Search Results for "apply ed Student"

Trish Greene Memorial Quality of Life Lectureship

Trish Greene Memorial Quality of Life Lectureship
Purpose 

To focus attention on quality-of-life issues in cancer care. The recipient will present a lecture at the ONS Annual Congress that illuminates the contributions of clinicians, educators, administrators, and researchers; offers new information; and integrates the philosophy of quality of life into all aspects of cancer care.

This award is named in memory of Trish Greene, a pioneer in oncology nursing and a leader within ONS, the American Cancer Society, Union for International Cancer Control, and Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. She was also the first president of the Association of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Nurses.  As a pain management expert, Greene was committed to ensuring quality, compassionate care for patients with cancer.

Award 

A $2,000 award, a plaque, and travel reimbursement to attend the opening ceremonies at the ONS Annual Congress. The recipient's paper will be published in the Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing.

Eligibility Criteria 
The nominee must be an active ONS member who has been nominated by an ONS member. In addition, the nominee should
  • Demonstrate excellence in clinical practice, education, administration, or research related to quality-of-life issues, and contribute to the oncology nursing specialty
  • Communicate effectively through written and verbal formats.
Application Materials 
The following materials are required.
  • Nominee's personal statement
  • Nominee's curriculum vitae
  • One (1) letter of support from a colleague other than the nominator
Scoring Criteria 
ONS involvement: Participation should include involvement at the local or national level, and includes membership on committees, holding office, or task force participation.
 
Contribution to the oncology nursing specialty.
  • Examples from CV
  • Clinical developments such as staff development, program development, patient teaching, or support groups
  • Community outreach (programs such as the American Cancer Society, Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, camps for patients with cancer, survivor's day participation, or other related activities)
  • Adjunct faculty member or preceptor of students

Excellent written communication skills: Includes articles in newsletters, journals, reports, video, multimedia, computer-assisted instruction, or chapters in books.

Presentation experience: Presentations listed on CV/application
 
Excellence in quality-of-Life issues (clinical, education, administration and/or research related)
  • Examples within reference letters or on CV
  • Quality of life contributions: presentations, literature, specific educational interventions, and research issues
 
Travel Information 

The recipient will receive travel reimbursement to attend the ONS Annual Congress. ONS will reimburse the award recipient for round-trip economy airfare to and from the recipient's home address to the Congress location, provided the recipient makes all travel arrangements through American Express Travel, ONS's official travel agency. Additionally, two (2) night's lodging will be permitted provided that the recipient makes the hotel arrangements through the ONS meetings department. Meals for a 48-hour period will be reimbursed, along with the reimbursement of certain ground transportation situations and parking. Please contact awards@ons.org for complete details about the travel reimbursement policy.

View past recipients of the Trish Greene Memorial Quality of Life Lectureship. 

Excellence in Radiation Therapy Nursing Award

Excellence in Radiation Therapy Nursing Award
Purpose 

To recognize and support excellence in radiation therapy nursing

Award 

A $250 award, a plaque, and travel reimbursement to attend the opening ceremonies at the ONS Annual Congress

Eligibility Criteria 
The nominee must be an active ONS member who has been nominated by an ONS member. In addition, the nominee should
  • Be a registered professional nurse
  • Have at least two years of oncology nursing experience
  • Be a recognized expert in the field of radiation oncology (i.e., through publications, presentations, research, peer review)
  • Have made a significant contribution to one or more of the following related to radiation oncology: professional/patient education, clinical practice, and /or nursing research
  • Serve as a role model for other radiation oncology nurses.
Application Materials 
The following materials are required.
  • Nomination narrative statement
  • Nominee's resume or curriculum vitae
  • Nominee's personal statement
  • Two (2) letters of support
Scoring Criteria 
The scoring criteria for judging this nomination packet is as follows.
  • Clinical practice: Consistently demonstrates exemplary understanding and execution of the care of patients receiving radiation therapy.
  • Education: Shares knowledge of practice with students, peers, patients, and the community. (Examples include, but are not limited to, joint appointment(s), precepting students, staff development, program planning, patient teaching, outreach programs, and CNE programs).
  • Research: Demonstrates commitment to the advancement of practice through evidence of participation in research and research activities (possible activities include participation as data collector, site coordinator, study monitor, member of research team, co-investigator, principal investigator in a clinical research study related to radiation therapy. In addition, participation in research utilization activities, which promote research-based radiation oncology nursing practice).
  • Speaking: Regularly demonstrates expertise in field through public speaking and is recognized as an effective oral communicator.
  • Publication: Regularly contributes to the literature on issues regarding radiation therapy (includes articles in newsletters, journals, reports, video, multimedia, computer assisted instruction, or chapters in books).
  • ONS leadership: Participates in ONS activities at the local or national level. (Participation should include involvement at the local or national level, and includes membership on committees, holding office, or task force participation).
  • Professional practice: Provides leadership in activities, which advance the practice of radiation nursing (activities may include staff development, program development, patient teaching, or support groups. It might also include community outreach such as work with the ACS, Leukemia Society, or camps for cancer patients, or "survivors' day" activities. 
Travel Information 

The recipient will receive travel reimbursement to attend the ONS Annual Congress. ONS will reimburse the award recipient for round-trip economy airfare to and from the recipient's home address to the Congress location, provided the recipient makes all travel arrangements through American Express Travel, ONS's official travel agency. Additionally, one (1) night's lodging will be permitted provided that the recipient makes the hotel arrangements through the ONS meetings department. Meals for a 24-hour period will be reimbursed, along with the reimbursement of certain ground transportation situations and parking, but there are limitations. Please contact awards@ons.org for complete details about the travel reimbursement policy.

View past recipients of the Excellence in Radiation Therapy Award. 

Excellence in Cancer Prevention and Early Detection Award

Excellence in Cancer Prevention and Early Detection Award
2014 Award Recipient
Adrianne Lane, BSN, MSN, EdD
Purpose 

To recognize and support excellence in nurses engaged in cancer prevention and early detection

Award 

A $250 award, a plaque, and travel reimbursement to attend the opening ceremonies at the ONS Annual Congress

Eligibility Criteria 
The nominee must be an active ONS member who has been nominated by an ONS member. In addition, the nominee should
  • Be a registered professional nurse and an active ONS member
  • Have at least two years of oncology nursing experience
  • Be a recognized expert in the field of cancer prevention and early detection (i.e., through publications, presentations, research, and peer review)
  • Demonstrate a significant contribution to one or more of the following related to cancer prevention and early detection: professional/patient education, clinical practice, and/or nursing research
  • Serve as a role model for other nurses.
Application Materials 
The following materials are required.
  • Nomination narrative statement
  • Nominee's resume or curriculum vitae
  • Nominee's personal statement
  • Two (2) letters of support
Scoring Criteria 
ONS involvement: Participation should include involvement at the local or national level.
  • Includes membership on committees, holding office, or task force participation.
  • Recognized expert in the field of cancer prevention and early detection, contributing to the development of cancer prevention and early detection.
  • Includes articles in newsletters, journals, reports, video, multimedia, computer assisted instruction, chapters in books (do not include research here, include research in last criteria point)
Significant contribution to the following areas.
  • Professional/patient education related to cancer prevention and early detection
  • Presentations
  • Examples in letters of role modeling
  • Specific educational interventions
  • Program development
  • Support groups
  • Adjunct faculty to preceptor for students
  • Community outreach
Clinical practice related to cancer prevention and early detection.
  • Theoretical concepts used
  • Nursing process used
  • Professional development of self and others
  • Multidisciplinary collaboration
  • Quality assurance
  • Ethical decision-making used
  • Reviews/applies nursing research
  • Cancer prevention and early detection research 
Travel Information 

The recipient will receive travel reimbursement to attend the ONS Annual Congress. ONS will reimburse the award recipient for round-trip economy airfare to and from the recipient's home address to the Congress location, provided the recipient makes all travel arrangements through American Express Travel, ONS's official travel agency. Additionally, one (1) night's lodging will be permitted provided that the recipient makes the hotel arrangements through the ONS meetings department. Meals for a 24-hour period will be reimbursed, along with the reimbursement of certain ground transportation situations and parking, but there are limitations. Please contact awards@ons.org for complete details about the travel reimbursement policy.

Clinical Lectureship

Clinical Lectureship
2014 Award Recipient
Joanne Kelvin, RN, AOCN®
Purpose 

To recognize and support excellence in clinical nursing practice

Award 

A $2,000 award, a plaque, and travel reimbursement to attend the opening ceremonies at the ONS Annual Congress. The recipient's paper will be published in the Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing.

Eligibility Criteria 
The nominee must be an active ONS member who has been nominated by another ONS member. In addition, the nominee should
  • Have a minimum of two years' experience in oncology nursing
  • Be a recognized expert in clinical nursing practice because of his or her contributions to the development of oncology nursing.
Application Materials 
The following materials are required.
  • One-page lecture synopsis
  • Nominee's curriculum vitae
  • Three (3) letters of recommendation from any of the following: 1) colleague 2) client/significant other 3) employer/supervisor/mentor or 4) community service organization
Scoring Criteria 
ONS involvement: Participation should include involvement at the local or national level, and includes membership on committees, holding office, or task force participation.
 
The nominee's clinical practice is consistent with the ONS Scope of Oncology Nursing Practice and demonstrates the use of the following criteria.
  • Use of theoretical concepts
  • Use of the nursing process
  • Professional development of self and others
  • Multidisciplinary collaboration
  • Quality assurance
  • Uses ethical decisionmaking
  • Reviews and applies research into practice (e.g., provides examples of actual patient contacts, a reference letter from a patient detailing patient experiences, evidence of relevant topics, lectures, a model or theory. Develops standards of care or provides a published model or theory.)
The nominee is an effective communicator.
  • Examples within reference letters
  • Presentations listed on CV well written based on the conference
  • Clinical practice contribution to literature:  Includes articles in newsletters, journals, reports, video, multimedia, computer assisted instruction, or chapters in books
The nominee contributes to the development of the oncology nursing practice.
  • Examples within reference letters or on CV
  • Clinical developments such as staff development, program development, patient teaching, support groups
  • Community outreach (Programs such as the American Cancer Society, Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, camps for patients with cancer, survivor's day participation, or other related activities
  • Adjunct faculty or preceptor of students)
The clinical topic is relevant to membership at large, well written, concerns a current educational need and/or new trend.
 
Travel Information 

The recipient will receive travel reimbursement to attend the ONS Annual Congress. ONS will reimburse the award recipient for round-trip economy airfare to and from the recipient's home address to the Congress location, provided the recipient makes all travel arrangements through American Express Travel, ONS's official travel agency. Additionally, two (2) night's lodging will be permitted provided that the recipient makes the hotel arrangements through the ONS meetings department. Meals for a 48-hour period will be reimbursed, along with the reimbursement of certain ground transportation situations and parking. Please contact awards@ons.org for complete details about the travel reimbursement policy.

Excellence in Blood and Marrow Transplantation Award

Excellence in Blood and Marrow Transplantation Award
2014 Award Recipient
Pamela Paplham, DNP, AOCNP®, FNP-BC
Purpose 

To recognize and support excellence in nurses engaged in blood and marrow transplantation

Award 

 A $250 award, a plaque, and travel reimbursement to attend the opening ceremonies at the ONS Annual Congress

Eligibility Criteria 
The nominee must be an active ONS member who has been nominated by an ONS member. In addition, the nominee should
  • Be a registered professional nurse 
  • Have at least two years of oncology nursing experience
  • Be a recognized expert in the field of blood and marrow transplantation (i.e., through publications, presentations, research, and peer review)
  • Demonstrate a significant contribution to one or more of the following related to blood and marrow transplantation: professional/patient education, clinical practice, and/or nursing research
  • Serve as a role model for other nurses.
Application Materials 
The following materials are required.
  • Nomination narrative statement
  • Nominee's resume or curriculum vitae
  • Nominee's personal statement
  • Two (2) letters of support
Scoring Criteria 
ONS Involvement: Participation should include involvement at the local or national level.
  • Includes membership on committees, holding office, or task force participation.
  • Recognized expert in the field of blood and marrow transplantation, contributing to the development of blood and marrow transplantation.
  • Includes articles in newsletters, journals, reports, video, multimedia, computer assisted instruction, chapters in books (do not include research here, include research in last criteria point).
Significant contribution to the following areas. 
  • Professional/patient education related to blood and marrow transplantation
  • Presentations
  • Examples in letters of role modeling
  • Specific educational interventions
  • Program development
  • Support groups
  • Adjunct faculty to preceptor for students
  • Community outreach
Clinical practice related to blood and marrow transplantation.
  • Theoretical concepts used
  • Nursing process used
  • Professional development of self and others
  • Multidisciplinary collaboration
  • Quality assurance
  • Ethical decision-making used
  • Reviews/applies nursing research
  • Blood and marrow transplantation research

 

Travel Information 
The recipient will receive travel reimbursement to attend the ONS Annual Congress. ONS will reimburse the award recipient for round-trip economy airfare to and from the recipient's home address to the Congress location, provided the recipient makes all travel arrangements through American Express Travel, ONS's official travel agency. Additionally, one (1) night's lodging will be permitted provided that the recipient makes the hotel arrangements through the ONS meetings department. Meals for a 24-hour period will be reimbursed, along with the reimbursement of certain ground transportation situations and parking. Please contact awards@ons.org for complete details about the travel reimbursement policy.

Pages



Menu