Nomination Form for Mid-Career Researcher Award

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The purpose of the Mid-Career Award is to recognize the contribution of a member whose scholarly work influences outcomes in nursing practice, nursing education, health policy, or population health. The Mid-Career Award honors a member dedicated to mentoring the development of that scholarly work in the next generation of nurse scholars in the SNRS region. The successful nominee for this award will demonstrate progress in a program of research following post-doctoral preparation completed at least 10 years earlier. Any nominee employed in academia will hold a rank of Associate Professor or less.

NOTE: Nominator must be an SNRS member.

Full Name of Nominee and Credentials:

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* 1. Full Name of Nominee and Credentials:

Current Position:

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* 2. Current Position:

Current Employer:

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* 3. Current Employer:

Employer Address:

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* 4. Employer Address:

Nominated by:

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* 5. Nominated by:

SNRS Membership Number:

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* 6. SNRS Membership Number:


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The Nomination Packet must include the following:

1. One letter of nomination (self-nominations accepted) which outlines how the nominee meets the award criteria.

2. Two additional letters of support.

3. A completed online nomination form.

4. A brief statement (150 words or less) by the nominee summarizing how program of research has impacted the science and practice of nursing in the Southern region, including a brief account of service involvement with SNRS or other research-related professional organizations.

5 Nominee Consent Form signed by nominee to attend the Annual Conference to receive the award (nominee may be asked to deliver a research presentation).

4. The nominee's full Curriculum Vitae.

5. Electronic copies of two (2) published or in-press research articles.

Once you click "Done" you will be returned to the SNRS website; click the link there to submit the information above.