2019 Nomination Period: February 26 - March 25, 2019
INACSL thrives because of the tremendous efforts and quality contributions of its members, and their commitment to the INACSL core values of sharing, inspiring, discovery, and transformation within and beyond our community of practice.
The INACSL Excellence Awards offers members a platform to acknowledge the exemplary contributions of its dedicated, dependable, capable and passionate volunteer leaders, educators, clinicians and researchers within healthcare simulation.
On behalf of the Board of Directors and Membership Committee, INACSL is seeking nominations in the following categories:
The INACSL “Best Practice Innovator” award honors an INACSL member who has gone above and beyond the ordinary to demonstrate extraordinary commitment, and the use of innovative approaches to the expansion, promotion, dissemination, and/or utilization of the INACSL Standards of Best Practice: SimulationSM. Click here to download a checklist for 2019 submission requirements.
The “Frontline Simulation Champion” award acknowledges a hard-working individual and/or team who demonstrates continual dedication in the day-to-day implementation of simulation; going beyond the ordinary to exhibit their commitment to excellence in the delivery of simulation-based learning in academic, healthcare institution or community settings. Click here to download a checklist for 2019 submission requirements.
The “Spirit of Simulation” award is given to a visionary and inspiring nurse leader within the INACSL simulation practice community who exemplifies the characteristics of a transformational leader. Click here to download a checklist for 2019 submission requirements.
The "Research Excellence" award is presented to an INACSL member or group (of which one person is an INACSL member) whose endeavors in nursing research (either the study of simulation itself, or using simulation to study another phenomenon) have resulted in the generation of new knowledge, or the facilitation of research efforts by others, in which a significant and recognizable benefit is realized in nursing and/or non-nursing simulation communities. Click here to download checklistst for 2019 submission requirements.
The "Service Excellence" award is given to a person or company who has donated their time, talent, and/or resources to make a positive impact on the organization. The nominee has exemplified exceptional service by making a significant and positive contribution to INACSL. Click here to download a checklist for 2019 submission requirements.
The "Excellence in Academia" award is given to a member who demonstrates excellence in simulation teaching and learning in academic settings. The nominee demonstrates flexibility, creativity, enthusiasm for, and innovation in, the delivery and dissemination of simulation-based education, in which educational endeavors are validated by evidence of positive outcomes for students and/or faculty. Moreover, the nominee consistently employs the INACSL Standards of Best Practice: SimulationSM in teaching and learning, and is held in high regard with students and colleagues. Click here to download a checklist for 2019 submission requirements.
To prepare an award nomination:
Each nominator must submit the following items to support their award nomination:
Please transfer this information and submit document.
On behalf of the INACSL Board of Directors and Membership Committee, we thank you in advance for your participation in the awards nomination process.
VP Membership, INACSL Board of Directors