Excellence in patient education award 2011
The Excellence in Patient Education (EPE) Award was presented annually by EONS from 2005 to 2011 inclusive.
The aim of the Award was to honour individual nurses or organisations who did consistently excellent work in educating cancer patients about their disease and its treatments. It was awarded for the creation of innovative and high-quality patient education materials. It was open to both organisations and individual nurses. The final EPE award was presented in 2011.
Excellence in Patient Education Award 2011
The European Oncology Nursing Society is pleased to announce that Sue Morgan, on behalf of the Steering Group and Teenage Cancer Trust, UK, should be the winner of the Excellence in Patient Education Award 2011 with their project:
“Find your sense of tumour”, An international Annual Conference for young people with cancer.
EONS congratulates Sue for winning the award and wishes her success with future projects.
The EPE Award winning team received their Award from EONS President Sultan Kav at the EONS Opening Award session on Saturday 24 September 2011 during the 2011 European Multidisciplinary Cancer Congress, Stockholm, Sweden.
|2010||Sara Gardyn, Rabin Medical Center, Petah Tikva, Israel.
“Pediatric Radiotherapy Educational Booklets”.
|2009||Corien Eeltink, Department of Haematology of the VU medical centre Amsterdam and Daniela Hahn, the Dutch Cancer Institute, Antoni van Leeuwenhoek Ziekenhuis, the Netherlands.
Booklet: A question and answer approach about cancer and sexuality.
|2008||Catherine Oakley and Jo Johnson, St. George's Hospital, London, UK.
‘Patient Oral Chemotherapy Diary’ - the diary was developed to provide a robust generic method of supporting cancer patients and their carers, to manage oral chemotherapy treatments.
|2007||Niek Golsteijn, Vincent Keijsers and Sylvia Verhagen of V&VN Oncology, the Netherlands.
'Verpleegkundigen en Verzorgenden Nederland - Oncologie' (‘SignGuide Oncology’ a novel way of presenting patient information).
|2006||Arno Mank and the staff of the Department of Haematology/Oncology at the Academic Medical Centre, the Netherlands.
CD-ROM package ‘The Patient’s Journey: From chemotherapy to stem-cell transplantation’.
|2005||Oncology Unit at Our Lady’s Hospital for Sick Children, Dublin, Ireland.
‘Precious Times: a Handbook on Palliative Care for Parents and Children with Cancer’.
This project was supported by an Amgen educational grant.