From the HeSCA Listserve:
“Do you know of any remarkable health education materials that make a significant impact on the way health-related information is communicated?
The Vesalius Trust for Visual Communication in the Health Sciences is accepting applications for the 2004 Frank Netter Award for Special Contributions to Medical Education. This award is given annually to an individual, institution or company in recognition of the development of visually oriented educational materials that have made a significant contribution to the advancement of education and research in visual communication for the health sciences. There is no application fee. The award includes a plaque, monetary award of $1,000 and travel expenses to receive the award at the annual meeting of the Association of Medical Illustrators. Past winners have made innovative contributions in healthcare education including anatomical models, books, simulators, videotapes, and interactive learning materials.
Anyone interested in applying for this prestigious award can get an application and additional information on the Vesalius Trust Web site.
Application deadline for the 2004 award is December 12, 2003.“
Thanks to Karen Adsit, Walker Teaching Resource Center, Univ. of Tenn. at Chattanooga