ANVC CONNECT AUGUST 27

ANVC International Nurse of the Year Deadline extended to August 31
ANVC has extended the deadline for nominations for the ANVC Nurse of the Year to August 31. Covid-19 has changed the world we live in and created challenges to our healthcare systems as well as our communities. Stroke clinicians have faced those challenges in creating innovative solutions to timely care of our stroke patients in order to reduce death and disability from stroke #becausestrokepatientsdeservenothingless. Recognize your colleagues who have made significant contributions to patients, stroke programs, communities, prehospital emergency services, or policy making in order to reduce the burden of stroke, particularly during the challenges of this year. Self-nominations are also welcome!

Nominations should include the following:

A) Professional photo that will be placed on the web and used in promotional announcements;

B) A description (limited to no more than 1000 words) of the contribution worthy of this recognition;

C) A brief biosketch that describes the individual or group including place of employment, credentials, and other key information.

D) Individual nominees must be an ANVC member; if a group or team is the nominee, at least 1 person on the team must be an ANVC member. (Board members and Past Presidents are ineligible for this recognition; volunteer committee members are eligible.)

E) Send the above information to www.anvc.org with Year of the Nurse and Midwife in the subject line.

The winner will be honored at the 2021 ANVC Conference in Los Angeles with a plaque and free registration to the 2021 conference as well as a $1000 honorarium courtesy of the Health Outcomes Institute. Attendance at the 2021 ANVC conference is a requirement for submission. If the winner is a group, then one member from the group will receive the free registration.

Spotlight on ANVC members
Introducing: Cara Guthrie-Chu, MSN, APRN, AGACNP-BC, ANVP-BC, CCRN  

  1. Where do you work?  Medical City Fort Worth in Fort Worth, Texas
  2. What is your role?  Neurosciences Acute Care Nurse Practitioner – Stroke, Neurovascular, Neurocritical Care
  3. What are you reading?  The program requirements for Texas Woman’s University DNP program – It’s time to take the plunge, call me a Pioneer! 
  4. Share an inspirational quote:  In minor ways we differ, In major we’re the same.  – Excerpted from Human Family, a poem by Maya Angelou 

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