Partnership Award



This award recognizes an individual or institution that provides support to one or more PA programs and that has made a noteworthy contribution to PA education.

CRITERIA

Nominees must demonstrate substantial contributions one or more of the following areas:

  • Contribution to a PA program
  • Promotion of the PA profession
  • Dedication which may include length of service or support beyond expectations
  • Extent of involvement in didactic, clinical, or institutional activities

REQUIREMENTS AND MATERIALS

NOMINATION LETTER

  • A nomination letter must describe and elaborate in detail upon how the award criteria were met

LETTERS OF SUPPORT

  • Two letters of support must be sent and are expected to address the author’s first-hand knowledge of the nominee with relation to a minimum of one of the award criteria
NOMINATE NOW

RECOGNITION

  • Complimentary 2017 PAEA Education Forum registration for one representative of the program
  • Commemorative plaque
  • Check for $500
  • Recognition at the Education Forum Award Ceremony

PREVIOUS RECIPIENTS

  • 2016 – PA Olympics, Arcadia University, DeSales University, Drexel University, PCOM, Philadelphia University, Salus University, University of the Sciences in Philadelphia
  • 2015 – James Pecard IV, Northwestern University
  • 2014 – Lebanon Veterans Affairs Medical Center
  • 2013 – Tillman Farley, University of Colorado School of Medicine
  • 2012 – Joseph Bell, Pembroke Pediatrics, A Division of Children’s Health of Carolina, North Carolina
  • 2011 – Winn Army Community Hospital, Fort Stewart, Georgia
  • 2009 – Rebekah Cradduck, South Dakota Association of Healthcare Organizations
  • 2008 – Allentown Rescue Mission and the DeSales Free Clinic
  • 2007 – Emergency Physicians of Tidewater
  • 2006 – Dallas/Forth Worth Area Health Education Center
  • 2003 – South Texas Environmental Education Research (STEER) Project
  • 2002 – North Carolina Area Health Education Centers
  • 2000 – Lancaster County Abstinence Coalition
  • 1999 – Group Health of Seattle