."

Springer Publishing books swept the entire Critical Care-Emergency Nursing category. First-place award-winning editor in this category, Peggy Slota, said, "This is a first for our book and it’s heartwarming to be recognized. We strive to provide content that supports nurses in delivering the best care and improving outcomes for critically ill or injured children and their families." The new edition of her book, AACN Core Curriculum for Pediatric High Acuity, Progressive, and Critical Care Nursing, was published with Springer Publishing for the first time in 2018.

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