NLN Marilyn H. Oermann Award for Distinguished Research in Nursing Education
PURPOSE OF THE AWARD: The purpose of the NLN Marilyn H. Oermann Award for Distinguished Research in Nursing Education is to recognize an individual or team who have generated an evidentiary base for the science of nursing education.
CRITERIA FOR NOMINATION
- Has a history of significant impact on one or more of the following outcomes: student, faculty, systems, or environmental;
- Serves as mentor(s) and leader(s) to develop and influence the next generation of nurse educator scientists;
- Disseminates broadly to share knowledge and experiences in research in nursing education;
- Has a body of research that employs a variety of research methodologies to address a universally applicable and contemporary problem;
- Meets the ethical responsibilities of nursing in keeping with the NLN core values of Caring, Integrity, Diversity & Inclusion, and Excellence.
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS FOR NOMINATION
- Nominee must be a current member of NLN (current members of the awards committee, NLN staff, and the Board of Governors are not eligible)
- Nominee agrees to attend the 2023 NLN Nursing Education Research Conference (NERC) to receive award and is willing to give a brief presentation at the closing plenary
- Nominations must be made by an active NLN member (regular, student, or retired)
- Self-nomination is permitted
- Review the criteria for the award and provide specific evidence/examples to indicate the ways in which the nominee or team meets each criterion. Provide information about the achievements for which recognition should be given. Nominees will be judged only on the data supplied by the nominator(s). Please do not copy and paste sections of the nominee's CV when providing evidence of award criterion. Personal words of support are highly valued by the NLN Awards Committee.
- A complete nomination packet must include the following:
- Current abbreviated curriculum vitae of nominee (if a team nomination, a CV for each) no longer than 10 pages in length substantiating primary area of contribution to the science of nursing education and emphasizing the accomplishments.
- Two letters of support completed by individuals familiar with the nominee’s or team’s scholarly body of research each no greater than 2 pages in length
- Include nominee’s name, credentials, and contact information
- NLN member number
- Two recent examples of scholarly work (published articles) authored by the nominee or team that demonstrate the quality and rigor of their work. Research published in peer-reviewed journals is preferred.
- Letter of Acceptance—A statement from the nominee accepting the nomination and agreeing to attend NERC and present at closing plenary if selected as the award recipient
Submissions online only. Entries that do not meet the above criteria and requirements will not be considered.
The award recipient(s) will be notified by January 15, 2023. The award will be presented at the closing plenary of the 2023 NLN Nursing Education Research Conference.