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All Pro Nursing Team Award Application

American Nurse Today’ ALL PRO Nursing Team Award spotlights the accomplishments of top performing nursing organizations. It recognizes the best teams in the U.S. based on several professional criteria, including communications, responsiveness, and adaptability; as well as demonstrating a winning formula that drives success. The teams will appear in the April “Nurses Week“ issue of American Nurse Today, the official journal of the American Nurses Association.

Applications are accepted until February 15, 2019. Winners will be selected by February 20, 2019 and contacted by February 28, 2019. 

To access the application, please click here or fill out below. Good luck!

Winners will be announced and profiled in the Nurse Week edition of American Nurse Today. 

Here are what the winner, runners-up, and honorable mentions will receive:

  • Winner:
    • Team on front cover of nurses week section
    • Plaque which includes cover and article
    • Featured article within All Pro Nursing Team section
    • 25 additional free Nurses Week print issues
    • 1 Year FREE digital subscriptions for members of team
    • Logo on americannursetoday.com
    • 10% Reduced rate on advertising
  • Runners-up:
    • Article within All Pro Nursing Team section
    • Plaque which includes article
    • 15 additional free Nurses Week print issues
    • 1 Year FREE digital subscriptions for members of team
    • Logo on americannursetoday.com
    • 10% Reduced rate on advertising
  • Honorable Mentions:
    • Article within All Pro Nursing Team section
    • Plaque which includes article
    • 10 additional free Nurses Week print issues
    • 1 Year FREE digital subscriptions for members of team
    • Logo on americannursetoday.com
    • 10% Reduced rate on advertising

5 thoughts on “All Pro Nursing Team Award Application”

  1. I have been an RN for almost 38 years specializing in the field of Developmental Disability and Acquired Brain Disorders. I feel I am on fire as much today for the Profession as when I was as new Grad nurse first introduced a little 5 yr. old red headed boy who was born experiencing Cerebral Palsy. Bryan taught me more than any textbook, but mostly about perseverance and celebrating tiny goals met with great determination. I provided home care respite 4 hours a week which led me into a life long passion and profession. I am concerned that this Specialty of Nursing is not well known, and fear that interest in this most challenging profession will not be possible without better education and information shared with Nursing Students while they are in their educational settings. In NH we have a group of Nurses who come from all regions of the state to meet together once a month at a State Meeting. We call ourselves the Developmental Disability Nurses of New Hampshire. (DDNNH) We are connected to the National Group (DDNA) via a liaison who keeps the information flowing with many states connected through our membership. There is National Certification available (CDDN) and lots of ongoing education from the latest in medications, and overview on Syndromes and Genetic diagnostics, and a variety of topics that meet the needs for the nurse serving folks with acquired brain disorders and developmental disabilities. Although we often have to check “other” for the type of nursing practice we are in during re-licensing, we are committed to the services we offer to keep folks out of acute health care situations and facilities and at home and within their community at baseline. It requires strong clinical skills to continually monitor and assess and strong determination to advocate for people who experience different abilities. I cannot imagine doing anything else. Oh, and my 5 yr old red headed Bryan- is 40 something now- and on my Facebook!

  2. Institutions says:

    Nursing opens up many opportunities in 21st century. It is no longer viewed as a job but a career path, a journey, a lifetime of growth and opportunity. Nursing can be rewarding and challenging all at the same time. The amount of responsibility that a nurse carries on any given day whether its a floor nurse, charge nurse, or a leadership nurse can be overwhelming but our voices are heard and experiences matter.

  3. I’ve been a Nurse for 27 Years. The changes in our field have been marvelous but they are also sad as wonderful professional Nurses are leaving our profession due to a chronic shortage of new Nurses . We older Nurses are constantly being pushed to do the impossible; when we fail we leave. Change must come before it is too late to save our profession.

  4. Cynthia Palazzo says:

    The direction in nursing in the 21st century will continue to skewe the profession for this time in our continuing effort to remain a respected professional working longer in our career due to cost of insurance and aging professionals

  5. Cynthia Palazzo says:

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