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6 U.S. Nurses Earn Top Honors in Nursing Excellence Awards

By: Lisette Hilton
Date: November 15, 2010
Source: Nurse Week


It’s that time of year to salute the six nurses singled out as the winners of the 2010 Nursing Spectrum and NurseWeek national Nursing Excellence Awards. Nominated by peers, managers, students and sometimes patients, each of the winners was selected from a pool of up to nine regional winners, in one of six categories: Advancing and Leading the Profession, Clinical Care, Community Service, Management, Mentoring and Teaching. Each is a genuine example of how personal caring and professional care can bring the art and science of nursing together in six practice areas, according to Eileen Williamson, RN, MSN, senior vice president, Nursing Communications & Initiatives, Gannett Healthcare Group.

“These six nurses can truly be called ‘the best of the best’ in nursing,” Williamson says. “Their experience and expertise, in concert with the passion and commitment they have for what they do, makes them most worthy recipients of the honor that has been bestowed on them. What they contribute to healthcare and the profession of nursing is nothing short of outstanding. We at Nursing Spectrum and NurseWeek were privileged again this year to be introduced to hundreds of outstanding nurses from coast to coast in our regional Nursing Excellence Awards program, and to find ... our 2010 nurses of the year, who are excellence personified. They are inspirational in their leadership and management, mentorship and volunteerism, and in the clinical and educational expertise they bring to the practice of the profession they love.”

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