Nexus Awards for Dennehy, Quadrant

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The Association of Medical Media named Joe Dennehy of the Cleveland Clinic and Megan Boorjian of Quadrant as its 18th annual Nexus Representatives of the Year.

Dennehy took the award for multi-specialty publication home to the Cleveland Clinic Journal of Medicine, and Boorjian claimed the specialty publication award for Quadrant's Pulmonary Reviews. Ron Pantello, former CEO of Euro RSCG Life Worldwide and founder of the Medical Advertising Hall of Fame, told the assembled group that success moving forward would require publishers to “create channels, leveraging interactive, social and digital technology that better connects readers with content, authors, colleagues and medical societies for enhanced engagement,” according to the statement.
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