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Offered each year to a nurse from an underrepresented racial or ethnic group, the Terri Schnurr Memorial Nursing Scholarship will provide complimentary registration and $1,000 travel stipend to an AC Forum affiliated event i.e., National Conference, Boot Camp, or THSNA.

Scholarships will be awarded to candidates who best illustrate the desire to further their professional knowledge in the field of antithrombotic therapy.

  • Nurse (RN), nurse practitioner, or nursing student who is from an underrepresented racial or ethnic group and works in the field of antithrombotic therapy
  • Preference will be given to nurse researchers who demonstrate outstanding dedication to research and exemplary patient care
Additional Information
  • If applying for a scholarship, please do not register for the event until after the award notification date. 
  • Prior scholarship winners will be considered only after all other applicants.
  • Incomplete applications will not be considered.
  • We encourage you to promote the program through social media outlets prior to and during the event, as well as share the information learned with colleagues at your institution

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Scholarship Award (2024)

Applications due Sunday, January 7, 2024 | 11:59pm ET


Terri Schnurr, RN, CCRC was a dedicated member of the Anticoagulation Forum family for over 10 years. During that time, she served on the Board of Directors, Advisory Council, and was a founding member of the Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Allyship (IDEA) Initiative.

Terri was a registered nurse and played a pivotal role in the foundation of thrombosis research at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario. Terri’s enthusiasm for research was evident in her dedication to study recruitment, coordination, and patient education.

A kind and gentle soul, Terri was always ready and willing to help when needed, and eager to contribute to AC Forum DEI initiatives. The Terri Schnurr Memorial Nursing Scholarship will continue Terri’s legacy of giving, caring, and learning.
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