Award for Excellence in Research

DESCRIPTION
The APNA Award for Excellence in Research is granted to an APNA member who has made a significant contribution to research in psychiatric nursing care, education, leadership/management and/or health services. The individual must have been a member of APNA for at least two years.

 

CRITERIA

  1. Nominee was the Principal Investigator or Project Director of the study, whose results have potential to improve psychiatric nursing care and/or psychiatric nursing education.
  2. The research can be in the areas of clinical practice, education, leadership/management and/or psychiatric health services.
  3. The research may have been presented at a conference or published in a peer-reviewed journal.
  4. The research paper may have been presented at a peer-reviewed regional, national or international conference.

 

Past Recipients: 2019 - Janet Ann York |  2018 - Brenda Marshall  |  2017 - Jill Bormann  |  2016 - Janice Goodman  |  2015 - Jane Mahoney  |  2014 - Jeanne Marie Stacciarini  |  2013 - Genevieve Chandler  |  2012 - Karen Farchaus Stein  |  2010 - Lora Beebe  |  2009 - Nancy Buccola  |  More

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