Nurses of Influence Banquet
Nurses of Influence Banquet
Honoring nurses and nursing advocates
The annual Nurses of Influence Banquet honors our community of outstanding nurses and nursing leaders and affirms the strong bonds between the UW School of Nursing and our community partners and acknowledges the many ways the profession of nursing improves health and touches lives.
We invite you to join us for this year’s Nurses of Influence Banquet
Date/Time: Thursday, April 30, 2020 5:30-8:30 p.m.
Location: Husky Union Building Lyceum (Room 160)
4001 E Stevens Way NE
Seattle, WA 98195
Registration will open in early 2020.
The UW School of Nursing will present five awards to outstanding graduates and other exceptional individuals in the greater nursing community. Below are the six awards.
Thank you for all of your nominations! We will be selecting and announcing award winners in the beginning of March.
Distinguished Alumni Award
This award recognizes a UW School of Nursing graduate whose career in nursing exemplifies excellence in clinical practice, leadership in professional organizations, outstanding accomplishments, and contributions to the community. Only graduates of the UW School of Nursing are eligible for this award.
Distinguished Researcher Award
This award recognizes an individual whose research, professional achievements and cumulative contributions have brought personal distinction, enhanced the profession, improved the welfare of the general public and brought honor and prestige to their field.
Distinguished Practitioner Award
This award honors a nurse who demonstrates excellence in nursing care, serves as an advocate for patients, families and/or communities, makes a recognizable difference through their practice and embodies the essence of the nursing profession.
Dr. C. June Strickland Distinguished Diversity & Transcultural Nursing Advocate Award
This award honors a nurse who advocates for the needs of underrepresented populations and communities, encourages dialogue and reflection regarding societal power imbalances; and demonstrates leadership in promoting diversity in nursing. This award is named in honor of C. June Strickland, Ph.D., RN, Cherokee, from the family of Hawkins and her career-long work in prevention science and translation/transcultural research with American Indians in the Pacific Northwest. In her words, “We are part of the world and the world is part of us…global is local.”
Distinguished Advocate, Administrator, Leader
This award recognizes an individual who demonstrates excellence in nursing advocacy, patient advocacy, administration and leadership; serves as a champion for the nursing profession, actively seeks to improve nursing management, administration and goes above and beyond across the nursing practice continuum.