This award recognizes and encourages excellence in clinical practice of cardiovascular prevention by nurses. The winner will be recognized at the opening of the PCNA Annual Symposium with a plaque and $1,000. The winner will also receive complimentary registration, paid air/auto travel expenses, and a 3-night hotel stay to attend the Symposium.
To be eligible one must:
The candidate must demonstrate delivery of outstanding patient care at any point throughout lifespan by contributing above and beyond basic job requirements in one or more areas, such as:
The candidate shows evidence of improving preventive cardiovascular nursing practice
The 2013 submission deadline has passed.
Note: Previous winners of this award cannot be considered for the award in subsequent years. Honorable mentions will be considered for the award.
Above: Robin Wedell, BSN and Donna Louie, BSN, both from The Cardiac Therapy Foundation in Palo Alto, California are awarded the 2012 Terry Thomas Clinical Practice Award at the Preventive Cardiovascular Nurses Association's (PCNA) 18th Annual Symposium in Washington, DC on Thursday, April 12.