No one plans to dedicate their life to being the first healthcare provider to see a hurt child. For 2017 Dare to Care Award Winner Jeanlee Carver, her life’s work followed a succession of seemingly routine choices. She never planned on the route her career would take her. ... Read More
Overview: Honors for Nursing
Recognizing Utah’s Nurses for Over 20 Years
Honors for Nursing is the only event of its kind that brings nurses together from around the state of Utah to celebrate one another's accomplishments. It is an annual event held each spring during National Nurses Week in conjunction with Florence Nightingale's birthday and is hosted by the University of Utah College of Nursing Alumni Association.
Honors for Nursing began in 1994 as a small gathering of honorees in the College of Nursing lobby. Thanks to the generous support of past sponsors such as University of Utah Health Care, Intermountain Healthcare, IASIS, MountainStar Healthcare, Zions Bank, Energy Solutions, and many others the event has grown every year. Now several hundred nurses are honored each year.
The event raises scholarship funds for students at the University of Utah's College of Nursing. In this way, Honors for Nursing uniquely supports present and future nurses in Utah.
For more information or to register, nominate or become a sponsor, visit the event website.
The deadline to nominate an exceptional nurse for the 2017 Dare to Care Award has been extended to Jan. 20, 2017.... Read More
Honors for Nursing is the only event of its kind that brings nurses together from around the state of Utah to celebrate one another's accomplishments. ... Read More
Over the four months of Steve Christiaens’ hospice care, his wife and his nurse forged an intangible bond – personal and profound, but still professional. On Monday night (May 9), Christiaens and Wilkinson’s employer, Solstice Home Health, Hospice and Palliative Care, will recognize her along with nearly 200 other Utah nurses at the Honors for Nursing gala at Little America Hotel.... Read More
Watch this year's nurses honored for their contribution to nursing.... Read More
Jill Shepherd served in the US Military as a Combat Medic in the Utah National Guard, while earning her degree in Nursing at Southern Utah University. She has done outstanding work and was honored with receiving the Honors for Nursing Award.... Read More