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Last chance to nominate your Nursing Hero!

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Nursing hero featureCOMMITMENT ✚ DEDICATION ✚ COMPASSION ✚ LEADERSHIP

Look around you. Have you been inspired, encouraged or empowered by an employee or a colleague? Have you or your loved one been touched by the care and compassion of an outstanding nurse? Do you know a nurse who has gone above and beyond the call of duty? Now is your chance to acknowledge and recognize the nursing heroes in your facility or community. Hospital News will once again salute nursing heroes through our annual National Nursing Week (May 11th to 17th) contest. We hope you will share your stories with us so that we can highlight the exceptional work that our nurses are doing and how they touch our lives. Nominations can be submitted by patients or patients’ family members, colleagues or managers. Please submit by April 15th and make sure that your entry contains the following information: Along with having their story published, the winner will also take home:

1st PRIZE: $1,000 Cash Prize

2nd PRIZE: $500 Cash Prize

3rd PRIZE: $300 Cash Prize

nursing hero promoNOMINATE A NURSING HERO! WWW.HOSPITALNEWS.COM COMMITMENT ✚ DEDICATION ✚ COMPASSION ✚ LEADERSHIP Hospital News’ 10th Annual Nursing Hero Awards Please email submissions to editor@hospitalnews.com or mail to: Hospital News, 610 Applewood Crescent, Suite 401, Vaughan, ON, L4K 0E3

Nominations should include: ✚ Full name of the nurse ✚ Facility where he/she worked at the time ✚ Your contact information ✚ Your nursing hero story

All nominations will receive a confirmation of receipt from the Editor. Until you receive confirmation that your nomination has been received, your nomination has not been entered into the contest. If you do not receive confirmation within 24 hours of emailing your nomination, please follow up at editor@hospitalnews.com or by telephone 905 532 2600 x2234.

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