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International Nurse Researcher Awards

Recognizing members for contributions to nursing research

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International Nurse Researcher Hall of Fame

Since 2010, STTI has been inducting venerated nurse researchers who have achieved significant and sustained national and/or international recognition for their work; and whose research has impacted the profession and the people it serves.

Purpose

The purpose of the Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International (STTI) Nurse Researcher Hall of Fame is to recognize nurse researchers who have achieved significant and sustained national and/or international recognition for their work and whose research has impacted the profession and the people it serves.

Eligibility

All active STTI members worldwide are eligible to be nominated for this award. Members may not self-nominate; any self-nominations will be disqualified. STTI current elected board and committee members, STTI staff, STTI consultants and contracted staff, and members of the judging committee are not eligible and cannot support nominations.

Recognition

All awards will be presented at STTI’s International Nursing Research Congress. The International Nurse Researcher Hall of Fame awards presentations are sponsored by Wiley.

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"This award brings formal recognition of my body of research from those I respect the most, fellow nurses. To become one of the few nurse researchers world-wide to be inducted brings honor not only to myself, but also Vanderbilt School of Nursing. On a personal note, it is hard to imagine that as someone from an extremely rural upbringing I have achieved International recognition for doing something that I love. Nursing is the best profession in the world and the potential for nurse scientists to succeed is unlimited."
Sheila Hedden Ridner, PhD, RN, FAAN2017 International Nurse Researcher Hall of Fame Inductee
"The Emerging Nurse Researcher Award is a dream come true. As a young academic I have always admired senior academics who have demonstrated excellence, rigor and quality in their research and publications. I have endeavored to conduct credible research and stayed focused in sharing my findings with the rest of the world."
Lydia Aziato2017 Emerging Nurse Researcher Recipient, Africa

Emerging Nurse Researcher Award

Introduced in 2015, the Emerging Nurse Researcher Award recognizes an early-career nurse researcher (completed and earned doctorate after December 2012) from each global region whose research has influenced the profession and the people it serves.

Purpose

The purpose of the Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International (STTI) Emerging Nurse Researcher Award is to recognize a nurse researcher from each of the global regions whose research has impacted the profession and the people it serves.

Eligibility

All active STTI members worldwide are eligible to be nominated for this award. Members may not self-nominate; any self-nominations will be disqualified. STTI current elected board and committee members, STTI staff, STTI consultants and contracted staff, and members of the judging committee are not eligible and cannot support nominations.

Recognition

All awards will be presented at STTI’s International Nursing Research Congress.

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