Drs. Craig Dale & Ping Zou receive awards from Sigma Theta Tau International, Lambda Pi-At-Large Chapter
Dr. Craig Dale has been named the recipient of the 2017 Dorothy M Pringle Award for Excellence in Research by Sigma Theta Tau International, Lambda Pi-At-Large Chapter. This award acknowledges the importance of nursing research to the development of nursing science and ultimately to nursing practice. Bloomberg Nursing Assistant Professor Dr. Dale has been named this year’s recipient in recognition of his exceptional achievement as a nurse researcher, particularly for his research that focuses on the fundamental nursing care needs of acute and critically ill adults including hygiene, pain, and communication.
Dr. Ping Zou has been named the recipient of the 2017 Award of Merit for Outstanding PhD Thesis by Sigma Theta Tau International, Lambda Pi-At-Large Chapter. This award acknowledges an individual who has demonstrated excellence in nursing scholarship through completion of her/his doctoral dissertation, successfully defended, and communicated her/his findings both inside and outside the academic environment. Dr. Zou’s thesis is a culturally adapted anti-hypertensive educational dietary intervention study focusing on middle-aged and senior Chinese Canadians. Drs. Dale and Zou were presented with their awards at the STTI Lambda Pi-At-Large Induction and Awards Ceremony on May 16, 2017.
Bloomberg Nursing Associate Professor Dr. Lianne Jeffs gave the keynote address at the event held on May 16, 2017.
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