Research Achievement Award



This award recognizes a program faculty member who has made extraordinary contributions to research and scholarly work related to PA education; therefore, it may not be awarded annually.

CRITERIA

Nominees will be evaluated in one or more of the following areas:

  • Evidence of distinguished publication(s) which contribute(s) to the PA education literature
    • Distinguished: Published in peer-reviewed journals and/or high-impact books/book chapters; influential on a national level; high-quality conference presentations or proceedings; or equivalent work
  • Record of scholarship, which should include either a sustained history and/or seminal work
    • Sustained: Ongoing contributions over time that result in a substantial body of work about PA education, the profession, and other related topics
    • Seminal: Original, fundamentally new ideas, course-changing
  • Contribution of new knowledge or significant extension of existing knowledge to PA education
  • Applicability of scholarship to a broad range of PA programs

REQUIREMENTS AND MATERIALS

RECORD OF CONTRIBUTIONS TO PA EDUCATION

  • Established a distinguished record of scholarly contributions to PA education or has authored a recent seminal work of importance to PA education

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 Education Forum registration
  • Crystal plaque
  • Check for $500
  • Recognition at the Education Forum Award Ceremony

PREVIOUS RECIPIENTS

  • 2016 – Christine Everett, Duke University
  • 2015 – Theresa Hegmann, University of Iowa
  • 2014 – Jennifer Coombs, University of Utah
  • 2013 – Bettie Coplan, Northern Arizona University
  • 2011 – Anita Duhl Glicken, University of Colorado
  • 2010 – Perri Morgan, Duke University
  • 2009 – Donald Pedersen, University of Utah
  • 2008 – Meredith Davison, University of Oklahoma, Tulsa
  • 2007 – P. Eugene Jones, UTSWMC
  • 2005 – James Cawley, George Washington University
  • 2004 – Albert Simon, Arizona School of Health Sciences
  • 2003 – Richard Dehn, University of Iowa
  • 2002 – Roderick Hooker, UTSWMC
  • 2001 – J. Dennis Blessing, UTHSC