Association Update

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Association Update


Call for officer nominations

The American School Health Association is accepting nominations for the offices of Vice President and for five positions on the Board of Directors. Nominations must be received by March 31, 1999.

The person elected by the membership to the vice presidency will progress through the four-year presidential sequence, serving as vice president, president-elect, president, and immediate past president. Directors will serve three-year terms.

Descriptions of these positions are available from the ASHA National Office, P.O. Box 708, Kent, OH 44240-0708; 330/678-1601. Send nominations to: Laura Kann, CDC-DASH, 4770 Buford Highway, NE, MS K-33, Atlanta, GA 30341-3724; or .

ASHA to honor achievements

The American School Health Association annually honors leaders in school health with the presentation of the William A. Howe Award and the ASHA Distinguished Service Awards. Members may recognize deserving individuals by submitting nominations for these awards. Nominations must be received by March 31, 1999.

Written nominations should include the nominee's resume, including personal data, academic training, employment background, professional experience, professional association activities that emphasize ASHA involvement, honors, and publications. Resumes should be limited to four, double-spaced, typewritten pages.

The William A. Howe Award, the Association's highest honor, recognizes individuals for outstanding contributions and distinguished service in school health. Presented in memory of William A. Howe, MD, a founder and first president of the Association, the award acknowledges the recipient's outstanding professional contributions paralleling the aims and objectives of the Association and is not limited to ASHA members.

Distinguished Service Awards recognize the exemplary contributions of active or retired ASHA members to the Association. Service to the Association includes offices held, committee memberships, and committee chairs.

Send nominations to: Pamela Dorazio Dean, ASHA National Office, P.O. Box 708, Kent, OH 44240-0708; or .

Reward a deserving school nurse

The Consumer Health Care Group, a division of Pfizer, Inc., with the assistance of ASHA, will present the 16th annual Outstanding School Nurse Achievement Award at the 1999 ASHA National School Health Conference in Kansas City, Mo., on October 27-31, 1999. Nominations must be received by March 31, 1999. From the nominations, the School Nurse Section's Awards Committee will select the recipient based on the following criteria:

* Nominee must be an active or retired profession; school nurse. …

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