Right Care Alliance Awards – Call for Nominations
For the first time, we will be honoring members of the Right Care Alliance at the Lown Institute Annual Conference with an award ceremony. We are excited to take this opportunity to recognize the dedication, passion, and hard work of our members and teammates. There will be three award categories (see full descriptions below):
- Right Care Action Week Champion
- Rising Star Award
- Leadership Awards
Individuals and teams of two or more members are eligible for these awards. All categories are open to clinicians and non-clinicians.
Tell us who you believe should be considered for these awards, by nominating a person or team here. You may nominate more than one person or team for an award. We have many talented and passionate potential nominees, so be persuasive! The deadline for nominations is March 6, 2017. If you have questions, please email email@example.com.
Right Care Action Week Champion Award
This award honors work on a particularly impactful and engaging activity/activities during Right Care Action Week 2016. The ideal candidate(s) used Right Care Action Week as an opportunity to connect with others and help build the right care movement. Nominees may be individuals or teams that worked together for RCAW, and may be clinicians, trainees, former health professionals, patient advocates, or members of the public.
Right Care Alliance Rising Star Award
The Rising Star Award honors a young RCA member or team who has demonstrated extraordinary passion for right care and who shows great promise for future leadership in the RCA. The ideal candidate has participated in multiple council or chapter activities and is active in organizing others in their region or specialty. Nominees may be individuals or teams that have worked together on RCA projects, and may be clinicians, trainees, patient advocates, or members of the public.
Right Care Alliance Leadership Awards
These two awards are given to RCA members or teams who have been involved in the Right Care Alliance for at least a year, and who continue to demonstrate a strong commitment to right care by taking on a leadership role on a council or chapter, implementing activities for right care, and organizing others in their region or specialty. Nominees may be individuals or teams that have worked together on RCA projects. One award will honor a health professional or trainee, and one will honor a patient advocate or other non-clinician.