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PNAM NURSE EXCELLENCE AWARD

 

Applications are now being accepted for the 2022 PNAM Nurse Excellence Awards. The 2022 Nurse Excellence Awards will be given out to selected awardees during the PNAM 50th-Year Anniversary celebration under the following categories: 

a. Clinical Nurse 

b. Nurse Administrator

c. Nurse Researcher 

d. Nurse Educator 

e. Community Service

f. Nurse Entrepreneur 


To be considered for the award:

  1. Review the criteria for the chosen award category.

  2. Complete the Application Form for PNAM Nurse Excellence Award.

  3. Submit the application form and necessary documents to this link: https://forms.gle/YcfuA6YDndVVzSUy5 

Make sure to compile all documents into word and convert them into one pdf document before submitting. Any questions, feel free to contact us at pnamichigan2020@gmail.com


The deadline for submission of nominations is on Sept. 1, 2022.


PNAM EXCELLENCE AWARDS CRITERIA

Category I: Clinical Nurse of the Year

  1. Nominee must be a paid PNAM member for a year prior to nomination.

  2. Must be currently practicing in a clinical field of nursing for at least 5 years and currently licensed in the State of Michigan (RN). Advanced Practice Nurses are included. 

  3. Must have a significant contribution to the practice of Nursing. 

  4. Must have been recognized for meritorious contributions.

  5. Must submit evidence of recognition of contribution.

  6. Must maintain current practice through education.


Category II: Nurse Administrator of the Year

  1. Nominee must be a paid PNAM member for a year prior to nomination.

  2. Must have held the position of Administrator, Director, or Manager for at least three (3) years.

  3. Must have demonstrated innovative leadership practice in any health care settings: acute, ambulatory, community, and long term facility.

  4. Must have been recognized for significant contribution to management.

  5. Must submit evidence of recognition of contribution.

  6. Must maintain current practice through education.


Category III: Nurse Researcher of the Year

  1. Nominee must be a PNAM paid member for a year prior to nomination.

  2. Must be a principal or co-investigator of a completed study or project in a health care setting.

  3. Must be currently engaged in Nursing Practice for at least three (3) years.

  4. Must have a significant contribution through research to the Practice of Nursing.

  5. Must maintain current practice through education.


Category IV: Nurse Educator of the Year

  1. Nominee must be a PNAM paid member for a year prior to nomination.

  2. Must be a Faculty in School/College, In-service/Continuing Education for at least two (2) years in Michigan.

  3. Must have a significant contribution in the field of nursing education.

  4. Must have been recognized for meritorious contributions.

  5. Must submit evidence of contribution, involvement in nursing education as an organizer, participant or lecturer.

  6. Must maintain current practice through education.


Category V: Community Service of the Year

  1. Nominee must be a PNAM paid member for a year prior to the nomination.

  2. Must have been a President/Chairperson of an established professional, civic or community organization (indicate the name of the organization and dates of such positions).

  3. Must have a significant contribution in enhancing the image and quality of life for Filipino Community at large in the past 5 years.

  4. Must submit evidence of recognition for contribution.

  5. Must maintain current practice through education.


Category VI: Nurse Entrepreneur of the Year

  1. Nominee must be a paid PNAM member for a year prior to the nomination.

  2. Must be engaged in health-related enterprise for at least two (2) years. Indicate the name of the company and place of operation.

  3. Must have significant contributions to the professional and personal growth, socio-economic well-being of the person through employment opportunities.

  4. Must submit evidence of recognition of contribution.

  5. Must maintain current practice through education