Nursing, Health Sciences and Allied Health Excellence in Research Award
The was established in 2005 to recognize excellence in Nursing, Health Science and Allied Health research and to encourage original investigation and professional excellence in the preparation of scientific papers. This award honors an outstanding contribution by a nurse, pharmacist, social scientist, or other allied health professional whose work makes an important contribution to the field. This $1,000 award is bestowed annually on the nurse, pharmacist, social scientist, or other allied health professional whose oral presentation is judged to be the best at the Annual Scientific Meeting.
The online abstract submission process includes an area to indicate that you wish to have your abstract considered for this award
- Nurses, pharmacists, social scientists, or other allied health professionals who are first authors and presenters may elect to have their abstracts considered for this award.
- Candidates for the Nursing, Health Sciences and Allied Health Excellence in Research Award must be current members of the Society.
- Anyone who has previously won the award is not eligible to apply.
University of California Los Angeles
Abstract: "Cluster Analysis and Dynamic Phenomapping to Guide Clinical Management After Heart Transplantation"
2016 Fabienne Dobbels, MSc, PhD"Testing the Efficacy of a Multicomponent Theory-Based Tailored Behavioral Medication Adherence Intervention in Transplantation: The MAESTRO-TX RCT"
2015 Catherine Murks, PhD, APN"Patients With Visuospatial Constructional Deficits May Successfully Manage LVADs"
2014 Louise Fuller, PT"Longer Versus a Shorter Duration Exercise Rehabilitation Program Following Lung Transplant: A Randomized Controlled Trial"
2013 Jane Haines, DNP, RN, CMSRN"Stress and Anxiety in Caregivers of Lung Transplant Patients: Effect of Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction"
2012 Kate Hayes, MPhysio (Cardio)"Effects of Exercise Training on Exercise Capacity and Quality of Life in Patients with a Left Ventricular Assist Device (LVAD): A Randomised Controlled Trial"
2011 Samantha J. Anthony, PhD, MSW"Pediatric Thoracic Transplantation: A Transformative Process"
2010 Bronwyn Levvey, RN"Are DCD Lungs Superior? Excellent Intermediate Results from a Donation after Cardiac Death Lung Transplant National Collaborative"
2009 Connie White-Williams, MSN"The Relationship of Social Support and Quality of Life 5 to 10 Years after Heart Transplantation"
2008 Annette DeVito Dabbs, RN, PhD"A Randomized Controlled Trial of Pocket PATH Versus Standard Care on Self-Care Behaviors after Lung Transplant"
2007 Christiane Kugler, PhD"Post-transplant Infections after Lung Transplantation Reduce HRQoL in the Long-Term: Results of a Prospective Cohort Study"
2006 Kathleen L. Grady, PhD"Patterns and Predictors of Quality of Life at 5 - 10 Years after Heart Transplantation"
2005 Mary Amanda Dew, PhD"Profiles and Predictors of Psychiatric Distress Across 4 Years After Heart Transplantation"