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jewelry, vacation packages, sports mem- orabilia, home décor items, and more. As always, proceeds from the silent auction will support health improvement and science initiatives in local communities across the state.


Bidding starts during the VIP recep- tion at 6 pm, so purchase a table or VIP ticket to increase your chance to win. You may purchase your table or tickets and preview the silent auction items at www .tmaf.org.


Nominate local health stories for TMA Anson Jones, MD, Award


For the first time, members of the TMA family can nominate local journalists for the TMA Anson Jones, MD, Awards, which recognize excellence in health journalism in Texas. So if you see or hear an outstanding health-related TV or ra- dio news story, or read a top-notch news article or blog, let TMA know. For more than 50 years, TMA has


honored award-winning Texas journal- ists with the Anson Jones, MD, Awards. Until this year, only journalists could submit their work for the awards. Now, TMA physician members, medical stu- dents, county medical societies, and TMA Alliance members can nominate them. Any news published or broadcast in 2013 is eligible.


The competition features 11 award categories for reporting in print, broad- cast (television and radio), and online media, plus the Texas Health Journalist of the Year Award. TMA also recognizes physician-reporters with the Physician Excellence in Reporting category. So nominate your colleagues’ outstanding journalism, too.


Submit nominations to ansonjones@ texmed.org. Be sure to provide the re- porter’s name, date of broadcast/publi- cation, and the media outlet. TMA will alert the reporter to your nomination and urge him or her to complete an award application.


If you have questions, call Tammy


Wishard, TMA outreach coordinator, at (800) 880-1300, ext. 1470, or (512) 370-1470.


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