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Throughout their distinguished careers, Drugwatch writers, researchers and editors have won notable awards for excellence in journalism and nursing. They have been nominated by their esteemed colleagues and recognized by respected organizations for their first-rate work, passion and unwavering commitment to protecting others.
Managing Editor Emily Miller won third place in the Breaking News Reporting category of the 2016 FSNA Journalism Contest. She received the award while working as a breaking news reporter for the South Florida Sun Sentinel.
Senior Writer Terry Turner won an Emmy Award in 2011 for “Kiss,” a TV episode he produced for the U.S. Department of Defense’s Pentagon Channel. He spent 12 years as a television, web and podcast producer for the news channel.
Registered Nurse Amy Keller was nominated by her peers to receive USF’s Nurse Alumni Nightingale award for excellence in nursing after she completed a 180-hour internship at Moffitt Cancer Center.
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