Catholic Media Association Awards 2024

Honorable Mention for Best Newspaper – National/ Wire Service
    Catholic Health World
       Judith VandeWater
       Julie Minda
       Lisa Eisenhauer
       Norma Klingsick

Honorable Mention for Best Use of Graphics – Art or Graphics
    An Epidemic of Loneliness
       Norma Klingsick

Second Place for Best Layout of Article or Column – National Newspaper or Wire Service 
    Gun Violence: 'A Public Health Crisis'
       Norma Klingsick

Third Place for Best Coverage – Immigration
    Catholic Health World Immigration Coverage
    Avera connects with African immigrants through community outreach consultants
       Kathleen Nelson
    Providence Alaska's training opens doors for refugees
       Lisa Eisenhauer
    Cambodian Americans get culturally sensitive care, support at St. Mary
       Julie Minda

First Place for Best Coverage – Racial Inequities 
    Activists Invite Police, Clinicians to Get to Know Locals in Challenged Cleveland Neighborhoods; Bon Secours St. Francis Equips Barbers, Stylists to Talk Health With Customers; AHA Program Enables Hospitals to Assess, Then Bolster Health Equity Efforts
       Julie Minda

Second Place for Best Feature Writing – National Newspaper or Wire Service
    Colossal Lifesaving Effort Began With 60 Minutes of CPR
       Lisa Eisenhauer

Third Place for Best Feature Writing – National Newspaper or Wire Service
    St. Mary Center Helps People With HIV or AIDS to Not Just Survive, but Thrive 
    (Dignity Health St. Mary Medical Center)
       Julie Minda

Honorable Mention for Best Analysis/Background/Round-Up News Writing – The Gerard E. Sherry Award – National Newspaper or Wire Service
    Medicaid ‘Unwinding’ Threatens Chaos for Insured and Care Providers
       Lisa Eisenhauer

Second Place for Best News Writing on a Local or Regional Event – National Newspaper or Wire Service
    Hundreds Gather for Gun Violence Summit Hosted by St. Louis Archdiocese
       Valerie Schremp Hahn

Third Place for Best Personality Profile – National Newspaper or Wire Service
    "This is the Life": Denver Sister Has Fostered More Than 100 Children
    (Intermountain Health)
         Valerie Schremp Hahn

First Place for Best Reporting on a Special Age-Group – Senior Citizens
    Ministry Memory Care Facilities Apply Montessori Principles to Increase Resident Engagement
     (ArchCare Health System)
      (Archdiocese of New York)

         Julie Minda

Honorable Mention for Best Reporting of Social Justice Issues – Option for the Poor and Vulnerable 
    Trauma Recovery Center Helps Patients Overcome Impacts of Violence
      (Mercy Health St. Vincent Medical Center)
      (Mercy Health Toledo)
      (Bon Secours Mercy Health)

         Lisa Eisenhauer