Outstanding Rural and Public Health Awards
Awards to North Dakota Individuals and
Programs for Improving Health in Rural Areas
Programs for Improving Health in Rural Areas
Foundation / Corporation
University of North Dakota School of Medicine and Health Sciences - Center for Rural Health (CRH)
02/01/17 12:00 PM
Awards to North Dakota individuals and programs to recognize outstanding service to healthcare in rural areas of the State. Award categories are available for healthcare providers and administrators, legislators, educators, and community members. Nominations will be accepted in the following award categories:
1) The Outstanding Rural Health Provider Award will be presented to a healthcare provider (e.g., physician, nurse, dentist, physician assistant, nurse practitioner, dietician, etc.), who practice in rural North Dakota, and is unselfishly committed to improving the health of their community and service area.
2) The Outstanding Rural Health Professional Award will be presented to a professional (e.g., manager, administrator, director, legislator, etc.) located in rural North Dakota, who has demonstrated leadership in the delivery of rural health services, and is unselfishly committed to making a significant and sustained impact on the health of their community and service area.
3) The Outstanding Rural Health Program Award will be presented to a program that delivers services in innovative ways through collaborative partnerships to improve the access and quality of care to rural North Dakota residents. Individual programs and/or overall organizations/facilities are eligible for the award.
4) The Outstanding Rural Health Volunteer Award will be presented to a community member who has unselfishly committed their energy, time and skills to improve the health of their rural North Dakota community. Nominees must be volunteers; however if a nominee receives a small stipend or reimbursement for supplies, travel, etc. they are still eligible for this award.
5) The Outstanding Rural Educator/Mentor Award will be presented to a professional who has made outstanding contributions to the education, development and placement of new healthcare professionals in rural North Dakota communities. Academic educators, community-based instructors and preceptors are eligible for this award.
6) The Emerging Rural Leader Award will be presented to a new professional who has demonstrated tremendous promise for and commitment to improving the health of rural North Dakota residents. Nominees must have five years or less experience serving in a rural community.
7) The Legislator of the Year Award recognizes an outstanding North Dakota legislator, congressional representative, or legislative aid for his/her work and support of rural and public health initiatives that address an identified need in his/her district. Criteria used to select this award recipient includes: introduces or supports an existing piece of legislation that addresses an identified rural or public health need or issue; demonstrates leadership in the community; and incorporates community input into the planning process.
Nominations are accepted for individuals and programs.
The deadline for nomination submissions is Noon on Wednesday, February 1, 2017.
Individuals, who nominate a selected awardee will be responsible for coordinating a very brief video that demonstrates why the awardee is deserving of the award and gives them the opportunity to make an acceptance speech.
The video also gives the awardee an opportunity to speak to their work; and thank and acknowledge colleagues, family, etc. Video footage, recorded locally, will be sent to the Center for Rural Health (CRH) and staff will edit to create a 3-5 minute video that will be shown at the awards banquet.
CRH staff will work with you to provide assistance and ideas, as needed, on how to best capture the video footage.
The awards will be presented at the Dakota Conference on Rural and Public Health, which will be held June 13-15, 2017 at the Holiday Inn Riverside in Minot, North Dakota.
If you do not receive notification within that we have received your application, please call Kylie at (701) 777-5380.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Submit nominations by email to:
Kylie Nissen, Senior Program Coordinator
Or fax to: 701-777-6779
Phone: (701) 777-6049
USA: North Dakota
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