Individual Perioperative Nurse Nomination Criteria

Criteria and Nomination

 

The Individual Perioperative Nurse: Outstanding Achievement award will be presented to four (4) perioperative nurses
who have made a significant contribution to any of the following aspects of perioperative nursing:

 

  • Clinical Practice
  • Patient Education
  • Nursing Management
  • Nursing Education
  • Nursing Research

 

The award is given to one nurse at each level from the below groups:

 

GROUP ONE

GROUP TWO

GROUP THREE

GROUP FOUR

Senior Nurse Manager

Nurse Manager

Nurse Unit Manager

Clinical Nurse Consultant

Clinical Nurse Specialist

Clinical Nurse Educator

Registered Nurse

Enrolled Nurse

 

 

You may nominate any number of nurses, but you must address the criteria for each nurse separately.

Documented evidence (max. 500 words total) for the following criteria may include, but not be restricted to:

 

COMPULSORY CRITERIA

 

Customer Focus

Describe how the nominee has ensured they are responsive to the needs of your customers.  Describe who the nominee has identified as your customers.

Continuous Improvement

Describe how the nominee has incorporated continuous improvement into their daily work practices.

Outcomes

Describe the significant outcomes the nominee has achieved for nursing/healthcare.

Striving for Best Practice

Describe the steps the nominee has taken towards achieving best practice.

Leadership

Describe how the nominee has implemented or supported excellent leadership initiatives within your workforce.

 

OPTIONAL CRITERIA

 

Innovation

Describe how the nominee has demonstrated an innovative approach to achieving appropriate outcomes.

Application to other settings

Describe the ways in which the nominee’s outcomes are transferable to other nursing/healthcare settings.

 

Download your application form here: Award Individual Nomination Criteria