Nominations sought for the International Care Ethics Observatory (ICE) Human Rights and Nursing Awards 2018

Nominations are being sought for the International Care Ethics Observatory (ICE) Human Rights and Nursing Awards 2018.  Dr Harry Gijbels, executive member of the IIMHN is a past recipient of the international award.  The Human Rights and Nursing Award is presented to any nurse in recognition of an outstanding commitment to human rights and exemplifying the essence of nursing’s philosophy of humanity to further their work.  The Directors and Local Management Team review all nominations for the Human Rights Award annually.

Criteria for the Human Rights and Nursing Award

  1. The contributions and accomplishments of the nominee must be of international significance to human rights.
  2. The contributions of the nominee have influenced health care and/or nursing practice.

Nominations

Nominations can be made by anyone and at any time, with or without the knowledge of the nominee.  Two Awards are given each year.  Nominations will be reviewed in January in each calendar year for Awards to be given at the ICNE Conference in that year.  Nominations forms are available from the International Care Ethics Observatory (ICE) in the University of Surrey:

https://www.surrey.ac.uk/international-care-ethics-observatory/human-rights-and-nursing-awards

The nominee will be contacted by a member of ICNE in due course. The nominee will be expected to travel to the conference organised by ICNE and held yearly in different locations. The travel and accommodation costs are covered by the Award. The nominees will also receive a personal monetary award, the amount of which may vary.