March of Dimes – Nurse of the Year

May 31, 2013 — Tomorrow’s Nurse, Involved Today!
Nominate an Outstanding -Nursing Student– undergraduate /graduate, Clinical or Academic Educator for March of Dimes 2013 Nurse of the Year Awards.

We celebrate and honor the nursing profession and the role it has played in advancing the mission of the March of Dimes for 75 years. Nurses serve the Foundation and the community in so many ways: as health care providers, educators, researchers, fundraisers, volunteers and advisors.

Who Should be Nominated: A nurse or nursing student who demonstrates excellence in the practice of nursing by providing care, comfort, and support to patients in various healthcare settings. Registered nurses, nurse midwives, nurse practitioners, licensed practical nurses, and students who work or do practicums in Miami-Dade or Monroe Counties only are eligible.

Who Can Nominate: Patients, co-workers, supervisors, other health professionals, former nominees and friends can nominate a nurse in one of 15 categories. Self nominations are also encouraged.

Categories open till September 6th!


  • Clinical and Academic Education -Made significant contributions in clinical nurse education, professional development, and have advanced research, theory generation and the development of nurses at entry level, graduate level and doctoral level.

  • Student Nurse / undergraduate Student enrolled in a nursing preparatory program showing great promise.

  • Student Nurse / graduate Student enrolled in a graduate nursing program or nurse enrolled in a graduate program in a related discipline (e.g., MPH) exemplifying excellence in advanced education.



Extended Nomination Deadline: September 6th , 2013 by midnight

Click the banner for nomination form.



Share it with others
« Back to Nursing News Releases
News story figure