AACN Awards : Member and Faculty Nominated Awards : Excellence and Innovation in Teaching Award
AACN Awards : Member and Faculty Nominated Awards : Innovations in Professional Nursing Education Awards
AACN Awards: Member and Faculty Nominated Awards: Outstanding Dissertation and DNP Project Awards
AACN Awards: Member and Faculty Nominated Awards: Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Excellence Award
Gerontological Society of America: Douglas Holmes Award
The Douglas Holmes Emerging Scholar Paper Award recognizes research with potential to improve quality of life and/or quality of care in long-term care and is intended to encourage and support innovative and promising research across long-term care settings (i.e., nursing home, hospice, assisted living, adult day, or home and community based care). The award will be presented to the author(s) of the winning paper at GSA’s Annual Scientific Meeting at the RESQCARE Interest Group Meeting.
Who is Eligible
Applicants must be a current ESPO member of GSA.
Eligibility is limited to those who are no more than 5 years post-doctorate by the final submission deadline.
List of Specific Criteria
Applicants must submit an abstract for the GSA’s Annual Scientific Meeting.
The abstract must be accepted for the meeting.
The student must present at GSA’s Annual Scientific Meeting.
Once accepted, applicants must submit a paper from the accepted abstract by the deadline.
The winning paper will be selected by a combined ESPO and RESQCARE review panel.
The winner(s) will be expected to give a short synopsis of their paper at the RESQCARE Interest Group Meeting at the GSA Annual Scientific Meeting.
Gerontological Society of America: Health Sciences Research Award
The Health Sciences Research Award is given to a new investigator in the Health Sciences Section. The award is designed to encourage postdoctoral research and encourage participation in the Society’s Annual Scientific Meeting.
Who is Eligible
Applicants must be a member of the Health Sciences section.
Applicants must be new investigators who have received a doctoral degree within the past seven (7) years. Interested Health Sciences Section students, trainees, fellows and junior faculty must submit an abstract for the Society’s Annual Scientific Meeting. Once the abstract has been accepted, a 1,500-word paper by the trainee (describing the research) should be submitted by the deadline below. The award is made on the basis of the paper.