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The Outstanding Clinical Care Award

Purpose

The Outstanding Clinical Care Award in Psychosocial Oncology is presented to a clinician in recognition of outstanding clinical contributions to the field of psychosocial oncology.

 

Eligibility

Nominees must demonstrate outstanding clinical contributions to the field of psychosocial oncology. Additionally, candidates must be licensed and actively practicing in the field of psychosocial oncology for a minimum of five years.

To nominate an APOS member for this award please submit the following through the online nomination portal:

  • The nominee’s curriculum vitae (or resume)
  • Two letters of nomination from professionals who can specifically address the nominee’s clinical work. These letters should state why the nominee is deserving of the award by providing evidence for how the individual has contributed to excellence in psychosocial oncology care. It is optional to submit an unsolicited letter received about the clinician from a patient, with any identifiers removed.

Deadline

Submissions closed.