I am so proud of Kathy and I think I speak for all of us, that it has been a privilege to work with her, said Lee Resnick.
Scottsdale, AZ (PRWEB) April 01, 2014
Urgent Care Textbooks would like to congratulate Ms. Katharine O'Moore-Klopf for her achievement as the winner of the prestigious Robinson Prize by the American Copy Editors Society for 2013.
Katharine’s primary works for the year 2013 were as chief copy editor of the Textbook of Urgent Care Medicine and the Textbook of Urgent Care Management written by Physician leaders, Lee A. Resnick, M.D., F.A.A.F.P. and John Shufeldt, M.D., J.D., F.A.C.E.P.
“I am so proud of Kathy and I think I speak for all of us, that it has been a privilege to work with her,” said Lee Resnick, Co-Editor-in-Chief and author of The Textbook of Urgent Care Medicine
The Robinson Prize is one of two awards given annually by the American Copy Editors Society to one copy editor whose work demonstrates exceptional effectiveness. It is the top prize for copy editors nationally and includes copy editors from the most respected and sophisticated publications including the Associated Press, New York Times, USA Today, National Geographic, and Chicago Tribune. In addition to recognition, winners of the prize, receive a cash reward.
In 1995, Katharine established KOK Edit as a sole proprietorship to provide editorial services to publishers and authors. She continues to edit nonmedical books, however, her main focus is medical editing, both books and journal articles.
About Katarine O'Moore-Klopf
O'Moore-Klopf was a reporter for a midsize Texas newspaper. She then moved to the publishing industry, and was determined to edit for book and journal authors. While working for a medical publisher, she developed a special talent for editing manuscripts written by non-native English speakers—a skill also known as ESL (English as a second language) editing.
In 1995 she established KOK Edit as a sole proprietorship to provide editorial services to publishers and authors. Today her main focus is medical editing, both books and journal articles, helping physicians communicate research that will enable other physicians to treat their patients more effectively.
About Urgent Care Textbooks
Physician leaders, Lee A. Resnick, M.D., F.A.A.F.P and John Shufeldt, M.D., J.D., F.A.C.E.P. have collaborated to fill an ever growing need in the urgent care industry: to create educational materials with the highest relevancy, utility, and credibility. In the textbooks, each chapter is authored by a leading urgent care physician or clinic operator, in their areas of expertise. The books provide a thorough and quick reference guide in both the application of clinical practice and the management of an urgent care center. They were developed specifically for the standardized training and continuing education of healthcare professionals in Urgent Care Medicine. In each program, emphasis is placed on evaluation and management, diagnostics, clinical decision-making and disposition management for common urgent care presentations. Additional emphasis is placed on applying evidence based medicine, and established "best practices" as well as being alert to the potentially dangerous or life-threatening signs and symptoms of common presenting problems.