At the annual SHINE Conference, the Johns Hopkins Center for Nursing Inquiry recognizes a nurse or nurse-led team for their significant contributions to nursing science. This year, four awards will be granted: Excellence in Evidence-based Practice, Excellence in Quality Improvement, Student Project, SHINE, and the Impact Award.
You will not automatically be considered for an award. You must indicate your choice when you submit your abstract. Award winners will be notified via email, no later than March 6, 2023. Winners will be awarded a prize, in-person, during the 2023 SHINE Conference.
Excellence in Evidence-based Practice Award
The Excellence in Evidence-based Practice Award recognizes a nurse or nurse-led team for conducting outstanding work in the area of evidence-based practice. The award winner is selected by the Abstract Review Committee.
Best practices for ensuring hospital-based traveling clinical staff provide safe patient care to reduce adverse safety events
By Michelle Cook, Julia Krzyzewski, Jessica White, Amanda Memken, Micayla Johnson, Sarah E. Francis, and Heather Watson
Best practices for completing root cause analysis of hospital acquired pressure injury stage 3 or greater
By Helen Borte, Retzer Cariaga, Holley Farley, Rachel Moseley, Alphie Rahman, Lindsay Rice, Allison Spingler, and Cynthia A Walker
Excellence in Quality Improvement Award
The Excellence in Quality Improvement Award recognizes a nurse or nurse-led team for conducting outstanding work in the area of quality improvement. The award winner is selected by the Abstract Review Committee.
Noise reduction in the neonatal intensive care unit: Promoting neuroprotection and a healing environment
By Kelly Baca
By Lisa Klein, Amelia Tenberg, Hohyung Yi, Margie Burnett, and John Probasco
Excellence in Research Award
The Excellence in Research Award recognizes a nurse or nurse-led team for conducting outstanding work in the area of research. The award winner is selected by the Abstract Review Committee.
LGTBQ+ awareness training for nurse residency program participants: Evaluation of knowledge and attitudes
By Suzanne Dutton, Andrea N. Cimino, Mary Jo Lombardo, Periwinkle Mackay, Jessica Borthwick, Nia Wright, and Melissa Gerstenhaber
Student Project Award
The Student Project Award recognizes a student for conducting outstanding inquiry work. The award winner is selected by the Abstract Review Committee.
By Rebecca Qualey
The Impact Award recognizes a nurse or nurse-led team for their outstanding impact on the health care system as a whole. The award winner is selected by the Chief Nursing Officers.
Implementation of navel to knees with chlorhexidine gluconate to prevent catheter associated urinary tract infections
By Lisa Klein, Vivian Han, and Nancy Le