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Recognizing Excellence in the Profession

Recognizing excellence in the profession is one of the most important activities of the American Society of Registered Nurses.  In an effort to promote attention to exceptional achievement, ASRN offers numerous awards for such achievement.  Throughout the years these awards have played an important role in our lives and the lives of the recipients.

Description and Nominating Information:

Nominations for Awards to be presented at the next Annual Meeting are accepted throughout the year. Nominations should be submitted to: Awards@asrn.org

To submit a nomination, please follow the link below:

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