HESTA Nurse Practitioner of the Year
The awardee will have demonstrated outstanding qualities in the areas of clinical work, mentoring and leadership
- One year’s complimentary membership of the ACNP
- Complimentary registration at the ACNP 2022 National Conference
- Travel and accommodation expenses relating to attendance at the 2021 National Conference
ADDITIONAL ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA:
- Be registered with NMBA as a Registered Nurse with NP endorsement and be working as a NP
- Excellence in clinical care and patient outcomes
- Evidence of mentoring and professional leadership to others in the clinical team, and within their professional networks
- Evidence of participation in research or quality improvement
- Other attributes contributing to the worthiness of the award being bestowed
- 1 May 2021 Nominations open
- 30 June 2021 Nominations close
Announcement of winners at ACNP National Symposium, October 15,2021. All announcements are to be held in confidence until this date.
Application from: 2021 Nomination - Mentor of the Year
Please include up to two pages addressing the additional eligibility criteria.
- Carol Douglas – Aged & Palliative Care Nurse Practitioner from Western Australia
Carol works as a Residential Care Line Nurse Practitioner at The Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital in Perth. Carol’s role included the creation of the NP led sustainable RCL outreach service model and was designed to prevent avoidable presentations to the Emergency Department. Carol has expert clinical skills and is shown to provide excellence in clinical care and patient outcomes. Carols demonstrated evidence of mentoring and leadership both during her clinical time and through her role in developing local and national Governance frameworks. Carol is also a member of the WA ACNP Committee and is involved in other peak bodies and was thought by the Awards Committee to be a very worthy recipient of the award.
Recipient Chris Helms (right) with 2018 recipient Tash Jennings (left)