Jessie M. Scott Award
Award Description
The Jessie M. Scott Award recognizes outstanding accomplishment in a field of practice, education, or research and demonstrates the interdependence of these elements and their significance for the improvement of nursing and health care. The recipient develops and/or presents the Jessie M. Scott Essay or Lecture. The Essay/Lecture material may be presented in a written or oral format and is disseminated and/or presented as determined by the ANA. Since nursing contact hours are awarded for this session, the recipient is expected to complete the appropriate continuing education session information packet.
Award Criteria
The nominee:

1. Must be a current C/SNA-ANA or IMD member.

2. Must have demonstrated the interdependent relationships among nursing practice, nursing education, and nursing research.

3. Must agree to make available and/or present in a written or oral format, the Jessie M. Scott Essay/Lecture material for dissemination by ANA.
Additional Information
Nomination for this award is currently closed.