Awards given to nurse practitioners conducting outstanding research in
SAN ANTONIO, Oct. 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Mission Pharmacal today congratulated the winners of the National Association of Nurse Practitioners in Women's Health (NPWH) Women's Health Research Awards presented at NPWH's Annual Conference in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The awards are given to the authors of four abstracts to recognize their outstanding contributions to the field of women's health research. The winners, who presented their research at a special podium session during the conference, are Kathaleen C. Bloom, PhD, CNM and co-author Michele S. Bednarzyk, MN, FNP-BC; Elizabeth M. Kupferer, PhD, RN-C, WHNP; Margaret F. Moloney, RN-C, PhD, ANP; and Maria L. Rubolino- Gallego, MSN, RN, FNPc.
The authors of each winning abstract received $500 in recognition of their important work. The authors of two additional abstracts which were accepted as poster presentations at the conference were also recognized for their contributions to the field. They are Cyndi Roller, WHCNP, RNC, CNM, PhD; and Beth Askue, CNP, MS, et al.
"We are very proud to honor these distinguished nurse practitioners for their contributions to the field of women's health research," said Douglas Leonard, product manager, Perinatal Products for Mission Pharmacal. "Nurse practitioners play an integral role in the health care system. In addition to delivering high quality medical care to their patients, they are well-educated in preventive care and patient education. Many of these skilled clinicians are also actively involved in research to better the lives of their patients, and the NPWH Women's Health Research Awards seek to recognize this unique group."
Members of NPWH were asked to submit research abstracts for
presentation at the 10th Annual Conference. The NPWH research committee
reviewed all abstracts submitted and selected four to discuss their work i
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