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Call for Nominations: Duncan Galletly Trophy

Since 2003 the New Zealand Resuscitation Council has awarded the Duncan Galletly New Zealand Resuscitation Council Health Professional Instructor Trophy to recognise excellence in training delivery by a New Zealand Resuscitation Council health professional instructor or provider centre. Recipients were determined by an objective analysis of learner feedback sheets.

The trophy was last awarded in 2018.

The purpose of the trophy is to recognise instructor excellence. The recipient will be determined by peer nomination based on set criteria. The New Zealand Resuscitation Council encourages the instructor community to celebrate the excellence and achievements of its peers.

 

Selection Criteria

The award recognises outstanding performance as a health professional instructor or provider centre.

The recipient must demonstrate at least one of the following:

  1. Sustained excellence in resuscitation education delivery
  2. Contribution that improves resuscitation education performance or service
  3. Significant contribution to a major resuscitation education project
  4. Special service to the New Zealand Resuscitation Council or the CORE and NLS Instructors of New Zealand (CINZ)

Once nominated, an invited selection panel will select the recipient.

 

Eligibility

The recipient must:

  • Have met all requirements to be a current New Zealand Resuscitation Council health professional instructor or provider centre.
  • Be actively involved in resuscitation education for health professionals.

Selection Process

Only New Zealand Resuscitation Council health professional instructors who are current with their requirements may nominate recipients.

Nomination can now be made and must be submitted electronically by uploading your citation to the Nomination Form by 2 September 2022.  

Nominations should include contact details of the nominee and nominator, a detailed citation outlining how the nominee fulfills the selection criteria, any conflicts of interest, and any supporting information.

A selection panel will comprise:

  • The Chair of the New Zealand Resuscitation Council
  • The Chair of CINZ
  • Three other invited representatives with no conflicts of interest

Selection of finalists and the recipient will be against the selection criteria listed above.

 

Award

The award will take the form of a personalised certificate and will be awarded at NZ Resus 2022 on Saturday 17 September at Te Wharewaka in Wellington.

 

Communication

All New Zealand Resuscitation Council health professional instructors will be notified of the awards process.

The finalists will be advised one week prior to the meeting.

 

Previous recipients

2003

North Shore Hospital

2004

Nelson Wairau Hospitals

2005

Christchurch Hospital

2008

Southland Hospital

2010

Wanganui Hospital

2012

Christchurch Hospital

2014

Nelson Marlborough District Health Board

2018

Steve Jenkins

 

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