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2008 Awards

Awards are presented at each biennial conference, to recognize outstanding accomplishments by NANDA-I members. Award recipients are nominated by NANDA-I member colleagues, with final recipient determination made by the Board of Directors.

2008 AWARD RECIPIENTS
MENTOR AWARD
The Mentor Award is presented at the discretion of the NANDA-I President, and is intended to honor an individual or individuals who have excelled at mentorship in their own practice setting (e.g., mentoring students, clinical nurses, informatics nurses, researchers, etc.) as well as within the NANDA-I organization itself. Therefore, this is considered the highest award possible from the organization.
•Marjory Gordon, PhD, RN, FAAN , USA
•Dorothy Jones, EdD, RNC, ANP, FAAN, USA

FOUNDERS AWARDThe Founders Award is presented by the NANDA-I Board of Directors, to those individuals who have made a lasting, internationally-reaching contribution to education, implementation, development, research, and/or informatics applications of nursing diagnoses.
•Margaret Lunney, PhD, RN, USA
•Mercedes Ugalde Apalategui, RN, MH, Spain

EDITOR'S AWARDThe Editor’s Award is given to author(s) who have published an outstanding piece of scholarship in the NANDA-I journal, The International Journal of Nursing Knowledge.
•Elizabeth Wong, CRNA, MSN
UNIQUE
CONTRIBUTION AWARD
The Unique Contribution Award is presented by the NANDA-I Board of Directors, to those individuals who have made an outstanding contribution to the advancement of nursing diagnosis.
•Cecilie Dale, Norway
•Marilynn Doenges, RN, MA, CS, USA
•Rosa Gonzales Gutierrez-Solana, Spain
•Lina Rahal, RN, BScN, Med, Canada

CONFERENCE
SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS
Conference Scholarship
Ahmed Deeb, Jordan
•Marlene Marmolejo, Peru
•Elena Calderon, Peru
•Roxana Obando Zegarra, Peru


Dr. T. Heather Herdman Scholarship
•Ana Maritza Gomez Ochoa, Columbia
FOUNDATION
GRANT AWARDS

Effect of a CNS-coached teaching learning intervention on the staff nurses documentation of problem-identification, nursing interventions and patient outcomes related to pain and anxiety in an urban academic medical center.
•Sioban M. Haldeman, RN, MSN, ACNS-BC, USA
•Erin Cox, RN, MS, CCRN, ACNS-BC
, USA
•Vivian E. Donahue, RN, MSN, CCRN, ACNS-BC, USA
•Marion Jeffries RN, MSN, CCRN, ACNS-BC, USA
and the CNS Research Task Force, Massachusetts General Hospital, USA

The Concept of Abandonment : New Nursing Diagnosis
•Jane Flanagan PhD, ANP-BC, Faculty - Boston College, USA

Evaluation of the Implementation of Nursing Diagnostics : A Study on the Use of Nursing Diagnosis, Interventions and Outcomes in Nursing Documentation
•Maria Müller-Staub, RN; MNS; EdN; PhD , Switzerland