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In Chicago? Call for Nominations for The 2012 HMPRG Awards

Health & Medicine Policy Research Group (HMPRG)
April 17, 2012

 

Call for nom

NOMINATIONS ACCEPTED

APRIL 15-JULY 30

As many of you know, every fall in a non-gala year, Health & Medicine hosts a special HMPRG Awards event to honor members of the public health and policy communities – from veteran practitioners to young justice-driven activists – for their vision, leadership and work that serves as a living embodiment of, or testament to,  public health and social justice.
General Eligibility Criteria:
- Current members of HMPRG Board, Committees, or staff ineligible
- Posthumous awards not considered
- Must live or work in Illinois or Northeast Indiana (Metro Chicago area)
- Self nominations are accepted
  • AWARDS CATEGORIES

  • HEALTH (Individual Award) Individuals who work within the health arena, using the broadest definition of health, with an emphasis on public health and improvements in the health of populations.
  • MEDICINE (Individual Award) Individuals whose work in any aspect of health care delivery (e.g. medicine, dentistry, mental health, nutrition, home care, pharmacy, insurance, medical groups) fosters system or institutional improvements.
  • POLICY (Individual Award) Individuals working in advocacy, government, media, or philanthropy, whose work encompasses the many facets of policy analysis, development, planning, and implementation.
  • RESEARCH (Individual Award) Applies to individuals involved in any aspect of quantitative or qualitative research, community-based research, or evaluative research that serves to promote improvements in the quality of life (recognizing the multiple determinants of health).
  • GROUP (“The Quentin Award”) (Organization Award) Recognizes that the sum of the whole is often greater than the individual parts, and honors a group, organization, or coalition that supports or enhances community self-determination and independence, focuses its work on any of the determinants of health, and has had an impact beyond the scope of its programs. In the spirit of Quentin Young’s support of creating long-lasting improvements through coalition-building and collective action, this award will be affectionately referred to as “the Quentin” award.
  • EMERGING HEALTH LEADER (Individual Award) Inaugurated in 2007, this award honors a leader under 30 currently involved in community-based work with broadly defined public health implications.

Nominate your candidate online

Download the nomination form

Download the HMPRG  Awards Call for Nominations flyer

Scan the qr code to get the HMPRG Awards form on your mobile phone

 Get information on the 2012 HMPRG Young Health Activist Challenge and Call for Nominations

The 2012 HMPRG Awards are Thursday, October 11, 2012
5:30-8:30

Save the Date!

The 2012 winners will be invited to participate in a brief moderated round table at the October 11th Awards Celebration, where they will be invited to respond to a question pertinent to all who work in public health. (Think “Ted Talks.”) It promises to be an exciting evening. We look forward to your nominations and to celebrating the winners with you in October.

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