NANCY PIKE Awarded the Excellence in
Cardiovascular Nursing Clinical Practice Award

Nancy PikeNancy Pike, PhD, RN, FNP-BC, CPNP-PC/AC, FAHA, was awarded the Excellence in Cardiovascular Nursing Clinical Practice Award which recognizes excellence in cardiovascular nursing clinical practice by an active partner of the Council on Cardiovascular and Stroke Nursing (CVSN) of the American Heart Association.  This award, presented in November 2020, is based on excellence in practice, contributions to development of colleagues, collaboration with providers for client care, and external recognition of scholarship in cardiovascular nursing practice. Dr. Pike, an Associate Professor at University of California, Los Angeles, clearly exemplifies the features of this honor. More about the award is available: https://professional.heart.org/en/partners/awards-and-lectures/mid-career-achievement-awards/excellence-in-clinical-practice-award


Congratulations to Karen Uzark!

She was awarded the Cor Vitae Award for Community Service at the American Heart Association Southeast Michigan Heart Ball earlier this month. Karen’s many accomplishments in research and caring for those with CHD and their families made her the perfect nominee and an undeniably winning choice for this award! Karen is also a founding member of SPCN! She was joined by colleagues as we attended the ball virtually, heard the tribute to her amazing career, listened to her lovely words of acceptance, and had a very active texting thread throughout the event – maybe no dinner and cocktails together at this ball but definitely ‘together’ to celebrate Karen!

American Heart Association – Michigan

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2020 Ann Arbor – Jackson Heart Ball
Science and Innovation Awards

The American Heart Association has been working to save and improve lives from heart disease and stroke for more than 90 years, with scientific research at the core of all our efforts. Each year, merit awards fund highly promising investigators who have the potential to move the field of science forward. When championed by a passionate and dedicated individual, the AHA’s mission to build healthier lives, free of cardiovascular disease and stroke is brought to life through improved standards of care, educational and community outreach programs and prevention education leading to more lives saved in our community. The AHA would like to honor these impactful individuals at the Washtenaw County Heart Ball. To nominate an individual(s) complete the form below and select the award that best encompasses the impact they have made in our community.

COEUR D’OR AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE

The Coeur D’Or (Heart of Gold) Award for Excellence is given to an individual, who through his/her professional accomplishments has made great strides in the advancement of the American Heart Association.

Criteria for Selection

The recipient is an exemplary health-care professional who is involved in the field of cardiovascular disease. He/she has demonstrated energetic support and guidance to the American Heart Association and has provided substantial contributions towards achieving the American Heart Association’s mission to reduce disability and death due to heart disease and stroke.

Past Recipients

2019 – Bradley Hubbard, MD
2018 – Robert Bartlett, MD
2017 – Andrew Pruitt, MD, FACS
2016 – Richard L. Prager, MD
2015 – Michael Deeb, MD
2014 – James C. Stanley, MD
2013 – Thomas Wakefield, MD
2012 – Ben D. McCallister, MD
2011 – Stuart A. Winston, DO
2006 – Susan D. Housholder-Hughes, RN, MSN
2005 – Roger Newton, PhD
2004 – Walter M. Whitehouse, Jr., MD
2003 – Dick and Norma Sarns
2002 – Dr. Herbert Sloan
2001 – Dr. Otto Gago
2000 – Dr. Rudolph E. Reichert, Jr., MD


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