MAOHN Nurse of the Year

MAOHN Nurse of the Year

Purpose and History
When the Occupational Health Nurse of the Year/ Schering Award program ended in 1990, MAOHN Recognized the need to create the MAOHN Nurse of the Year Award. This award was first presented in 1992. MAOHN sponsors this annual award to one of its members as recognition for an occupational and environmental health nurse that has provided outstanding service to the profession. This award and its criteria are determined by MAOHN. The award is intended to inspire other occupational and environmental health professionals to enrich their professional career as well as create a public awareness of the importance of the occupational and environmental health nurse.

The Award
The award winner is presented with a plaque that is purchased by MAOHN during a MAOHN member meeting.

Award Criteria
Applicant must be:

  • a licensed nurse employed in occupational health a minimum of 2 years,
  • a current active member of MAOHN,
  • employed in occupational and environmental health nursing a minimum of 20 hours per week and
  • demonstrate characteristics and accomplishments that enhance the field of occupational and environmental health nursing.

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