Honor a Nurse

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Lippincott Solutions is a series of comprehensive, integrated software applications that includes advanced online workflow technology, current evidence-based clinical information, and professional development tools for the practicing nurse. The suite of products helps organizations make evidence actionable at the bedside by supporting evidence-based practice, standardizing care, saving time, and streamlining workflows.
Honoring the Heroes of Healthcare: It starts with you

We are passionate about nurses and making sure they are recognized for the heroic work they do every day for patients and their families.

Honor A Nurse, created by the American Nurses Foundation and supported by Lippincott Solutions, seeks to make sure nurses know they are respected and values.

But we’re not asking you to make any ordinary gift. We’re going to make sure your nurse knows that she or he is important to you and the countless patients and families they have impacted.


 Past Award Recipients
2015 Nurse of the 3rd Quarter:
Ann A. Lyons, MSN, PhD, RN, CNE
Dr. Lyons “is the ‘Gold Standard’ of what a Nurse Educator, Faculty Member, and Advisor should be!” as former student, Joe Middleton describes her. In her 33 years of teaching, she has advocated for her students and nurses across the country...  Click here to read more.

2015 Nurse of the 2nd Quarter:
Tresia Diaz, RN
Tresia Diaz, RN, believes that patient care includes treating the body and the soul. Diaz, of Fallston, Md., was honored by her husband Eric through the American Nurses Foundation’s Honor A Nurse program... Click Here to read more
2015 Nurse of the 1st Quarter:
Ann Marie Clyatt, BSN, RN
A resident of Miami, Fla., Clyatt has touched countless lives during her career as a public health nurse. For example, she provided assessments, screenings and health education to the Miccosukee Indians at the tribal headquarters on the Tamiami Trail. She has delivered skilled nursing care during home visits and through her work at clinics and schools. Additionally, through her advocacy work...Click Here to read more. 
2014 Nurse of the Year Recipient:
Jennifer Rhoades, RN
Tedy bear with bandages.
In recognition of her efforts and work with the Teddy Bear Clinic, Jennifer Rhoades, RN, has been named 2014 Nurse of the Year. Out of hundreds of nurses recognized through the Honor a Nurse initiative sponsored by Lippincott Solutions, Jennifer and her story capture the essence of transforming health care through nursing.                   Click Here to read more.
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Elizabeth Franzino

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