The International Nurses Association Names Hackensack Nurse Its 2013 Scholarship Awards Winner
As an affirmation of its commitment to the development of the next generation of nurses, each semester INA grants a comprehensive scholarship award towards one of its most deserving nurses.
New York, NY (PRWEB) July 17, 2013
INA has recently announced the 2013 Scholarship Awards winner. The Scholarship Awards reflect the unconditional support of the International Nurses Association for those members who embrace continuing education as a means to reach higher levels of achievement. This year, INA selected an amazing nurse, Amy Werner, RN, CEN, CPEN, who has proven beyond any reasonable doubt her extraordinary desire to advance in the nursing field, as well as her phenomenal determination to surpass all financial obstacles that may stand in the way of her professional objectives.
Amy Werner was selected to receive this year’s scholarship award to support her relentless efforts towards completing her Master’s Degree. She wishes to specialize in education and further expand her knowledge to future generations of nurses. Amy currently serves as Specialty Care Transport Nurse for Hackensack University Medical Center, an award-winning teaching and healthcare facility in Bayville, New Jersey. In her current capacity, she joins her exceptional abilities as a nurse with her knowledge as an extensively trained and experienced paramedic. Furthermore, she is an accomplished pet therapy and patient anxiety expert with years of volunteering service in her field.
The International Nurses Association presents members with a comprehensive range of benefits including a Certificate of Recognition, as well as a lifestyle concierge and mentorship program. Additionally, members will have the great opportunity of becoming contributing writers in Nurse Advisor, the only magazine written exclusively by nursing experts and published by INA. The International Nurses Association also issues Worldwide Leaders In Healthcare, a yearly publication featuring members from different medical associations and over 50 medical specialties in key markets across the globe.
On top of the financial benefits of the scholarship award, the International Nurses Association uncovers its exclusive partnership with Dale Carnegie, a premier organization with more than a century of expertise in the business of improving performance for companies and individuals alike. The purpose of Dale Carnegie and INA is to educate their nurses, while offering them a variety of vehicles to foster a positive working environment and enhance their most audacious career objectives.
Amy Werner was also presented with a Dale Carnegie certificate to attend any of their programs. Dale Carnegie is a leading training authority constantly adapting to the rapidly developing digital era, while consistently upholding the same strong principles that have nurtured their impeccable reputation for excellence. By virtue of this beneficial alliance, the International Nurses Association and Dale Carnegie will effectively assist new and experienced nurses with forging their professional strengths and reducing the weaknesses that may hinder their success.
For more information about the International Nurses Association and INA Scholarship program, please visit http://www.inanurse.com/scholarship-awards.php.
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