Friday, May 26, 2017 APTA's Member Magazine Takes Home Multiple Awards PT in Motion magazine is continuing APTA's award-winning ways, recently earning 6 awards for feature stories published in 2016. The entire magazine earned an Award of Merit from the Society for Technical Communications, in addition to awards for 3 individual articles: "Managing Patients Who Are Transgender," from the July, 2016 issue, "Making a House an Accessible Home: The Role of PTs," from August, and "Raters Gonna Rate" from the issue published in September, 2015. The article on working with transgendered patients went on to win an International Summit Award of Merit from the technical writers' group. But wait, there's more: in addition, the American Society of Business Publication Editors recognized the article on transgendered patients with a Gold Award for general interest feature article. The awards continue the good run of recognitions APTA has received this year, beginning with an award from the American Medical Association for APTA's education efforts around the new current procedural terminology (CPT) coding set, followed by a prestigious Gold Circle award from the American Society for Association Executives for a video supporting the association's #ChoosePT antiopioid campaign. Don Tepper is managing editor of PT in Motion and wrote both the accessibility and raters articles. Freelance writer Chris Hayhurst authored the article on transgendered patients. PT in Motion magazine is mailed to all APTA members who have not opted out; digital versions are available online to members.