Nomination deadline: January 15
(unless otherwise indicated)
Recognizing excellence in paediatrics
The CPS Awards Program recognizes those who care for children and youth in Canada through excellence in paediatric research, advocacy, health promotion and education. Nominate a colleague to recognize their commitment to making life better for Canadian children and youth. Criteria and documentation vary for each award, so please review each carefully before submitting your nomination.
The Canadian Paediatric Society has announced the 2013 award winners.
The annual nomination deadline is January 15, unless otherwise indicated. Online submission is preferred, however nominations can be forwarded by mail.
- Alan Ross Award
For lifelong excellence in paediatric research, education, health care and advocacy.
- Michel Weber Education Award
Recognizing an individual whose career in medical and/or inter-professional education has had a significant and positive impact on learners in child and youth health.
- Noni MacDonald Award
For an article published in Paediatrics & Child Health that has positively affected paediatrics.
- Young Investigator Award
Recognizes basic or clinical research accomplishments of a young investigator in fields that benefit child and youth health.
- Victor Marchessault Advocacy Award
Honours an individual or organization who has made an outstanding contribution to Canada’s children and youth at the local, provincial, or national level. The next award will be given in 2014.
- Geoffrey C. Robinson Award
For outstanding contributions to child and youth health through population health or health services research. The next award will be given in 2013.
- Career Research Award
Recognizes the career of an outstanding and accomplished researcher working on an aspect of paediatric research in Canada. The next award will be given in 2014.
- P.H. Bryce Award
For excellence in public health advocacy for First Nations, Métis and Inuit children and youth. The next award will be given in 2014.
May 21 2013