Tau Tau Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International (STTI) wants to honor its members for their work in fostering the mission of STTI in developing nurse leaders anywhere to improve healthcare everywhere. The Star Award recognizes nurses in the areas of scholarship, leadership, and/or service.
The criteria for the Star Award for each area may include one or any of the following:
-Mentored others in research and/or evidence-based practice
-Conducted research or led an evidence-based practice project.
-Participated on a research and/or evidence-based practice team that impacted patient care outcomes and/or promoted a healthy workplace for nurses.
-Implemented a research-based practice change.
-Demonstrated consistent engagement in leadership activities within STTI at the chapter, regional or national level
-Demonstrated leadership in community-based or organization initiatives to improve healthcare and/or promote population-health
-Demonstrated consistent volunteer hours that promotes the profession of nursing
-Demonstrated consistent volunteer hours that promote community health
Star Award Nominations are due Monday, November 2, 2020
Star Award Nomination Application
Name and Credentials of nominee(s):
Nominator's name and credentials:
Mark the areas that best describe the nominees’ contribution to the mission of STTI (you may check more than one)
Explain the nominees’ work in areas selected.
Explain how the nominees’ work fulfilled the mission of STTI thus developing nursing leaders and improving healthcare.
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