UCSF Helen Martin Faculty Practice Award Reception

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UCSF Helen Martin Faculty Practice Award Reception, Celebrating the Power of Preceptors

The University of California, San Francisco School of Nursing community celebrates the significant impact our Preceptors and Volunteer Faculty have in educating our students by honoring the legacy of the late Helen Martin RN, MS FNP '91. Helen Martin was a leader in faculty practice, a volunteer faculty and preceptor. She was the Clinical Director at Valencia Health Services (VHS), a UCSF School of Nursing pediatric practice in the Mission District of San Francisco.

To recognize the commitment and leadership of our extraordinary cadre of preceptors and volunteer faculty, all current and former preceptors and volunteer faculty were invited to this May 8, 2013 award ceremony and reception with UCSF School of Nursing faculty and students.

Hosted by Seth Ammerman, Dean David Vlahov, the University Development & Alumni Relations Department, and the Faculty Practice Committee.

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  • “{My Preceptor} was consistently enthusiastic about both teaching us and serving patients by providing the best evidence-based care, modeling good relationships with patients and a collaborative patient-centered approach, and a community based holistic model” “{My Preceptor} was warm, welcoming, and good at giving constructive feedback to help us learn and build confidence.” “{My Preceptor} is skilled at finding and creating learning opportunities for students so that the clinical rotation continues to challenge and expand students experience and knowledge. {My Preceptor} has been preceptor to other preceptors and her expertise is widely recognized and respected.” “{My Preceptor} is highly motivated to serve her patients as well as the students that come to learn from {My Preceptor}.” “{My Preceptor} runs a busy clinic and was still always able to answer questions and address concerns.”“{My Preceptor} is an excellent role model and I am glad to have had the opportunity to work with {My Preceptor}.” “{My Preceptor} is amazing.”“{My Preceptor} has great intuition in understanding the student's level.”“{My Preceptor} is very approachable and is always willing to answer questions.”“{My Preceptor} provided excellent experiences, helped me meet all the goals for my program planning course and helped me learn in {My Preceptor} clinic.” “{My Preceptor} gave me experiences was much more than I could have hoped for.” “{My Preceptor} went above and beyond what was expected and was always thoughtful and careful in planning our hours together. “{My Preceptor} made it very clear that she was committed to this preceptor-ship and was eager to teach me and give me all of the experiences she was able. I learned so much through this rotation and found it to be one of the more valuable experiences I have had at UCSF” “{My Preceptor} was an absolutely wonderful. From the preparatory information she provided before the rotation to the way she helped me develop my skills as a student NP. She had excellent rapport with the patients (both the kids and the families) and was really able to guide my clinic experience while also giving me space to develop my own skills and style.”“Working with {My Preceptor} was an experience that reinforced to me the importance and happy surprises in staying open-minded about opportunities that are given to me.” “{My Preceptor} is an exceptional teacher as she provided me with positive criticism along with helpful suggestions for improving/shortening my oral presentations, accurately conducting my physical examinations and often tested my knowledge of various disease processes. Never, did I feel intimidated or humiliated by {My Preceptor}! I always felt supported!”“Despite a very busy clinical schedule, {My Preceptor} always manages to find time for me and makes me feel that I am a priority.”“{My Preceptor} patience is astounding.”As a student, I appreciated the fact that {My Preceptor} always valued my suggestions and encouraged my input.” I am a better nurse for having worked with {My Preceptor}.”“{My Preceptor} is very supportive, knowledgeable, and generous with her time.”“{My Preceptor} spends considerable time discussing clinical issues as they arise and devises thoughtful assignments during clinic to foster the learning experience.” “{My Preceptor} is a credit to the profession and the school and is worthy of recognition.”The experience I had with {My Preceptor} gave me greater confidence in myself.”“{My Preceptor} showed us how to shape our own attitude, caring and personhood into becoming an effective nurse.” “{My Preceptor} can effortlessly and successfully manages a clinic, take care of patients, take care of the staff, and precept a student. She is a role model for patient care in the clinic.”“{My Preceptor} caring way with the patients regardless of time pressures, high standards, and exceptional knowledge are awe inspiring.”“{My Preceptor} was a wonderful, patient, energetic, and understanding preceptor who ensured I had a highly educational and rewarding experience.” “{My Preceptor} provided guidance and positive feedback that allowed me to grow in my role.” “I learned so much from every encounter with {My Preceptor}.”“{My Preceptor} recognized my strengths and talents, allowing me to function independently when appropriate while being available when I need guidance or have questions.” “{My Preceptor} stays later at work to accommodate my learning and never rushed my learning process.” “{My Preceptor} continually challenges us to think critically about clinical issues and to understand why we are doing what we are doing. It is not enough to just go through the motions; we must be able to use logic and reason to arrive at a diagnosis and management plan succinctly and completely.”“{My Preceptor} is an invaluable asset to the School of Nursing.” “Residents and staff light up when they see {My Preceptor}.” When I have told friends and colleagues about my experience learning from {My Preceptor}, I describe her as ""Florence Nightengale-esque"" as she embodies so many of the great qualities of the ultimate nurse leader.” “I learned from both {My Preceptor} research and example that it is critical to learn about patients as people- to know their stories- in order to gain trust and provide dignified end of life care.” “{My Preceptor} positioned herself as a guide, allowing space for me to identify as a practitioner and less as a student. Of course, I never lost sight of being a student, the mechanism just allowed me to tap into my own understanding of strength and wisdom instead of feeling uncertain.” “{My Preceptor} is incredibly approachable and full of wisdom both clinically and personally.” “{My Preceptor} helps her students build confidence in their knowledge and skills.” “{My Preceptor} instilled confidence and fostered autonomy in my abilities toward becoming what I am today.” “Thanks to {My Preceptor} guidance I am developing a solid foundation to build upon in my career.”
  • Helen Martin Award 2013, List of Nominator and Nominees 1.Carrie Schiff, FNP nominated Kim Honda2. Sarah Dulaney, Geriatric CNS nominated Marilyn Williams3. Mary Patton, Pediatrics, APPN nominated Kim Honda4. Maria Cardenas, FNP nominated Jessica Marques 5. Jana Duncan, OEHN/ANP nominated Elaine Icenhour6. Corinna Michels, FNP nominated Kimberlee Honda7. Gail Vue, AGNP nominated Janet Stanger8. Lewis Fannon, ANP nominated Susan Brennan9. Katherine Whitley, Psych NP nominated Angel Barrios10. Kelly Wong McGrath, OEH-AGNP nominated Rossana Segovia-Bain11. Jennifer Anderson, FNP nominated Hossein Hassani12. Dan McGuire, ACNP nominated Mitchel Erickson13. Cora Polles, ANP nominated Heather West14. David King, OEH-ANP nominated Cliff Flores15. Elizabeth Ren, Psychiatric Nursing nominated Ebony Parker16. Christy Feigenbutz, ANP-OEHN nominated Laura Miller17. Emily Minner, ACPNP nominated Susan Jonas18. Jonathan Van Nuys, ANP-HIV nominated Clarissa Ospina-Norvell19. KortneyParman, FNP nominated Carol Lemmon20. Rebecca Kooistra, FNP nominated Steven Leiner21. Erin Bowman, ANP nominated Anne Hughes22. Leesa Benenhaley, RN, FNP candidate 2014 nominated Laurie Galaty23. Michelle Julaton, Pediatrics nominated Carrie Gordon24. Dorothy Liu, FNP nominated Julie Tse25. Dara Nunn, ACPNP nominated Colette O'Brien 26. Maia Entropo, OEH-ANP nominated Ann Thrailkill27. Maia Entropo, OEH-ANP nominated Mercy Egbujor28. Lindsay Rodgers, ANP nominated Jonathan Lee 29. Jonathan Van Nuys, ANP-HIV nominated Joanna Eveland, MD
  • “{My Preceptor} was consistently enthusiastic about both teaching us and serving patients by providing the best evidence-based care, modeling good relationships with patients and a collaborative patient-centered approach, and a community based holistic model” “{My Preceptor} is skilled at finding and creating learning opportunities for students so that the clinical rotation continues to challenge and expand students experience and knowledge. {My Preceptor} has been preceptor to other preceptors and her expertise is widely recognized and respected.” “{My Preceptor} is highly motivated to serve her patients as well as the students that come to learn from {My Preceptor}.” “{My Preceptor} runs a busy clinic and was still always able to answer questions and address concerns.”“{My Preceptor} is an excellent role model and I am glad to have had the opportunity to work with {My Preceptor}.” “{My Preceptor} has great intuition in understanding the student's level.”“{My Preceptor} is very approachable and is always willing to answer questions.”“{My Preceptor} provided excellent experiences, helped me meet all the goals for my program planning course and helped me learn in {My Preceptor} clinic.” “{My Preceptor} gave me experiences was much more than I could have hoped for.” “{My Preceptor} went above and beyond what was expected and was always thoughtful and careful in planning our hours together. “{My Preceptor} was an absolutely wonderful. From the preparatory information she provided before the rotation to the way she helped me develop my skills as a student NP. She had excellent rapport with the patients (both the kids and the families) and was really able to guide my clinic experience while also giving me space to develop my own skills and style.”“Working with {My Preceptor} was an experience that reinforced to me the importance and happy surprises in staying open-minded about opportunities that are given to me.” “{My Preceptor} is an exceptional teacher as she provided me with positive criticism along with helpful suggestions for improving/shortening my oral presentations, accurately conducting my physical examinations and often tested my knowledge of various disease processes. Never, did I feel intimidated or humiliated by {My Preceptor}! I always felt supported!”“Despite a very busy clinical schedule, {My Preceptor} always manages to find time for me and makes me feel that I am a priority.”“{My Preceptor} patience is astounding.”As a student, I appreciated the fact that {My Preceptor} always valued my suggestions and encouraged my input.” I am a better nurse for having worked with {My Preceptor}.”“{My Preceptor} is very supportive, knowledgeable, and generous with her time.”“{My Preceptor} spends considerable time discussing clinical issues as they arise and devises thoughtful assignments during clinic to foster the learning experience.” “{My Preceptor} is a credit to the profession and the school and is worthy of recognition.”The experience I had with {My Preceptor} gave me greater confidence in myself.”“{My Preceptor} showed us how to shape our own attitude, caring and personhood into becoming an effective nurse.” “{My Preceptor} can effortlessly and successfully manages a clinic, take care of patients, take care of the staff, and precept a student. She is a role model for patient care in the clinic.”“{My Preceptor} caring way with the patients regardless of time pressures, high standards, and exceptional knowledge are awe inspiring.”“{My Preceptor} was a wonderful, patient, energetic, and understanding preceptor who ensured I had a highly educational and rewarding experience.” “{My Preceptor} provided guidance and positive feedback that allowed me to grow in my role.” “I learned so much from every encounter with {My Preceptor}.”“{My Preceptor} recognized my strengths and talents, allowing me to function independently when appropriate while being available when I need guidance or have questions.” “{My Preceptor} stays later at work to accommodate my learning and never rushed my learning process.” “{My Preceptor} continually challenges us to think critically about clinical issues and to understand why we are doing what we are doing. It is not enough to just go through the motions; we must be able to use logic and reason to arrive at a diagnosis and management plan succinctly and completely.”“{My Preceptor} is an invaluable asset to the School of Nursing.” “Residents and staff light up when they see {My Preceptor}.” When I have told friends and colleagues about my experience learning from {My Preceptor}, I describe her as ""Florence Nightengale-esque"" as she embodies so many of the great qualities of the ultimate nurse leader.” “I learned from both {My Preceptor} research and example that it is critical to learn about patients as people- to know their stories- in order to gain trust and provide dignified end of life care.” “{My Preceptor} positioned herself as a guide, allowing space for me to identify as a practitioner and less as a student. Of course, I never lost sight of being a student, the mechanism just allowed me to tap into my own understanding of strength and wisdom instead of feeling uncertain.” “{My Preceptor} helps her students build confidence in their knowledge and skills.”
  • Helen Martin Award 2013, List of Nominator and Nominees 1.Carrie Schiff, FNP nominated Kim Honda2. Sarah Dulaney, Geriatric CNS nominated Marilyn Williams3. Mary Patton, Pediatrics, APPN nominated Kim Honda4. Maria Cardenas, FNP nominated Jessica Marques 5. Jana Duncan, OEHN/ANP nominated Elaine Icenhour6. Corinna Michels, FNP nominated Kimberlee Honda7. Gail Vue, AGNP nominated Janet Stanger8. Lewis Fannon, ANP nominated Susan Brennan9. Katherine Whitley, Psych NP nominated Angel Barrios10. Kelly Wong McGrath, OEH-AGNP nominated Rossana Segovia-Bain11. Jennifer Anderson, FNP nominated Hossein Hassani12. Dan McGuire, ACNP nominated Mitchel Erickson13. Cora Polles, ANP nominated Heather West14. David King, OEH-ANP nominated Cliff Flores15. Elizabeth Ren, Psychiatric Nursing nominated Ebony Parker16. Christy Feigenbutz, ANP-OEHN nominated Laura Miller17. Emily Minner, ACPNP nominated Susan Jonas18. Jonathan Van Nuys, ANP-HIV nominated Clarissa Ospina-Norvell19. KortneyParman, FNP nominated Carol Lemmon20. Rebecca Kooistra, FNP nominated Steven Leiner21. Erin Bowman, ANP nominated Anne Hughes22. Leesa Benenhaley, RN, FNP candidate 2014 nominated Laurie Galaty23. Michelle Julaton, Pediatrics nominated Carrie Gordon24. Dorothy Liu, FNP nominated Julie Tse25. Dara Nunn, ACPNP nominated Colette O'Brien 26. Maia Entropo, OEH-ANP nominated Ann Thrailkill27. Maia Entropo, OEH-ANP nominated Mercy Egbujor28. Lindsay Rodgers, ANP nominated Jonathan Lee 29. Jonathan Van Nuys, ANP-HIV nominated Joanna Eveland, MD
  • “{My Preceptor} was consistently enthusiastic about both teaching us and serving patients by providing the best evidence-based care, modeling good relationships with patients and a collaborative patient-centered approach, and a community based holistic model” “{My Preceptor} was warm, welcoming, and good at giving constructive feedback to help us learn and build confidence.” “{My Preceptor} is skilled at finding and creating learning opportunities for students so that the clinical rotation continues to challenge and expand students experience and knowledge. {My Preceptor} has been preceptor to other preceptors and her expertise is widely recognized and respected.” “{My Preceptor} is highly motivated to serve her patients as well as the students that come to learn from {My Preceptor}.” “{My Preceptor} runs a busy clinic and was still always able to answer questions and address concerns.”“{My Preceptor} is an excellent role model and I am glad to have had the opportunity to work with {My Preceptor}.” “{My Preceptor} is amazing.”“{My Preceptor} has great intuition in understanding the student's level.”“{My Preceptor} is very approachable and is always willing to answer questions.”“{My Preceptor} provided excellent experiences, helped me meet all the goals for my program planning course and helped me learn in {My Preceptor} clinic.” “{My Preceptor} gave me experiences was much more than I could have hoped for.” “{My Preceptor} went above and beyond what was expected and was always thoughtful and careful in planning our hours together. “{My Preceptor} made it very clear that she was committed to this preceptor-ship and was eager to teach me and give me all of the experiences she was able. I learned so much through this rotation and found it to be one of the more valuable experiences I have had at UCSF” “{My Preceptor} was an absolutely wonderful. From the preparatory information she provided before the rotation to the way she helped me develop my skills as a student NP. She had excellent rapport with the patients (both the kids and the families) and was really able to guide my clinic experience while also giving me space to develop my own skills and style.”“Working with {My Preceptor} was an experience that reinforced to me the importance and happy surprises in staying open-minded about opportunities that are given to me.” “{My Preceptor} is an exceptional teacher as she provided me with positive criticism along with helpful suggestions for improving/shortening my oral presentations, accurately conducting my physical examinations and often tested my knowledge of various disease processes. Never, did I feel intimidated or humiliated by {My Preceptor}! I always felt supported!”“Despite a very busy clinical schedule, {My Preceptor} always manages to find time for me and makes me feel that I am a priority.”“{My Preceptor} patience is astounding.”As a student, I appreciated the fact that {My Preceptor} always valued my suggestions and encouraged my input.” I am a better nurse for having worked with {My Preceptor}.”“{My Preceptor} is very supportive, knowledgeable, and generous with her time.”“{My Preceptor} spends considerable time discussing clinical issues as they arise and devises thoughtful assignments during clinic to foster the learning experience.” “{My Preceptor} is a credit to the profession and the school and is worthy of recognition.”The experience I had with {My Preceptor} gave me greater confidence in myself.”“{My Preceptor} showed us how to shape our own attitude, caring and personhood into becoming an effective nurse.” “{My Preceptor} can effortlessly and successfully manages a clinic, take care of patients, take care of the staff, and precept a student. She is a role model for patient care in the clinic.”“{My Preceptor} caring way with the patients regardless of time pressures, high standards, and exceptional knowledge are awe inspiring.”“{My Preceptor} was a wonderful, patient, energetic, and understanding preceptor who ensured I had a highly educational and rewarding experience.” “{My Preceptor} provided guidance and positive feedback that allowed me to grow in my role.” “I learned so much from every encounter with {My Preceptor}.”“{My Preceptor} recognized my strengths and talents, allowing me to function independently when appropriate while being available when I need guidance or have questions.” “{My Preceptor} stays later at work to accommodate my learning and never rushed my learning process.” “{My Preceptor} continually challenges us to think critically about clinical issues and to understand why we are doing what we are doing. It is not enough to just go through the motions; we must be able to use logic and reason to arrive at a diagnosis and management plan succinctly and completely.”“{My Preceptor} is an invaluable asset to the School of Nursing.” “Residents and staff light up when they see {My Preceptor}.” When I have told friends and colleagues about my experience learning from {My Preceptor}, I describe her as ""Florence Nightengale-esque"" as she embodies so many of the great qualities of the ultimate nurse leader.” “I learned from both {My Preceptor} research and example that it is critical to learn about patients as people- to know their stories- in order to gain trust and provide dignified end of life care.” “{My Preceptor} positioned herself as a guide, allowing space for me to identify as a practitioner and less as a student. Of course, I never lost sight of being a student, the mechanism just allowed me to tap into my own understanding of strength and wisdom instead of feeling uncertain.” “{My Preceptor} helps her students build confidence in their knowledge and skills.”
  • Helen Martin Award 2013, List of Nominator and Nominees 1.Carrie Schiff, FNP nominated Kim Honda2. Sarah Dulaney, Geriatric CNS nominated Marilyn Williams3. Mary Patton, Pediatrics, APPN nominated Kim Honda4. Maria Cardenas, FNP nominated Jessica Marques 5. Jana Duncan, OEHN/ANP nominated Elaine Icenhour6. Corinna Michels, FNP nominated Kimberlee Honda7. Gail Vue, AGNP nominated Janet Stanger8. Lewis Fannon, ANP nominated Susan Brennan9. Katherine Whitley, Psych NP nominated Angel Barrios10. Kelly Wong McGrath, OEH-AGNP nominated Rossana Segovia-Bain11. Jennifer Anderson, FNP nominated Hossein Hassani12. Dan McGuire, ACNP nominated Mitchel Erickson13. Cora Polles, ANP nominated Heather West14. David King, OEH-ANP nominated Cliff Flores15. Elizabeth Ren, Psychiatric Nursing nominated Ebony Parker16. Christy Feigenbutz, ANP-OEHN nominated Laura Miller17. Emily Minner, ACPNP nominated Susan Jonas18. Jonathan Van Nuys, ANP-HIV nominated Clarissa Ospina-Norvell19. KortneyParman, FNP nominated Carol Lemmon20. Rebecca Kooistra, FNP nominated Steven Leiner21. Erin Bowman, ANP nominated Anne Hughes22. Leesa Benenhaley, RN, FNP candidate 2014 nominated Laurie Galaty23. Michelle Julaton, Pediatrics nominated Carrie Gordon24. Dorothy Liu, FNP nominated Julie Tse25. Dara Nunn, ACPNP nominated Colette O'Brien 26. Maia Entropo, OEH-ANP nominated Ann Thrailkill27. Maia Entropo, OEH-ANP nominated Mercy Egbujor28. Lindsay Rodgers, ANP nominated Jonathan Lee 29. Jonathan Van Nuys, ANP-HIV nominated Joanna Eveland, MD
  • “{My Preceptor} was consistently enthusiastic about both teaching us and serving patients by providing the best evidence-based care, modeling good relationships with patients and a collaborative patient-centered approach, and a community based holistic model” “{My Preceptor} was warm, welcoming, and good at giving constructive feedback to help us learn and build confidence.” “{My Preceptor} is skilled at finding and creating learning opportunities for students so that the clinical rotation continues to challenge and expand students experience and knowledge. {My Preceptor} has been preceptor to other preceptors and her expertise is widely recognized and respected.” “{My Preceptor} is highly motivated to serve her patients as well as the students that come to learn from {My Preceptor}.” “{My Preceptor} runs a busy clinic and was still always able to answer questions and address concerns.”“{My Preceptor} is an excellent role model and I am glad to have had the opportunity to work with {My Preceptor}.” “{My Preceptor} is amazing.”“{My Preceptor} provided excellent experiences, helped me meet all the goals for my program planning course and helped me learn in {My Preceptor} clinic.” “{My Preceptor} gave me experiences was much more than I could have hoped for.” “{My Preceptor} went above and beyond what was expected and was always thoughtful and careful in planning our hours together. “{My Preceptor} made it very clear that she was committed to this preceptor-ship and was eager to teach me and give me all of the experiences she was able. I learned so much through this rotation and found it to be one of the more valuable experiences I have had at UCSF” “{My Preceptor} was an absolutely wonderful. From the preparatory information she provided before the rotation to the way she helped me develop my skills as a student NP. She had excellent rapport with the patients (both the kids and the families) and was really able to guide my clinic experience while also giving me space to develop my own skills and style.”“Working with {My Preceptor} was an experience that reinforced to me the importance and happy surprises in staying open-minded about opportunities that are given to me.” “{My Preceptor} is an exceptional teacher as she provided me with positive criticism along with helpful suggestions for improving/shortening my oral presentations, accurately conducting my physical examinations and often tested my knowledge of various disease processes. Never, did I feel intimidated or humiliated by {My Preceptor}! I always felt supported!”“Despite a very busy clinical schedule, {My Preceptor} always manages to find time for me and makes me feel that I am a priority.”“{My Preceptor} patience is astounding.”As a student, I appreciated the fact that {My Preceptor} always valued my suggestions and encouraged my input.” I am a better nurse for having worked with {My Preceptor}.”“{My Preceptor} is very supportive, knowledgeable, and generous with her time.”“{My Preceptor} spends considerable time discussing clinical issues as they arise and devises thoughtful assignments during clinic to foster the learning experience.” “{My Preceptor} is a credit to the profession and the school and is worthy of recognition.”The experience I had with {My Preceptor} gave me greater confidence in myself.”“{My Preceptor} showed us how to shape our own attitude, caring and personhood into becoming an effective nurse.” “{My Preceptor} can effortlessly and successfully manages a clinic, take care of patients, take care of the staff, and precept a student. She is a role model for patient care in the clinic.”“{My Preceptor} caring way with the patients regardless of time pressures, high standards, and exceptional knowledge are awe inspiring.”“{My Preceptor} was a wonderful, patient, energetic, and understanding preceptor who ensured I had a highly educational and rewarding experience.” “{My Preceptor} provided guidance and positive feedback that allowed me to grow in my role.” “I learned so much from every encounter with {My Preceptor}.”“{My Preceptor} recognized my strengths and talents, allowing me to function independently when appropriate while being available when I need guidance or have questions.” “{My Preceptor} stays later at work to accommodate my learning and never rushed my learning process.” “{My Preceptor} continually challenges us to think critically about clinical issues and to understand why we are doing what we are doing. It is not enough to just go through the motions; we must be able to use logic and reason to arrive at a diagnosis and management plan succinctly and completely.”“{My Preceptor} is an invaluable asset to the School of Nursing.” “Residents and staff light up when they see {My Preceptor}.” When I have told friends and colleagues about my experience learning from {My Preceptor}, I describe her as ""Florence Nightengale-esque"" as she embodies so many of the great qualities of the ultimate nurse leader.” “I learned from both {My Preceptor} research and example that it is critical to learn about patients as people- to know their stories- in order to gain trust and provide dignified end of life care.” “{My Preceptor} positioned herself as a guide, allowing space for me to identify as a practitioner and less as a student. Of course, I never lost sight of being a student, the mechanism just allowed me to tap into my own understanding of strength and wisdom instead of feeling uncertain.” “{My Preceptor} helps her students build confidence in their knowledge and skills.”
  • Helen Martin Award 2013, List of Nominator and Nominees 1.Carrie Schiff, FNP nominated Kim Honda2. Sarah Dulaney, Geriatric CNS nominated Marilyn Williams3. Mary Patton, Pediatrics, APPN nominated Kim Honda4. Maria Cardenas, FNP nominated Jessica Marques 5. Jana Duncan, OEHN/ANP nominated Elaine Icenhour6. Corinna Michels, FNP nominated Kimberlee Honda7. Gail Vue, AGNP nominated Janet Stanger8. Lewis Fannon, ANP nominated Susan Brennan9. Katherine Whitley, Psych NP nominated Angel Barrios10. Kelly Wong McGrath, OEH-AGNP nominated Rossana Segovia-Bain11. Jennifer Anderson, FNP nominated Hossein Hassani12. Dan McGuire, ACNP nominated Mitchel Erickson13. Cora Polles, ANP nominated Heather West14. David King, OEH-ANP nominated Cliff Flores15. Elizabeth Ren, Psychiatric Nursing nominated Ebony Parker16. Christy Feigenbutz, ANP-OEHN nominated Laura Miller17. Emily Minner, ACPNP nominated Susan Jonas18. Jonathan Van Nuys, ANP-HIV nominated Clarissa Ospina-Norvell19. KortneyParman, FNP nominated Carol Lemmon20. Rebecca Kooistra, FNP nominated Steven Leiner21. Erin Bowman, ANP nominated Anne Hughes22. Leesa Benenhaley, RN, FNP candidate 2014 nominated Laurie Galaty23. Michelle Julaton, Pediatrics nominated Carrie Gordon24. Dorothy Liu, FNP nominated Julie Tse25. Dara Nunn, ACPNP nominated Colette O'Brien 26. Maia Entropo, OEH-ANP nominated Ann Thrailkill27. Maia Entropo, OEH-ANP nominated Mercy Egbujor28. Lindsay Rodgers, ANP nominated Jonathan Lee 29. Jonathan Van Nuys, ANP-HIV nominated Joanna Eveland, MD
  • “{My Preceptor} was consistently enthusiastic about both teaching us and serving patients by providing the best evidence-based care, modeling good relationships with patients and a collaborative patient-centered approach, and a community based holistic model” “{My Preceptor} was warm, welcoming, and good at giving constructive feedback to help us learn and build confidence.” “{My Preceptor} is skilled at finding and creating learning opportunities for students so that the clinical rotation continues to challenge and expand students experience and knowledge. {My Preceptor} has been preceptor to other preceptors and her expertise is widely recognized and respected.” “{My Preceptor} is highly motivated to serve her patients as well as the students that come to learn from {My Preceptor}.” “{My Preceptor} runs a busy clinic and was still always able to answer questions and address concerns.”“{My Preceptor} is an excellent role model and I am glad to have had the opportunity to work with {My Preceptor}.” “{My Preceptor} is amazing.”“{My Preceptor} provided excellent experiences, helped me meet all the goals for my program planning course and helped me learn in {My Preceptor} clinic.” “{My Preceptor} gave me experiences was much more than I could have hoped for.” “{My Preceptor} went above and beyond what was expected and was always thoughtful and careful in planning our hours together. “{My Preceptor} made it very clear that she was committed to this preceptor-ship and was eager to teach me and give me all of the experiences she was able. I learned so much through this rotation and found it to be one of the more valuable experiences I have had at UCSF” “{My Preceptor} was an absolutely wonderful. From the preparatory information she provided before the rotation to the way she helped me develop my skills as a student NP. She had excellent rapport with the patients (both the kids and the families) and was really able to guide my clinic experience while also giving me space to develop my own skills and style.”“Working with {My Preceptor} was an experience that reinforced to me the importance and happy surprises in staying open-minded about opportunities that are given to me.” “{My Preceptor} is an exceptional teacher as she provided me with positive criticism along with helpful suggestions for improving/shortening my oral presentations, accurately conducting my physical examinations and often tested my knowledge of various disease processes. Never, did I feel intimidated or humiliated by {My Preceptor}! I always felt supported!”“Despite a very busy clinical schedule, {My Preceptor} always manages to find time for me and makes me feel that I am a priority.”“{My Preceptor} patience is astounding.”As a student, I appreciated the fact that {My Preceptor} always valued my suggestions and encouraged my input.” I am a better nurse for having worked with {My Preceptor}.”“{My Preceptor} is very supportive, knowledgeable, and generous with her time.”“{My Preceptor} spends considerable time discussing clinical issues as they arise and devises thoughtful assignments during clinic to foster the learning experience.” “{My Preceptor} is a credit to the profession and the school and is worthy of recognition.”The experience I had with {My Preceptor} gave me greater confidence in myself.”“{My Preceptor} showed us how to shape our own attitude, caring and personhood into becoming an effective nurse.” “{My Preceptor} can effortlessly and successfully manages a clinic, take care of patients, take care of the staff, and precept a student. She is a role model for patient care in the clinic.”“{My Preceptor} caring way with the patients regardless of time pressures, high standards, and exceptional knowledge are awe inspiring.”“{My Preceptor} was a wonderful, patient, energetic, and understanding preceptor who ensured I had a highly educational and rewarding experience.” “{My Preceptor} provided guidance and positive feedback that allowed me to grow in my role.” “I learned so much from every encounter with {My Preceptor}.”“{My Preceptor} recognized my strengths and talents, allowing me to function independently when appropriate while being available when I need guidance or have questions.” “{My Preceptor} stays later at work to accommodate my learning and never rushed my learning process.” “{My Preceptor} continually challenges us to think critically about clinical issues and to understand why we are doing what we are doing. It is not enough to just go through the motions; we must be able to use logic and reason to arrive at a diagnosis and management plan succinctly and completely.”“{My Preceptor} is an invaluable asset to the School of Nursing.” “Residents and staff light up when they see {My Preceptor}.” When I have told friends and colleagues about my experience learning from {My Preceptor}, I describe her as ""Florence Nightengale-esque"" as she embodies so many of the great qualities of the ultimate nurse leader.” “I learned from both {My Preceptor} research and example that it is critical to learn about patients as people- to know their stories- in order to gain trust and provide dignified end of life care.” “{My Preceptor} positioned herself as a guide, allowing space for me to identify as a practitioner and less as a student. Of course, I never lost sight of being a student, the mechanism just allowed me to tap into my own understanding of strength and wisdom instead of feeling uncertain.” “{My Preceptor} helps her students build confidence in their knowledge and skills.”
  • Helen Martin Award 2013, List of Nominator and Nominees 1.Carrie Schiff, FNP nominated Kim Honda2. Sarah Dulaney, Geriatric CNS nominated Marilyn Williams3. Mary Patton, Pediatrics, APPN nominated Kim Honda4. Maria Cardenas, FNP nominated Jessica Marques 5. Jana Duncan, OEHN/ANP nominated Elaine Icenhour6. Corinna Michels, FNP nominated Kimberlee Honda7. Gail Vue, AGNP nominated Janet Stanger8. Lewis Fannon, ANP nominated Susan Brennan9. Katherine Whitley, Psych NP nominated Angel Barrios10. Kelly Wong McGrath, OEH-AGNP nominated Rossana Segovia-Bain11. Jennifer Anderson, FNP nominated Hossein Hassani12. Dan McGuire, ACNP nominated Mitchel Erickson13. Cora Polles, ANP nominated Heather West14. David King, OEH-ANP nominated Cliff Flores15. Elizabeth Ren, Psychiatric Nursing nominated Ebony Parker16. Christy Feigenbutz, ANP-OEHN nominated Laura Miller17. Emily Minner, ACPNP nominated Susan Jonas18. Jonathan Van Nuys, ANP-HIV nominated Clarissa Ospina-Norvell19. KortneyParman, FNP nominated Carol Lemmon20. Rebecca Kooistra, FNP nominated Steven Leiner21. Erin Bowman, ANP nominated Anne Hughes22. Leesa Benenhaley, RN, FNP candidate 2014 nominated Laurie Galaty23. Michelle Julaton, Pediatrics nominated Carrie Gordon24. Dorothy Liu, FNP nominated Julie Tse25. Dara Nunn, ACPNP nominated Colette O'Brien 26. Maia Entropo, OEH-ANP nominated Ann Thrailkill27. Maia Entropo, OEH-ANP nominated Mercy Egbujor28. Lindsay Rodgers, ANP nominated Jonathan Lee 29. Jonathan Van Nuys, ANP-HIV nominated Joanna Eveland, MD
  • “{My Preceptor} was consistently enthusiastic about both teaching us and serving patients by providing the best evidence-based care, modeling good relationships with patients and a collaborative patient-centered approach, and a community based holistic model” “{My Preceptor} was warm, welcoming, and good at giving constructive feedback to help us learn and build confidence.” “{My Preceptor} is skilled at finding and creating learning opportunities for students so that the clinical rotation continues to challenge and expand students experience and knowledge. {My Preceptor} has been preceptor to other preceptors and her expertise is widely recognized and respected.” “{My Preceptor} is highly motivated to serve her patients as well as the students that come to learn from {My Preceptor}.” “{My Preceptor} runs a busy clinic and was still always able to answer questions and address concerns.”“{My Preceptor} is an excellent role model and I am glad to have had the opportunity to work with {My Preceptor}.” “{My Preceptor} is amazing.”“{My Preceptor} provided excellent experiences, helped me meet all the goals for my program planning course and helped me learn in {My Preceptor} clinic.” “{My Preceptor} gave me experiences was much more than I could have hoped for.” “{My Preceptor} went above and beyond what was expected and was always thoughtful and careful in planning our hours together. “{My Preceptor} made it very clear that she was committed to this preceptor-ship and was eager to teach me and give me all of the experiences she was able. I learned so much through this rotation and found it to be one of the more valuable experiences I have had at UCSF” “{My Preceptor} was an absolutely wonderful. From the preparatory information she provided before the rotation to the way she helped me develop my skills as a student NP. She had excellent rapport with the patients (both the kids and the families) and was really able to guide my clinic experience while also giving me space to develop my own skills and style.”“Working with {My Preceptor} was an experience that reinforced to me the importance and happy surprises in staying open-minded about opportunities that are given to me.” “{My Preceptor} is an exceptional teacher as she provided me with positive criticism along with helpful suggestions for improving/shortening my oral presentations, accurately conducting my physical examinations and often tested my knowledge of various disease processes. Never, did I feel intimidated or humiliated by {My Preceptor}! I always felt supported!”“Despite a very busy clinical schedule, {My Preceptor} always manages to find time for me and makes me feel that I am a priority.”“{My Preceptor} patience is astounding.”As a student, I appreciated the fact that {My Preceptor} always valued my suggestions and encouraged my input.” I am a better nurse for having worked with {My Preceptor}.”“{My Preceptor} is very supportive, knowledgeable, and generous with her time.”“{My Preceptor} spends considerable time discussing clinical issues as they arise and devises thoughtful assignments during clinic to foster the learning experience.” “{My Preceptor} is a credit to the profession and the school and is worthy of recognition.”The experience I had with {My Preceptor} gave me greater confidence in myself.”“{My Preceptor} showed us how to shape our own attitude, caring and personhood into becoming an effective nurse.” “{My Preceptor} can effortlessly and successfully manages a clinic, take care of patients, take care of the staff, and precept a student. She is a role model for patient care in the clinic.”“{My Preceptor} caring way with the patients regardless of time pressures, high standards, and exceptional knowledge are awe inspiring.”“{My Preceptor} was a wonderful, patient, energetic, and understanding preceptor who ensured I had a highly educational and rewarding experience.” “{My Preceptor} provided guidance and positive feedback that allowed me to grow in my role.” “I learned so much from every encounter with {My Preceptor}.”“{My Preceptor} recognized my strengths and talents, allowing me to function independently when appropriate while being available when I need guidance or have questions.” “{My Preceptor} stays later at work to accommodate my learning and never rushed my learning process.” “{My Preceptor} continually challenges us to think critically about clinical issues and to understand why we are doing what we are doing. It is not enough to just go through the motions; we must be able to use logic and reason to arrive at a diagnosis and management plan succinctly and completely.”“{My Preceptor} is an invaluable asset to the School of Nursing.” “Residents and staff light up when they see {My Preceptor}.” When I have told friends and colleagues about my experience learning from {My Preceptor}, I describe her as ""Florence Nightengale-esque"" as she embodies so many of the great qualities of the ultimate nurse leader.” “I learned from both {My Preceptor} research and example that it is critical to learn about patients as people- to know their stories- in order to gain trust and provide dignified end of life care.” “{My Preceptor} positioned herself as a guide, allowing space for me to identify as a practitioner and less as a student. Of course, I never lost sight of being a student, the mechanism just allowed me to tap into my own understanding of strength and wisdom instead of feeling uncertain.” “{My Preceptor} helps her students build confidence in their knowledge and skills.”
  • Helen Martin Award 2013, List of Nominator and Nominees 1.Carrie Schiff, FNP nominated Kim Honda2. Sarah Dulaney, Geriatric CNS nominated Marilyn Williams3. Mary Patton, Pediatrics, APPN nominated Kim Honda4. Maria Cardenas, FNP nominated Jessica Marques 5. Jana Duncan, OEHN/ANP nominated Elaine Icenhour6. Corinna Michels, FNP nominated Kimberlee Honda7. Gail Vue, AGNP nominated Janet Stanger8. Lewis Fannon, ANP nominated Susan Brennan9. Katherine Whitley, Psych NP nominated Angel Barrios10. Kelly Wong McGrath, OEH-AGNP nominated Rossana Segovia-Bain11. Jennifer Anderson, FNP nominated Hossein Hassani12. Dan McGuire, ACNP nominated Mitchel Erickson13. Cora Polles, ANP nominated Heather West14. David King, OEH-ANP nominated Cliff Flores15. Elizabeth Ren, Psychiatric Nursing nominated Ebony Parker16. Christy Feigenbutz, ANP-OEHN nominated Laura Miller17. Emily Minner, ACPNP nominated Susan Jonas18. Jonathan Van Nuys, ANP-HIV nominated Clarissa Ospina-Norvell19. KortneyParman, FNP nominated Carol Lemmon20. Rebecca Kooistra, FNP nominated Steven Leiner21. Erin Bowman, ANP nominated Anne Hughes22. Leesa Benenhaley, RN, FNP candidate 2014 nominated Laurie Galaty23. Michelle Julaton, Pediatrics nominated Carrie Gordon24. Dorothy Liu, FNP nominated Julie Tse25. Dara Nunn, ACPNP nominated Colette O'Brien 26. Maia Entropo, OEH-ANP nominated Ann Thrailkill27. Maia Entropo, OEH-ANP nominated Mercy Egbujor28. Lindsay Rodgers, ANP nominated Jonathan Lee 29. Jonathan Van Nuys, ANP-HIV nominated Joanna Eveland, MD
  • “{My Preceptor} was consistently enthusiastic about both teaching us and serving patients by providing the best evidence-based care, modeling good relationships with patients and a collaborative patient-centered approach, and a community based holistic model” “{My Preceptor} was warm, welcoming, and good at giving constructive feedback to help us learn and build confidence.” “{My Preceptor} is skilled at finding and creating learning opportunities for students so that the clinical rotation continues to challenge and expand students experience and knowledge. {My Preceptor} has been preceptor to other preceptors and her expertise is widely recognized and respected.” “{My Preceptor} is highly motivated to serve her patients as well as the students that come to learn from {My Preceptor}.” “{My Preceptor} runs a busy clinic and was still always able to answer questions and address concerns.”“{My Preceptor} is an excellent role model and I am glad to have had the opportunity to work with {My Preceptor}.” “{My Preceptor} has great intuition in understanding the student's level.”“{My Preceptor} is very approachable and is always willing to answer questions.”“{My Preceptor} provided excellent experiences, helped me meet all the goals for my program planning course and helped me learn in {My Preceptor} clinic.” “{My Preceptor} gave me experiences was much more than I could have hoped for.” “{My Preceptor} went above and beyond what was expected and was always thoughtful and careful in planning our hours together. “{My Preceptor} was an absolutely wonderful. From the preparatory information she provided before the rotation to the way she helped me develop my skills as a student NP. She had excellent rapport with the patients (both the kids and the families) and was really able to guide my clinic experience while also giving me space to develop my own skills and style.”“Working with {My Preceptor} was an experience that reinforced to me the importance and happy surprises in staying open-minded about opportunities that are given to me.” “{My Preceptor} is an exceptional teacher as she provided me with positive criticism along with helpful suggestions for improving/shortening my oral presentations, accurately conducting my physical examinations and often tested my knowledge of various disease processes. Never, did I feel intimidated or humiliated by {My Preceptor}! I always felt supported!”“Despite a very busy clinical schedule, {My Preceptor} always manages to find time for me and makes me feel that I am a priority.”“{My Preceptor} patience is astounding.”As a student, I appreciated the fact that {My Preceptor} always valued my suggestions and encouraged my input.” “{My Preceptor} is very supportive, knowledgeable, and generous with her time.”“{My Preceptor} spends considerable time discussing clinical issues as they arise and devises thoughtful assignments during clinic to foster the learning experience.” “{My Preceptor} is a credit to the profession and the school and is worthy of recognition.”The experience I had with {My Preceptor} gave me greater confidence in myself.”“{My Preceptor} showed us how to shape our own attitude, caring and personhood into becoming an effective nurse.” “{My Preceptor} can effortlessly and successfully manages a clinic, take care of patients, take care of the staff, and precept a student. She is a role model for patient care in the clinic.”“{My Preceptor} caring way with the patients regardless of time pressures, high standards, and exceptional knowledge are awe inspiring.”“{My Preceptor} was a wonderful, patient, energetic, and understanding preceptor who ensured I had a highly educational and rewarding experience.” “{My Preceptor} provided guidance and positive feedback that allowed me to grow in my role.” “I learned so much from every encounter with {My Preceptor}.”“{My Preceptor} recognized my strengths and talents, allowing me to function independently when appropriate while being available when I need guidance or have questions.” “{My Preceptor} stays later at work to accommodate my learning and never rushed my learning process.” “{My Preceptor} continually challenges us to think critically about clinical issues and to understand why we are doing what we are doing. It is not enough to just go through the motions; we must be able to use logic and reason to arrive at a diagnosis and management plan succinctly and completely.”“{My Preceptor} is an invaluable asset to the School of Nursing.” “Residents and staff light up when they see {My Preceptor}.” When I have told friends and colleagues about my experience learning from {My Preceptor}, I describe her as ""Florence Nightengale-esque"" as she embodies so many of the great qualities of the ultimate nurse leader.” “I learned from both {My Preceptor} research and example that it is critical to learn about patients as people- to know their stories- in order to gain trust and provide dignified end of life care.” “{My Preceptor} positioned herself as a guide, allowing space for me to identify as a practitioner and less as a student. Of course, I never lost sight of being a student, the mechanism just allowed me to tap into my own understanding of strength and wisdom instead of feeling uncertain.” “{My Preceptor} helps her students build confidence in their knowledge and skills.”
  • Helen Martin Award 2013, List of Nominator and Nominees 1.Carrie Schiff, FNP nominated Kim Honda2. Sarah Dulaney, Geriatric CNS nominated Marilyn Williams3. Mary Patton, Pediatrics, APPN nominated Kim Honda4. Maria Cardenas, FNP nominated Jessica Marques 5. Jana Duncan, OEHN/ANP nominated Elaine Icenhour6. Corinna Michels, FNP nominated Kimberlee Honda7. Gail Vue, AGNP nominated Janet Stanger8. Lewis Fannon, ANP nominated Susan Brennan9. Katherine Whitley, Psych NP nominated Angel Barrios10. Kelly Wong McGrath, OEH-AGNP nominated Rossana Segovia-Bain11. Jennifer Anderson, FNP nominated Hossein Hassani12. Dan McGuire, ACNP nominated Mitchel Erickson13. Cora Polles, ANP nominated Heather West14. David King, OEH-ANP nominated Cliff Flores15. Elizabeth Ren, Psychiatric Nursing nominated Ebony Parker16. Christy Feigenbutz, ANP-OEHN nominated Laura Miller17. Emily Minner, ACPNP nominated Susan Jonas18. Jonathan Van Nuys, ANP-HIV nominated Clarissa Ospina-Norvell19. KortneyParman, FNP nominated Carol Lemmon20. Rebecca Kooistra, FNP nominated Steven Leiner21. Erin Bowman, ANP nominated Anne Hughes22. Leesa Benenhaley, RN, FNP candidate 2014 nominated Laurie Galaty23. Michelle Julaton, Pediatrics nominated Carrie Gordon24. Dorothy Liu, FNP nominated Julie Tse25. Dara Nunn, ACPNP nominated Colette O'Brien 26. Maia Entropo, OEH-ANP nominated Ann Thrailkill27. Maia Entropo, OEH-ANP nominated Mercy Egbujor28. Lindsay Rodgers, ANP nominated Jonathan Lee 29. Jonathan Van Nuys, ANP-HIV nominated Joanna Eveland, MD
  • “{My Preceptor} was consistently enthusiastic about both teaching us and serving patients by providing the best evidence-based care, modeling good relationships with patients and a collaborative patient-centered approach, and a community based holistic model” “{My Preceptor} was warm, welcoming, and good at giving constructive feedback to help us learn and build confidence.” “{My Preceptor} is skilled at finding and creating learning opportunities for students so that the clinical rotation continues to challenge and expand students experience and knowledge. {My Preceptor} has been preceptor to other preceptors and her expertise is widely recognized and respected.” “{My Preceptor} is highly motivated to serve her patients as well as the students that come to learn from {My Preceptor}.” “{My Preceptor} runs a busy clinic and was still always able to answer questions and address concerns.”“{My Preceptor} is an excellent role model and I am glad to have had the opportunity to work with {My Preceptor}.” “{My Preceptor} has great intuition in understanding the student's level.”“{My Preceptor} is very approachable and is always willing to answer questions.”“{My Preceptor} provided excellent experiences, helped me meet all the goals for my program planning course and helped me learn in {My Preceptor} clinic.” “{My Preceptor} gave me experiences was much more than I could have hoped for.” “{My Preceptor} went above and beyond what was expected and was always thoughtful and careful in planning our hours together. “{My Preceptor} was an absolutely wonderful. From the preparatory information she provided before the rotation to the way she helped me develop my skills as a student NP. She had excellent rapport with the patients (both the kids and the families) and was really able to guide my clinic experience while also giving me space to develop my own skills and style.”“Working with {My Preceptor} was an experience that reinforced to me the importance and happy surprises in staying open-minded about opportunities that are given to me.” “{My Preceptor} is an exceptional teacher as she provided me with positive criticism along with helpful suggestions for improving/shortening my oral presentations, accurately conducting my physical examinations and often tested my knowledge of various disease processes. Never, did I feel intimidated or humiliated by {My Preceptor}! I always felt supported!”“Despite a very busy clinical schedule, {My Preceptor} always manages to find time for me and makes me feel that I am a priority.”“{My Preceptor} patience is astounding.”As a student, I appreciated the fact that {My Preceptor} always valued my suggestions and encouraged my input.” “{My Preceptor} is very supportive, knowledgeable, and generous with her time.”“{My Preceptor} spends considerable time discussing clinical issues as they arise and devises thoughtful assignments during clinic to foster the learning experience.” “{My Preceptor} is a credit to the profession and the school and is worthy of recognition.”The experience I had with {My Preceptor} gave me greater confidence in myself.”“{My Preceptor} showed us how to shape our own attitude, caring and personhood into becoming an effective nurse.” “{My Preceptor} can effortlessly and successfully manages a clinic, take care of patients, take care of the staff, and precept a student. She is a role model for patient care in the clinic.”“{My Preceptor} caring way with the patients regardless of time pressures, high standards, and exceptional knowledge are awe inspiring.”“{My Preceptor} was a wonderful, patient, energetic, and understanding preceptor who ensured I had a highly educational and rewarding experience.” “{My Preceptor} provided guidance and positive feedback that allowed me to grow in my role.” “I learned so much from every encounter with {My Preceptor}.”“{My Preceptor} recognized my strengths and talents, allowing me to function independently when appropriate while being available when I need guidance or have questions.” “{My Preceptor} stays later at work to accommodate my learning and never rushed my learning process.” “{My Preceptor} continually challenges us to think critically about clinical issues and to understand why we are doing what we are doing. It is not enough to just go through the motions; we must be able to use logic and reason to arrive at a diagnosis and management plan succinctly and completely.”“{My Preceptor} is an invaluable asset to the School of Nursing.” “Residents and staff light up when they see {My Preceptor}.” When I have told friends and colleagues about my experience learning from {My Preceptor}, I describe her as ""Florence Nightengale-esque"" as she embodies so many of the great qualities of the ultimate nurse leader.” “I learned from both {My Preceptor} research and example that it is critical to learn about patients as people- to know their stories- in order to gain trust and provide dignified end of life care.” “{My Preceptor} positioned herself as a guide, allowing space for me to identify as a practitioner and less as a student. Of course, I never lost sight of being a student, the mechanism just allowed me to tap into my own understanding of strength and wisdom instead of feeling uncertain.” “{My Preceptor} helps her students build confidence in their knowledge and skills.”
  • Helen Martin Award 2013, List of Nominator and Nominees 1.Carrie Schiff, FNP nominated Kim Honda2. Sarah Dulaney, Geriatric CNS nominated Marilyn Williams3. Mary Patton, Pediatrics, APPN nominated Kim Honda4. Maria Cardenas, FNP nominated Jessica Marques 5. Jana Duncan, OEHN/ANP nominated Elaine Icenhour6. Corinna Michels, FNP nominated Kimberlee Honda7. Gail Vue, AGNP nominated Janet Stanger8. Lewis Fannon, ANP nominated Susan Brennan9. Katherine Whitley, Psych NP nominated Angel Barrios10. Kelly Wong McGrath, OEH-AGNP nominated Rossana Segovia-Bain11. Jennifer Anderson, FNP nominated Hossein Hassani12. Dan McGuire, ACNP nominated Mitchel Erickson13. Cora Polles, ANP nominated Heather West14. David King, OEH-ANP nominated Cliff Flores15. Elizabeth Ren, Psychiatric Nursing nominated Ebony Parker16. Christy Feigenbutz, ANP-OEHN nominated Laura Miller17. Emily Minner, ACPNP nominated Susan Jonas18. Jonathan Van Nuys, ANP-HIV nominated Clarissa Ospina-Norvell19. KortneyParman, FNP nominated Carol Lemmon20. Rebecca Kooistra, FNP nominated Steven Leiner21. Erin Bowman, ANP nominated Anne Hughes22. Leesa Benenhaley, RN, FNP candidate 2014 nominated Laurie Galaty23. Michelle Julaton, Pediatrics nominated Carrie Gordon24. Dorothy Liu, FNP nominated Julie Tse25. Dara Nunn, ACPNP nominated Colette O'Brien 26. Maia Entropo, OEH-ANP nominated Ann Thrailkill27. Maia Entropo, OEH-ANP nominated Mercy Egbujor28. Lindsay Rodgers, ANP nominated Jonathan Lee 29. Jonathan Van Nuys, ANP-HIV nominated Joanna Eveland, MD
  • “{My Preceptor} was consistently enthusiastic about both teaching us and serving patients by providing the best evidence-based care, modeling good relationships with patients and a collaborative patient-centered approach, and a community based holistic model” “{My Preceptor} was warm, welcoming, and good at giving constructive feedback to help us learn and build confidence.” “{My Preceptor} is skilled at finding and creating learning opportunities for students so that the clinical rotation continues to challenge and expand students experience and knowledge. {My Preceptor} has been preceptor to other preceptors and her expertise is widely recognized and respected.” “{My Preceptor} is highly motivated to serve her patients as well as the students that come to learn from {My Preceptor}.” “{My Preceptor} runs a busy clinic and was still always able to answer questions and address concerns.”“{My Preceptor} is an excellent role model and I am glad to have had the opportunity to work with {My Preceptor}.” “{My Preceptor} has great intuition in understanding the student's level.”“{My Preceptor} is very approachable and is always willing to answer questions.”“{My Preceptor} provided excellent experiences, helped me meet all the goals for my program planning course and helped me learn in {My Preceptor} clinic.” “{My Preceptor} gave me experiences was much more than I could have hoped for.” “{My Preceptor} went above and beyond what was expected and was always thoughtful and careful in planning our hours together. “{My Preceptor} was an absolutely wonderful. From the preparatory information she provided before the rotation to the way she helped me develop my skills as a student NP. She had excellent rapport with the patients (both the kids and the families) and was really able to guide my clinic experience while also giving me space to develop my own skills and style.”“Working with {My Preceptor} was an experience that reinforced to me the importance and happy surprises in staying open-minded about opportunities that are given to me.” “{My Preceptor} is an exceptional teacher as she provided me with positive criticism along with helpful suggestions for improving/shortening my oral presentations, accurately conducting my physical examinations and often tested my knowledge of various disease processes. Never, did I feel intimidated or humiliated by {My Preceptor}! I always felt supported!”“Despite a very busy clinical schedule, {My Preceptor} always manages to find time for me and makes me feel that I am a priority.”“{My Preceptor} patience is astounding.”As a student, I appreciated the fact that {My Preceptor} always valued my suggestions and encouraged my input.” “{My Preceptor} is very supportive, knowledgeable, and generous with her time.”“{My Preceptor} spends considerable time discussing clinical issues as they arise and devises thoughtful assignments during clinic to foster the learning experience.” “{My Preceptor} is a credit to the profession and the school and is worthy of recognition.”The experience I had with {My Preceptor} gave me greater confidence in myself.”“{My Preceptor} showed us how to shape our own attitude, caring and personhood into becoming an effective nurse.” “{My Preceptor} can effortlessly and successfully manages a clinic, take care of patients, take care of the staff, and precept a student. She is a role model for patient care in the clinic.”“{My Preceptor} caring way with the patients regardless of time pressures, high standards, and exceptional knowledge are awe inspiring.”“{My Preceptor} was a wonderful, patient, energetic, and understanding preceptor who ensured I had a highly educational and rewarding experience.” “{My Preceptor} provided guidance and positive feedback that allowed me to grow in my role.” “I learned so much from every encounter with {My Preceptor}.”“{My Preceptor} recognized my strengths and talents, allowing me to function independently when appropriate while being available when I need guidance or have questions.” “{My Preceptor} stays later at work to accommodate my learning and never rushed my learning process.” “{My Preceptor} continually challenges us to think critically about clinical issues and to understand why we are doing what we are doing. It is not enough to just go through the motions; we must be able to use logic and reason to arrive at a diagnosis and management plan succinctly and completely.”“{My Preceptor} is an invaluable asset to the School of Nursing.” “Residents and staff light up when they see {My Preceptor}.” When I have told friends and colleagues about my experience learning from {My Preceptor}, I describe her as ""Florence Nightengale-esque"" as she embodies so many of the great qualities of the ultimate nurse leader.” “I learned from both {My Preceptor} research and example that it is critical to learn about patients as people- to know their stories- in order to gain trust and provide dignified end of life care.” “{My Preceptor} positioned herself as a guide, allowing space for me to identify as a practitioner and less as a student. Of course, I never lost sight of being a student, the mechanism just allowed me to tap into my own understanding of strength and wisdom instead of feeling uncertain.” “{My Preceptor} helps her students build confidence in their knowledge and skills.”
  • Helen Martin Award 2013, List of Nominator and Nominees 1.Carrie Schiff, FNP nominated Kim Honda2. Sarah Dulaney, Geriatric CNS nominated Marilyn Williams3. Mary Patton, Pediatrics, APPN nominated Kim Honda4. Maria Cardenas, FNP nominated Jessica Marques 5. Jana Duncan, OEHN/ANP nominated Elaine Icenhour6. Corinna Michels, FNP nominated Kimberlee Honda7. Gail Vue, AGNP nominated Janet Stanger8. Lewis Fannon, ANP nominated Susan Brennan9. Katherine Whitley, Psych NP nominated Angel Barrios10. Kelly Wong McGrath, OEH-AGNP nominated Rossana Segovia-Bain11. Jennifer Anderson, FNP nominated Hossein Hassani12. Dan McGuire, ACNP nominated Mitchel Erickson13. Cora Polles, ANP nominated Heather West14. David King, OEH-ANP nominated Cliff Flores15. Elizabeth Ren, Psychiatric Nursing nominated Ebony Parker16. Christy Feigenbutz, ANP-OEHN nominated Laura Miller17. Emily Minner, ACPNP nominated Susan Jonas18. Jonathan Van Nuys, ANP-HIV nominated Clarissa Ospina-Norvell19. KortneyParman, FNP nominated Carol Lemmon20. Rebecca Kooistra, FNP nominated Steven Leiner21. Erin Bowman, ANP nominated Anne Hughes22. Leesa Benenhaley, RN, FNP candidate 2014 nominated Laurie Galaty23. Michelle Julaton, Pediatrics nominated Carrie Gordon24. Dorothy Liu, FNP nominated Julie Tse25. Dara Nunn, ACPNP nominated Colette O'Brien 26. Maia Entropo, OEH-ANP nominated Ann Thrailkill27. Maia Entropo, OEH-ANP nominated Mercy Egbujor28. Lindsay Rodgers, ANP nominated Jonathan Lee 29. Jonathan Van Nuys, ANP-HIV nominated Joanna Eveland, MD
  • “{My Preceptor} was consistently enthusiastic about both teaching us and serving patients by providing the best evidence-based care, modeling good relationships with patients and a collaborative patient-centered approach, and a community based holistic model” “{My Preceptor} was warm, welcoming, and good at giving constructive feedback to help us learn and build confidence.” “{My Preceptor} is skilled at finding and creating learning opportunities for students so that the clinical rotation continues to challenge and expand students experience and knowledge. {My Preceptor} has been preceptor to other preceptors and her expertise is widely recognized and respected.” “{My Preceptor} is highly motivated to serve her patients as well as the students that come to learn from {My Preceptor}.” “{My Preceptor} runs a busy clinic and was still always able to answer questions and address concerns.”“{My Preceptor} is an excellent role model and I am glad to have had the opportunity to work with {My Preceptor}.” “{My Preceptor} has great intuition in understanding the student's level.”“{My Preceptor} is very approachable and is always willing to answer questions.”“{My Preceptor} provided excellent experiences, helped me meet all the goals for my program planning course and helped me learn in {My Preceptor} clinic.” “{My Preceptor} gave me experiences was much more than I could have hoped for.” “{My Preceptor} went above and beyond what was expected and was always thoughtful and careful in planning our hours together. “{My Preceptor} was an absolutely wonderful. From the preparatory information she provided before the rotation to the way she helped me develop my skills as a student NP. She had excellent rapport with the patients (both the kids and the families) and was really able to guide my clinic experience while also giving me space to develop my own skills and style.”“Working with {My Preceptor} was an experience that reinforced to me the importance and happy surprises in staying open-minded about opportunities that are given to me.” “{My Preceptor} is an exceptional teacher as she provided me with positive criticism along with helpful suggestions for improving/shortening my oral presentations, accurately conducting my physical examinations and often tested my knowledge of various disease processes. Never, did I feel intimidated or humiliated by {My Preceptor}! I always felt supported!”“Despite a very busy clinical schedule, {My Preceptor} always manages to find time for me and makes me feel that I am a priority.”“{My Preceptor} patience is astounding.”As a student, I appreciated the fact that {My Preceptor} always valued my suggestions and encouraged my input.” “{My Preceptor} is very supportive, knowledgeable, and generous with her time.”“{My Preceptor} spends considerable time discussing clinical issues as they arise and devises thoughtful assignments during clinic to foster the learning experience.” “{My Preceptor} is a credit to the profession and the school and is worthy of recognition.”The experience I had with {My Preceptor} gave me greater confidence in myself.”“{My Preceptor} showed us how to shape our own attitude, caring and personhood into becoming an effective nurse.” “{My Preceptor} can effortlessly and successfully manages a clinic, take care of patients, take care of the staff, and precept a student. She is a role model for patient care in the clinic.”“{My Preceptor} caring way with the patients regardless of time pressures, high standards, and exceptional knowledge are awe inspiring.”“{My Preceptor} was a wonderful, patient, energetic, and understanding preceptor who ensured I had a highly educational and rewarding experience.” “{My Preceptor} provided guidance and positive feedback that allowed me to grow in my role.” “I learned so much from every encounter with {My Preceptor}.”“{My Preceptor} recognized my strengths and talents, allowing me to function independently when appropriate while being available when I need guidance or have questions.” “{My Preceptor} stays later at work to accommodate my learning and never rushed my learning process.” “{My Preceptor} continually challenges us to think critically about clinical issues and to understand why we are doing what we are doing. It is not enough to just go through the motions; we must be able to use logic and reason to arrive at a diagnosis and management plan succinctly and completely.”“{My Preceptor} is an invaluable asset to the School of Nursing.” “Residents and staff light up when they see {My Preceptor}.” When I have told friends and colleagues about my experience learning from {My Preceptor}, I describe her as ""Florence Nightengale-esque"" as she embodies so many of the great qualities of the ultimate nurse leader.” “I learned from both {My Preceptor} research and example that it is critical to learn about patients as people- to know their stories- in order to gain trust and provide dignified end of life care.” “{My Preceptor} positioned herself as a guide, allowing space for me to identify as a practitioner and less as a student. Of course, I never lost sight of being a student, the mechanism just allowed me to tap into my own understanding of strength and wisdom instead of feeling uncertain.” “{My Preceptor} helps her students build confidence in their knowledge and skills.”
  • Helen Martin Award 2013, List of Nominator and Nominees 1.Carrie Schiff, FNP nominated Kim Honda2. Sarah Dulaney, Geriatric CNS nominated Marilyn Williams3. Mary Patton, Pediatrics, APPN nominated Kim Honda4. Maria Cardenas, FNP nominated Jessica Marques 5. Jana Duncan, OEHN/ANP nominated Elaine Icenhour6. Corinna Michels, FNP nominated Kimberlee Honda7. Gail Vue, AGNP nominated Janet Stanger8. Lewis Fannon, ANP nominated Susan Brennan9. Katherine Whitley, Psych NP nominated Angel Barrios10. Kelly Wong McGrath, OEH-AGNP nominated Rossana Segovia-Bain11. Jennifer Anderson, FNP nominated Hossein Hassani12. Dan McGuire, ACNP nominated Mitchel Erickson13. Cora Polles, ANP nominated Heather West14. David King, OEH-ANP nominated Cliff Flores15. Elizabeth Ren, Psychiatric Nursing nominated Ebony Parker16. Christy Feigenbutz, ANP-OEHN nominated Laura Miller17. Emily Minner, ACPNP nominated Susan Jonas18. Jonathan Van Nuys, ANP-HIV nominated Clarissa Ospina-Norvell19. KortneyParman, FNP nominated Carol Lemmon20. Rebecca Kooistra, FNP nominated Steven Leiner21. Erin Bowman, ANP nominated Anne Hughes22. Leesa Benenhaley, RN, FNP candidate 2014 nominated Laurie Galaty23. Michelle Julaton, Pediatrics nominated Carrie Gordon24. Dorothy Liu, FNP nominated Julie Tse25. Dara Nunn, ACPNP nominated Colette O'Brien 26. Maia Entropo, OEH-ANP nominated Ann Thrailkill27. Maia Entropo, OEH-ANP nominated Mercy Egbujor28. Lindsay Rodgers, ANP nominated Jonathan Lee 29. Jonathan Van Nuys, ANP-HIV nominated Joanna Eveland, MD
  • “{My Preceptor} was consistently enthusiastic about both teaching us and serving patients by providing the best evidence-based care, modeling good relationships with patients and a collaborative patient-centered approach, and a community based holistic model” “{My Preceptor} was warm, welcoming, and good at giving constructive feedback to help us learn and build confidence.” “{My Preceptor} is skilled at finding and creating learning opportunities for students so that the clinical rotation continues to challenge and expand students experience and knowledge. {My Preceptor} has been preceptor to other preceptors and her expertise is widely recognized and respected.” “{My Preceptor} is highly motivated to serve her patients as well as the students that come to learn from {My Preceptor}.” “{My Preceptor} runs a busy clinic and was still always able to answer questions and address concerns.”“{My Preceptor} is an excellent role model and I am glad to have had the opportunity to work with {My Preceptor}.” “{My Preceptor} has great intuition in understanding the student's level.”“{My Preceptor} is very approachable and is always willing to answer questions.”“{My Preceptor} provided excellent experiences, helped me meet all the goals for my program planning course and helped me learn in {My Preceptor} clinic.” “{My Preceptor} gave me experiences was much more than I could have hoped for.” “{My Preceptor} went above and beyond what was expected and was always thoughtful and careful in planning our hours together. “{My Preceptor} was an absolutely wonderful. From the preparatory information she provided before the rotation to the way she helped me develop my skills as a student NP. She had excellent rapport with the patients (both the kids and the families) and was really able to guide my clinic experience while also giving me space to develop my own skills and style.”“Working with {My Preceptor} was an experience that reinforced to me the importance and happy surprises in staying open-minded about opportunities that are given to me.” “{My Preceptor} is an exceptional teacher as she provided me with positive criticism along with helpful suggestions for improving/shortening my oral presentations, accurately conducting my physical examinations and often tested my knowledge of various disease processes. Never, did I feel intimidated or humiliated by {My Preceptor}! I always felt supported!”“Despite a very busy clinical schedule, {My Preceptor} always manages to find time for me and makes me feel that I am a priority.”“{My Preceptor} patience is astounding.”As a student, I appreciated the fact that {My Preceptor} always valued my suggestions and encouraged my input.” “{My Preceptor} is very supportive, knowledgeable, and generous with her time.”“{My Preceptor} spends considerable time discussing clinical issues as they arise and devises thoughtful assignments during clinic to foster the learning experience.” “{My Preceptor} is a credit to the profession and the school and is worthy of recognition.”The experience I had with {My Preceptor} gave me greater confidence in myself.”“{My Preceptor} showed us how to shape our own attitude, caring and personhood into becoming an effective nurse.” “{My Preceptor} can effortlessly and successfully manages a clinic, take care of patients, take care of the staff, and precept a student. She is a role model for patient care in the clinic.”“{My Preceptor} caring way with the patients regardless of time pressures, high standards, and exceptional knowledge are awe inspiring.”“{My Preceptor} was a wonderful, patient, energetic, and understanding preceptor who ensured I had a highly educational and rewarding experience.” “{My Preceptor} provided guidance and positive feedback that allowed me to grow in my role.” “I learned so much from every encounter with {My Preceptor}.”“{My Preceptor} recognized my strengths and talents, allowing me to function independently when appropriate while being available when I need guidance or have questions.” “{My Preceptor} stays later at work to accommodate my learning and never rushed my learning process.” “{My Preceptor} continually challenges us to think critically about clinical issues and to understand why we are doing what we are doing. It is not enough to just go through the motions; we must be able to use logic and reason to arrive at a diagnosis and management plan succinctly and completely.”“{My Preceptor} is an invaluable asset to the School of Nursing.” “Residents and staff light up when they see {My Preceptor}.” When I have told friends and colleagues about my experience learning from {My Preceptor}, I describe her as ""Florence Nightengale-esque"" as she embodies so many of the great qualities of the ultimate nurse leader.” “I learned from both {My Preceptor} research and example that it is critical to learn about patients as people- to know their stories- in order to gain trust and provide dignified end of life care.” “{My Preceptor} positioned herself as a guide, allowing space for me to identify as a practitioner and less as a student. Of course, I never lost sight of being a student, the mechanism just allowed me to tap into my own understanding of strength and wisdom instead of feeling uncertain.” “{My Preceptor} helps her students build confidence in their knowledge and skills.”
  • Helen Martin Award 2013, List of Nominator and Nominees 1.Carrie Schiff, FNP nominated Kim Honda2. Sarah Dulaney, Geriatric CNS nominated Marilyn Williams3. Mary Patton, Pediatrics, APPN nominated Kim Honda4. Maria Cardenas, FNP nominated Jessica Marques 5. Jana Duncan, OEHN/ANP nominated Elaine Icenhour6. Corinna Michels, FNP nominated Kimberlee Honda7. Gail Vue, AGNP nominated Janet Stanger8. Lewis Fannon, ANP nominated Susan Brennan9. Katherine Whitley, Psych NP nominated Angel Barrios10. Kelly Wong McGrath, OEH-AGNP nominated Rossana Segovia-Bain11. Jennifer Anderson, FNP nominated Hossein Hassani12. Dan McGuire, ACNP nominated Mitchel Erickson13. Cora Polles, ANP nominated Heather West14. David King, OEH-ANP nominated Cliff Flores15. Elizabeth Ren, Psychiatric Nursing nominated Ebony Parker16. Christy Feigenbutz, ANP-OEHN nominated Laura Miller17. Emily Minner, ACPNP nominated Susan Jonas18. Jonathan Van Nuys, ANP-HIV nominated Clarissa Ospina-Norvell19. KortneyParman, FNP nominated Carol Lemmon20. Rebecca Kooistra, FNP nominated Steven Leiner21. Erin Bowman, ANP nominated Anne Hughes22. Leesa Benenhaley, RN, FNP candidate 2014 nominated Laurie Galaty23. Michelle Julaton, Pediatrics nominated Carrie Gordon24. Dorothy Liu, FNP nominated Julie Tse25. Dara Nunn, ACPNP nominated Colette O'Brien 26. Maia Entropo, OEH-ANP nominated Ann Thrailkill27. Maia Entropo, OEH-ANP nominated Mercy Egbujor28. Lindsay Rodgers, ANP nominated Jonathan Lee 29. Jonathan Van Nuys, ANP-HIV nominated Joanna Eveland, MD
  • “{My Preceptor} was consistently enthusiastic about both teaching us and serving patients by providing the best evidence-based care, modeling good relationships with patients and a collaborative patient-centered approach, and a community based holistic model” “{My Preceptor} was warm, welcoming, and good at giving constructive feedback to help us learn and build confidence.” “{My Preceptor} is skilled at finding and creating learning opportunities for students so that the clinical rotation continues to challenge and expand students experience and knowledge. {My Preceptor} has been preceptor to other preceptors and her expertise is widely recognized and respected.” “{My Preceptor} is highly motivated to serve her patients as well as the students that come to learn from {My Preceptor}.” “{My Preceptor} runs a busy clinic and was still always able to answer questions and address concerns.”“{My Preceptor} is an excellent role model and I am glad to have had the opportunity to work with {My Preceptor}.” “{My Preceptor} has great intuition in understanding the student's level.”“{My Preceptor} is very approachable and is always willing to answer questions.”“{My Preceptor} provided excellent experiences, helped me meet all the goals for my program planning course and helped me learn in {My Preceptor} clinic.” “{My Preceptor} gave me experiences was much more than I could have hoped for.” “{My Preceptor} went above and beyond what was expected and was always thoughtful and careful in planning our hours together. “{My Preceptor} was an absolutely wonderful. From the preparatory information she provided before the rotation to the way she helped me develop my skills as a student NP. She had excellent rapport with the patients (both the kids and the families) and was really able to guide my clinic experience while also giving me space to develop my own skills and style.”“Working with {My Preceptor} was an experience that reinforced to me the importance and happy surprises in staying open-minded about opportunities that are given to me.” “{My Preceptor} is an exceptional teacher as she provided me with positive criticism along with helpful suggestions for improving/shortening my oral presentations, accurately conducting my physical examinations and often tested my knowledge of various disease processes. Never, did I feel intimidated or humiliated by {My Preceptor}! I always felt supported!”“Despite a very busy clinical schedule, {My Preceptor} always manages to find time for me and makes me feel that I am a priority.”“{My Preceptor} patience is astounding.”As a student, I appreciated the fact that {My Preceptor} always valued my suggestions and encouraged my input.” “{My Preceptor} is very supportive, knowledgeable, and generous with her time.”“{My Preceptor} spends considerable time discussing clinical issues as they arise and devises thoughtful assignments during clinic to foster the learning experience.” “{My Preceptor} is a credit to the profession and the school and is worthy of recognition.”The experience I had with {My Preceptor} gave me greater confidence in myself.”“{My Preceptor} showed us how to shape our own attitude, caring and personhood into becoming an effective nurse.” “{My Preceptor} can effortlessly and successfully manages a clinic, take care of patients, take care of the staff, and precept a student. She is a role model for patient care in the clinic.”“{My Preceptor} caring way with the patients regardless of time pressures, high standards, and exceptional knowledge are awe inspiring.”“{My Preceptor} was a wonderful, patient, energetic, and understanding preceptor who ensured I had a highly educational and rewarding experience.” “{My Preceptor} provided guidance and positive feedback that allowed me to grow in my role.” “I learned so much from every encounter with {My Preceptor}.”“{My Preceptor} recognized my strengths and talents, allowing me to function independently when appropriate while being available when I need guidance or have questions.” “{My Preceptor} stays later at work to accommodate my learning and never rushed my learning process.” “{My Preceptor} continually challenges us to think critically about clinical issues and to understand why we are doing what we are doing. It is not enough to just go through the motions; we must be able to use logic and reason to arrive at a diagnosis and management plan succinctly and completely.”“{My Preceptor} is an invaluable asset to the School of Nursing.” “Residents and staff light up when they see {My Preceptor}.” When I have told friends and colleagues about my experience learning from {My Preceptor}, I describe her as ""Florence Nightengale-esque"" as she embodies so many of the great qualities of the ultimate nurse leader.” “I learned from both {My Preceptor} research and example that it is critical to learn about patients as people- to know their stories- in order to gain trust and provide dignified end of life care.” “{My Preceptor} positioned herself as a guide, allowing space for me to identify as a practitioner and less as a student. Of course, I never lost sight of being a student, the mechanism just allowed me to tap into my own understanding of strength and wisdom instead of feeling uncertain.” “{My Preceptor} helps her students build confidence in their knowledge and skills.”
  • Helen Martin Award 2013, List of Nominator and Nominees 1.Carrie Schiff, FNP nominated Kim Honda2. Sarah Dulaney, Geriatric CNS nominated Marilyn Williams3. Mary Patton, Pediatrics, APPN nominated Kim Honda4. Maria Cardenas, FNP nominated Jessica Marques 5. Jana Duncan, OEHN/ANP nominated Elaine Icenhour6. Corinna Michels, FNP nominated Kimberlee Honda7. Gail Vue, AGNP nominated Janet Stanger8. Lewis Fannon, ANP nominated Susan Brennan9. Katherine Whitley, Psych NP nominated Angel Barrios10. Kelly Wong McGrath, OEH-AGNP nominated Rossana Segovia-Bain11. Jennifer Anderson, FNP nominated Hossein Hassani12. Dan McGuire, ACNP nominated Mitchel Erickson13. Cora Polles, ANP nominated Heather West14. David King, OEH-ANP nominated Cliff Flores15. Elizabeth Ren, Psychiatric Nursing nominated Ebony Parker16. Christy Feigenbutz, ANP-OEHN nominated Laura Miller17. Emily Minner, ACPNP nominated Susan Jonas18. Jonathan Van Nuys, ANP-HIV nominated Clarissa Ospina-Norvell19. KortneyParman, FNP nominated Carol Lemmon20. Rebecca Kooistra, FNP nominated Steven Leiner21. Erin Bowman, ANP nominated Anne Hughes22. Leesa Benenhaley, RN, FNP candidate 2014 nominated Laurie Galaty23. Michelle Julaton, Pediatrics nominated Carrie Gordon24. Dorothy Liu, FNP nominated Julie Tse25. Dara Nunn, ACPNP nominated Colette O'Brien 26. Maia Entropo, OEH-ANP nominated Ann Thrailkill27. Maia Entropo, OEH-ANP nominated Mercy Egbujor28. Lindsay Rodgers, ANP nominated Jonathan Lee 29. Jonathan Van Nuys, ANP-HIV nominated Joanna Eveland, MD
  • “{My Preceptor} was consistently enthusiastic about both teaching us and serving patients by providing the best evidence-based care, modeling good relationships with patients and a collaborative patient-centered approach, and a community based holistic model” “{My Preceptor} was warm, welcoming, and good at giving constructive feedback to help us learn and build confidence.” “{My Preceptor} is skilled at finding and creating learning opportunities for students so that the clinical rotation continues to challenge and expand students experience and knowledge. {My Preceptor} has been preceptor to other preceptors and her expertise is widely recognized and respected.” “{My Preceptor} is highly motivated to serve her patients as well as the students that come to learn from {My Preceptor}.” “{My Preceptor} runs a busy clinic and was still always able to answer questions and address concerns.”“{My Preceptor} is an excellent role model and I am glad to have had the opportunity to work with {My Preceptor}.” “{My Preceptor} has great intuition in understanding the student's level.”“{My Preceptor} is very approachable and is always willing to answer questions.”“{My Preceptor} provided excellent experiences, helped me meet all the goals for my program planning course and helped me learn in {My Preceptor} clinic.” “{My Preceptor} gave me experiences was much more than I could have hoped for.” “{My Preceptor} went above and beyond what was expected and was always thoughtful and careful in planning our hours together. “{My Preceptor} was an absolutely wonderful. From the preparatory information she provided before the rotation to the way she helped me develop my skills as a student NP. She had excellent rapport with the patients (both the kids and the families) and was really able to guide my clinic experience while also giving me space to develop my own skills and style.”“Working with {My Preceptor} was an experience that reinforced to me the importance and happy surprises in staying open-minded about opportunities that are given to me.” “{My Preceptor} is an exceptional teacher as she provided me with positive criticism along with helpful suggestions for improving/shortening my oral presentations, accurately conducting my physical examinations and often tested my knowledge of various disease processes. Never, did I feel intimidated or humiliated by {My Preceptor}! I always felt supported!”“Despite a very busy clinical schedule, {My Preceptor} always manages to find time for me and makes me feel that I am a priority.”“{My Preceptor} patience is astounding.”As a student, I appreciated the fact that {My Preceptor} always valued my suggestions and encouraged my input.” “{My Preceptor} is very supportive, knowledgeable, and generous with her time.”“{My Preceptor} spends considerable time discussing clinical issues as they arise and devises thoughtful assignments during clinic to foster the learning experience.” “{My Preceptor} is a credit to the profession and the school and is worthy of recognition.”The experience I had with {My Preceptor} gave me greater confidence in myself.”“{My Preceptor} showed us how to shape our own attitude, caring and personhood into becoming an effective nurse.” “{My Preceptor} can effortlessly and successfully manages a clinic, take care of patients, take care of the staff, and precept a student. She is a role model for patient care in the clinic.”“{My Preceptor} caring way with the patients regardless of time pressures, high standards, and exceptional knowledge are awe inspiring.”“{My Preceptor} was a wonderful, patient, energetic, and understanding preceptor who ensured I had a highly educational and rewarding experience.” “{My Preceptor} provided guidance and positive feedback that allowed me to grow in my role.” “I learned so much from every encounter with {My Preceptor}.”“{My Preceptor} recognized my strengths and talents, allowing me to function independently when appropriate while being available when I need guidance or have questions.” “{My Preceptor} stays later at work to accommodate my learning and never rushed my learning process.” “{My Preceptor} continually challenges us to think critically about clinical issues and to understand why we are doing what we are doing. It is not enough to just go through the motions; we must be able to use logic and reason to arrive at a diagnosis and management plan succinctly and completely.”“{My Preceptor} is an invaluable asset to the School of Nursing.” “Residents and staff light up when they see {My Preceptor}.” When I have told friends and colleagues about my experience learning from {My Preceptor}, I describe her as ""Florence Nightengale-esque"" as she embodies so many of the great qualities of the ultimate nurse leader.” “I learned from both {My Preceptor} research and example that it is critical to learn about patients as people- to know their stories- in order to gain trust and provide dignified end of life care.” “{My Preceptor} positioned herself as a guide, allowing space for me to identify as a practitioner and less as a student. Of course, I never lost sight of being a student, the mechanism just allowed me to tap into my own understanding of strength and wisdom instead of feeling uncertain.” “{My Preceptor} helps her students build confidence in their knowledge and skills.”
  • Helen Martin Award 2013, List of Nominator and Nominees 1.Carrie Schiff, FNP nominated Kim Honda2. Sarah Dulaney, Geriatric CNS nominated Marilyn Williams3. Mary Patton, Pediatrics, APPN nominated Kim Honda4. Maria Cardenas, FNP nominated Jessica Marques 5. Jana Duncan, OEHN/ANP nominated Elaine Icenhour6. Corinna Michels, FNP nominated Kimberlee Honda7. Gail Vue, AGNP nominated Janet Stanger8. Lewis Fannon, ANP nominated Susan Brennan9. Katherine Whitley, Psych NP nominated Angel Barrios10. Kelly Wong McGrath, OEH-AGNP nominated Rossana Segovia-Bain11. Jennifer Anderson, FNP nominated Hossein Hassani12. Dan McGuire, ACNP nominated Mitchel Erickson13. Cora Polles, ANP nominated Heather West14. David King, OEH-ANP nominated Cliff Flores15. Elizabeth Ren, Psychiatric Nursing nominated Ebony Parker16. Christy Feigenbutz, ANP-OEHN nominated Laura Miller17. Emily Minner, ACPNP nominated Susan Jonas18. Jonathan Van Nuys, ANP-HIV nominated Clarissa Ospina-Norvell19. KortneyParman, FNP nominated Carol Lemmon20. Rebecca Kooistra, FNP nominated Steven Leiner21. Erin Bowman, ANP nominated Anne Hughes22. Leesa Benenhaley, RN, FNP candidate 2014 nominated Laurie Galaty23. Michelle Julaton, Pediatrics nominated Carrie Gordon24. Dorothy Liu, FNP nominated Julie Tse25. Dara Nunn, ACPNP nominated Colette O'Brien 26. Maia Entropo, OEH-ANP nominated Ann Thrailkill27. Maia Entropo, OEH-ANP nominated Mercy Egbujor28. Lindsay Rodgers, ANP nominated Jonathan Lee 29. Jonathan Van Nuys, ANP-HIV nominated Joanna Eveland, MD
  • “{My Preceptor} was consistently enthusiastic about both teaching us and serving patients by providing the best evidence-based care, modeling good relationships with patients and a collaborative patient-centered approach, and a community based holistic model” “{My Preceptor} was warm, welcoming, and good at giving constructive feedback to help us learn and build confidence.” “{My Preceptor} is skilled at finding and creating learning opportunities for students so that the clinical rotation continues to challenge and expand students experience and knowledge. {My Preceptor} has been preceptor to other preceptors and her expertise is widely recognized and respected.” “{My Preceptor} is highly motivated to serve her patients as well as the students that come to learn from {My Preceptor}.” “{My Preceptor} runs a busy clinic and was still always able to answer questions and address concerns.”“{My Preceptor} is an excellent role model and I am glad to have had the opportunity to work with {My Preceptor}.” “{My Preceptor} has great intuition in understanding the student's level.”“{My Preceptor} is very approachable and is always willing to answer questions.”“{My Preceptor} provided excellent experiences, helped me meet all the goals for my program planning course and helped me learn in {My Preceptor} clinic.” “{My Preceptor} gave me experiences was much more than I could have hoped for.” “{My Preceptor} went above and beyond what was expected and was always thoughtful and careful in planning our hours together. “{My Preceptor} was an absolutely wonderful. From the preparatory information she provided before the rotation to the way she helped me develop my skills as a student NP. She had excellent rapport with the patients (both the kids and the families) and was really able to guide my clinic experience while also giving me space to develop my own skills and style.”“Working with {My Preceptor} was an experience that reinforced to me the importance and happy surprises in staying open-minded about opportunities that are given to me.” “{My Preceptor} is an exceptional teacher as she provided me with positive criticism along with helpful suggestions for improving/shortening my oral presentations, accurately conducting my physical examinations and often tested my knowledge of various disease processes. Never, did I feel intimidated or humiliated by {My Preceptor}! I always felt supported!”“Despite a very busy clinical schedule, {My Preceptor} always manages to find time for me and makes me feel that I am a priority.”“{My Preceptor} patience is astounding.”As a student, I appreciated the fact that {My Preceptor} always valued my suggestions and encouraged my input.” “{My Preceptor} is very supportive, knowledgeable, and generous with her time.”“{My Preceptor} spends considerable time discussing clinical issues as they arise and devises thoughtful assignments during clinic to foster the learning experience.” “{My Preceptor} is a credit to the profession and the school and is worthy of recognition.”The experience I had with {My Preceptor} gave me greater confidence in myself.”“{My Preceptor} showed us how to shape our own attitude, caring and personhood into becoming an effective nurse.” “{My Preceptor} can effortlessly and successfully manages a clinic, take care of patients, take care of the staff, and precept a student. She is a role model for patient care in the clinic.”“{My Preceptor} caring way with the patients regardless of time pressures, high standards, and exceptional knowledge are awe inspiring.”“{My Preceptor} was a wonderful, patient, energetic, and understanding preceptor who ensured I had a highly educational and rewarding experience.” “{My Preceptor} provided guidance and positive feedback that allowed me to grow in my role.” “I learned so much from every encounter with {My Preceptor}.”“{My Preceptor} recognized my strengths and talents, allowing me to function independently when appropriate while being available when I need guidance or have questions.” “{My Preceptor} stays later at work to accommodate my learning and never rushed my learning process.” “{My Preceptor} continually challenges us to think critically about clinical issues and to understand why we are doing what we are doing. It is not enough to just go through the motions; we must be able to use logic and reason to arrive at a diagnosis and management plan succinctly and completely.”“{My Preceptor} is an invaluable asset to the School of Nursing.” “Residents and staff light up when they see {My Preceptor}.” When I have told friends and colleagues about my experience learning from {My Preceptor}, I describe her as ""Florence Nightengale-esque"" as she embodies so many of the great qualities of the ultimate nurse leader.” “I learned from both {My Preceptor} research and example that it is critical to learn about patients as people- to know their stories- in order to gain trust and provide dignified end of life care.” “{My Preceptor} positioned herself as a guide, allowing space for me to identify as a practitioner and less as a student. Of course, I never lost sight of being a student, the mechanism just allowed me to tap into my own understanding of strength and wisdom instead of feeling uncertain.” “{My Preceptor} helps her students build confidence in their knowledge and skills.”
  • Helen Martin Award 2013, List of Nominator and Nominees 1.Carrie Schiff, FNP nominated Kim Honda2. Sarah Dulaney, Geriatric CNS nominated Marilyn Williams3. Mary Patton, Pediatrics, APPN nominated Kim Honda4. Maria Cardenas, FNP nominated Jessica Marques 5. Jana Duncan, OEHN/ANP nominated Elaine Icenhour6. Corinna Michels, FNP nominated Kimberlee Honda7. Gail Vue, AGNP nominated Janet Stanger8. Lewis Fannon, ANP nominated Susan Brennan9. Katherine Whitley, Psych NP nominated Angel Barrios10. Kelly Wong McGrath, OEH-AGNP nominated Rossana Segovia-Bain11. Jennifer Anderson, FNP nominated Hossein Hassani12. Dan McGuire, ACNP nominated Mitchel Erickson13. Cora Polles, ANP nominated Heather West14. David King, OEH-ANP nominated Cliff Flores15. Elizabeth Ren, Psychiatric Nursing nominated Ebony Parker16. Christy Feigenbutz, ANP-OEHN nominated Laura Miller17. Emily Minner, ACPNP nominated Susan Jonas18. Jonathan Van Nuys, ANP-HIV nominated Clarissa Ospina-Norvell19. KortneyParman, FNP nominated Carol Lemmon20. Rebecca Kooistra, FNP nominated Steven Leiner21. Erin Bowman, ANP nominated Anne Hughes22. Leesa Benenhaley, RN, FNP candidate 2014 nominated Laurie Galaty23. Michelle Julaton, Pediatrics nominated Carrie Gordon24. Dorothy Liu, FNP nominated Julie Tse25. Dara Nunn, ACPNP nominated Colette O'Brien 26. Maia Entropo, OEH-ANP nominated Ann Thrailkill27. Maia Entropo, OEH-ANP nominated Mercy Egbujor28. Lindsay Rodgers, ANP nominated Jonathan Lee 29. Jonathan Van Nuys, ANP-HIV nominated Joanna Eveland, MD
  • “{My Preceptor} was consistently enthusiastic about both teaching us and serving patients by providing the best evidence-based care, modeling good relationships with patients and a collaborative patient-centered approach, and a community based holistic model” “{My Preceptor} was warm, welcoming, and good at giving constructive feedback to help us learn and build confidence.” “{My Preceptor} is skilled at finding and creating learning opportunities for students so that the clinical rotation continues to challenge and expand students experience and knowledge. {My Preceptor} has been preceptor to other preceptors and her expertise is widely recognized and respected.” “{My Preceptor} is highly motivated to serve her patients as well as the students that come to learn from {My Preceptor}.” “{My Preceptor} runs a busy clinic and was still always able to answer questions and address concerns.”“{My Preceptor} is an excellent role model and I am glad to have had the opportunity to work with {My Preceptor}.” “{My Preceptor} is amazing.”“{My Preceptor} provided excellent experiences, helped me meet all the goals for my program planning course and helped me learn in {My Preceptor} clinic.” “{My Preceptor} gave me experiences was much more than I could have hoped for.” “{My Preceptor} went above and beyond what was expected and was always thoughtful and careful in planning our hours together. “{My Preceptor} made it very clear that she was committed to this preceptor-ship and was eager to teach me and give me all of the experiences she was able. I learned so much through this rotation and found it to be one of the more valuable experiences I have had at UCSF” “{My Preceptor} was an absolutely wonderful. From the preparatory information she provided before the rotation to the way she helped me develop my skills as a student NP. She had excellent rapport with the patients (both the kids and the families) and was really able to guide my clinic experience while also giving me space to develop my own skills and style.”“Working with {My Preceptor} was an experience that reinforced to me the importance and happy surprises in staying open-minded about opportunities that are given to me.” “{My Preceptor} is an exceptional teacher as she provided me with positive criticism along with helpful suggestions for improving/shortening my oral presentations, accurately conducting my physical examinations and often tested my knowledge of various disease processes. Never, did I feel intimidated or humiliated by {My Preceptor}! I always felt supported!”“Despite a very busy clinical schedule, {My Preceptor} always manages to find time for me and makes me feel that I am a priority.”“{My Preceptor} patience is astounding.”As a student, I appreciated the fact that {My Preceptor} always valued my suggestions and encouraged my input.” I am a better nurse for having worked with {My Preceptor}.”“{My Preceptor} is very supportive, knowledgeable, and generous with her time.”“{My Preceptor} spends considerable time discussing clinical issues as they arise and devises thoughtful assignments during clinic to foster the learning experience.” “{My Preceptor} is a credit to the profession and the school and is worthy of recognition.”The experience I had with {My Preceptor} gave me greater confidence in myself.”“{My Preceptor} showed us how to shape our own attitude, caring and personhood into becoming an effective nurse.” “{My Preceptor} can effortlessly and successfully manages a clinic, take care of patients, take care of the staff, and precept a student. She is a role model for patient care in the clinic.”“{My Preceptor} caring way with the patients regardless of time pressures, high standards, and exceptional knowledge are awe inspiring.”“{My Preceptor} was a wonderful, patient, energetic, and understanding preceptor who ensured I had a highly educational and rewarding experience.” “{My Preceptor} provided guidance and positive feedback that allowed me to grow in my role.” “I learned so much from every encounter with {My Preceptor}.”“{My Preceptor} recognized my strengths and talents, allowing me to function independently when appropriate while being available when I need guidance or have questions.” “{My Preceptor} stays later at work to accommodate my learning and never rushed my learning process.” “{My Preceptor} continually challenges us to think critically about clinical issues and to understand why we are doing what we are doing. It is not enough to just go through the motions; we must be able to use logic and reason to arrive at a diagnosis and management plan succinctly and completely.”“{My Preceptor} is an invaluable asset to the School of Nursing.” “Residents and staff light up when they see {My Preceptor}.” When I have told friends and colleagues about my experience learning from {My Preceptor}, I describe her as ""Florence Nightengale-esque"" as she embodies so many of the great qualities of the ultimate nurse leader.” “I learned from both {My Preceptor} research and example that it is critical to learn about patients as people- to know their stories- in order to gain trust and provide dignified end of life care.” “{My Preceptor} positioned herself as a guide, allowing space for me to identify as a practitioner and less as a student. Of course, I never lost sight of being a student, the mechanism just allowed me to tap into my own understanding of strength and wisdom instead of feeling uncertain.” “{My Preceptor} helps her students build confidence in their knowledge and skills.”
  • Helen Martin Award 2013, List of Nominator and Nominees 1.Carrie Schiff, FNP nominated Kim Honda2. Sarah Dulaney, Geriatric CNS nominated Marilyn Williams3. Mary Patton, Pediatrics, APPN nominated Kim Honda4. Maria Cardenas, FNP nominated Jessica Marques 5. Jana Duncan, OEHN/ANP nominated Elaine Icenhour6. Corinna Michels, FNP nominated Kimberlee Honda7. Gail Vue, AGNP nominated Janet Stanger8. Lewis Fannon, ANP nominated Susan Brennan9. Katherine Whitley, Psych NP nominated Angel Barrios10. Kelly Wong McGrath, OEH-AGNP nominated Rossana Segovia-Bain11. Jennifer Anderson, FNP nominated Hossein Hassani12. Dan McGuire, ACNP nominated Mitchel Erickson13. Cora Polles, ANP nominated Heather West14. David King, OEH-ANP nominated Cliff Flores15. Elizabeth Ren, Psychiatric Nursing nominated Ebony Parker16. Christy Feigenbutz, ANP-OEHN nominated Laura Miller17. Emily Minner, ACPNP nominated Susan Jonas18. Jonathan Van Nuys, ANP-HIV nominated Clarissa Ospina-Norvell19. KortneyParman, FNP nominated Carol Lemmon20. Rebecca Kooistra, FNP nominated Steven Leiner21. Erin Bowman, ANP nominated Anne Hughes22. Leesa Benenhaley, RN, FNP candidate 2014 nominated Laurie Galaty23. Michelle Julaton, Pediatrics nominated Carrie Gordon24. Dorothy Liu, FNP nominated Julie Tse25. Dara Nunn, ACPNP nominated Colette O'Brien 26. Maia Entropo, OEH-ANP nominated Ann Thrailkill27. Maia Entropo, OEH-ANP nominated Mercy Egbujor28. Lindsay Rodgers, ANP nominated Jonathan Lee 29. Jonathan Van Nuys, ANP-HIV nominated Joanna Eveland, MD
  • “{My Preceptor} was consistently enthusiastic about both teaching us and serving patients by providing the best evidence-based care, modeling good relationships with patients and a collaborative patient-centered approach, and a community based holistic model” “{My Preceptor} was warm, welcoming, and good at giving constructive feedback to help us learn and build confidence.” “{My Preceptor} is skilled at finding and creating learning opportunities for students so that the clinical rotation continues to challenge and expand students experience and knowledge. {My Preceptor} has been preceptor to other preceptors and her expertise is widely recognized and respected.” “{My Preceptor} is highly motivated to serve her patients as well as the students that come to learn from {My Preceptor}.” “{My Preceptor} runs a busy clinic and was still always able to answer questions and address concerns.”“{My Preceptor} is an excellent role model and I am glad to have had the opportunity to work with {My Preceptor}.” “{My Preceptor} has great intuition in understanding the student's level.”“{My Preceptor} is very approachable and is always willing to answer questions.”“{My Preceptor} provided excellent experiences, helped me meet all the goals for my program planning course and helped me learn in {My Preceptor} clinic.” “{My Preceptor} gave me experiences was much more than I could have hoped for.” “{My Preceptor} went above and beyond what was expected and was always thoughtful and careful in planning our hours together. “{My Preceptor} was an absolutely wonderful. From the preparatory information she provided before the rotation to the way she helped me develop my skills as a student NP. She had excellent rapport with the patients (both the kids and the families) and was really able to guide my clinic experience while also giving me space to develop my own skills and style.”“Working with {My Preceptor} was an experience that reinforced to me the importance and happy surprises in staying open-minded about opportunities that are given to me.” “{My Preceptor} is an exceptional teacher as she provided me with positive criticism along with helpful suggestions for improving/shortening my oral presentations, accurately conducting my physical examinations and often tested my knowledge of various disease processes. Never, did I feel intimidated or humiliated by {My Preceptor}! I always felt supported!”“Despite a very busy clinical schedule, {My Preceptor} always manages to find time for me and makes me feel that I am a priority.”“{My Preceptor} patience is astounding.”As a student, I appreciated the fact that {My Preceptor} always valued my suggestions and encouraged my input.” “{My Preceptor} is very supportive, knowledgeable, and generous with her time.”“{My Preceptor} spends considerable time discussing clinical issues as they arise and devises thoughtful assignments during clinic to foster the learning experience.” “{My Preceptor} is a credit to the profession and the school and is worthy of recognition.”The experience I had with {My Preceptor} gave me greater confidence in myself.”“{My Preceptor} showed us how to shape our own attitude, caring and personhood into becoming an effective nurse.” “{My Preceptor} can effortlessly and successfully manages a clinic, take care of patients, take care of the staff, and precept a student. She is a role model for patient care in the clinic.”“{My Preceptor} caring way with the patients regardless of time pressures, high standards, and exceptional knowledge are awe inspiring.”“{My Preceptor} was a wonderful, patient, energetic, and understanding preceptor who ensured I had a highly educational and rewarding experience.” “{My Preceptor} provided guidance and positive feedback that allowed me to grow in my role.” “I learned so much from every encounter with {My Preceptor}.”“{My Preceptor} recognized my strengths and talents, allowing me to function independently when appropriate while being available when I need guidance or have questions.” “{My Preceptor} stays later at work to accommodate my learning and never rushed my learning process.” “{My Preceptor} continually challenges us to think critically about clinical issues and to understand why we are doing what we are doing. It is not enough to just go through the motions; we must be able to use logic and reason to arrive at a diagnosis and management plan succinctly and completely.”“{My Preceptor} is an invaluable asset to the School of Nursing.” “Residents and staff light up when they see {My Preceptor}.” When I have told friends and colleagues about my experience learning from {My Preceptor}, I describe her as ""Florence Nightengale-esque"" as she embodies so many of the great qualities of the ultimate nurse leader.” “I learned from both {My Preceptor} research and example that it is critical to learn about patients as people- to know their stories- in order to gain trust and provide dignified end of life care.” “{My Preceptor} positioned herself as a guide, allowing space for me to identify as a practitioner and less as a student. Of course, I never lost sight of being a student, the mechanism just allowed me to tap into my own understanding of strength and wisdom instead of feeling uncertain.” “{My Preceptor} helps her students build confidence in their knowledge and skills.”
  • Helen Martin Award 2013, List of Nominator and Nominees 1.Carrie Schiff, FNP nominated Kim Honda2. Sarah Dulaney, Geriatric CNS nominated Marilyn Williams3. Mary Patton, Pediatrics, APPN nominated Kim Honda4. Maria Cardenas, FNP nominated Jessica Marques 5. Jana Duncan, OEHN/ANP nominated Elaine Icenhour6. Corinna Michels, FNP nominated Kimberlee Honda7. Gail Vue, AGNP nominated Janet Stanger8. Lewis Fannon, ANP nominated Susan Brennan9. Katherine Whitley, Psych NP nominated Angel Barrios10. Kelly Wong McGrath, OEH-AGNP nominated Rossana Segovia-Bain11. Jennifer Anderson, FNP nominated Hossein Hassani12. Dan McGuire, ACNP nominated Mitchel Erickson13. Cora Polles, ANP nominated Heather West14. David King, OEH-ANP nominated Cliff Flores15. Elizabeth Ren, Psychiatric Nursing nominated Ebony Parker16. Christy Feigenbutz, ANP-OEHN nominated Laura Miller17. Emily Minner, ACPNP nominated Susan Jonas18. Jonathan Van Nuys, ANP-HIV nominated Clarissa Ospina-Norvell19. KortneyParman, FNP nominated Carol Lemmon20. Rebecca Kooistra, FNP nominated Steven Leiner21. Erin Bowman, ANP nominated Anne Hughes22. Leesa Benenhaley, RN, FNP candidate 2014 nominated Laurie Galaty23. Michelle Julaton, Pediatrics nominated Carrie Gordon24. Dorothy Liu, FNP nominated Julie Tse25. Dara Nunn, ACPNP nominated Colette O'Brien 26. Maia Entropo, OEH-ANP nominated Ann Thrailkill27. Maia Entropo, OEH-ANP nominated Mercy Egbujor28. Lindsay Rodgers, ANP nominated Jonathan Lee 29. Jonathan Van Nuys, ANP-HIV nominated Joanna Eveland, MD
  • “{My Preceptor} was consistently enthusiastic about both teaching us and serving patients by providing the best evidence-based care, modeling good relationships with patients and a collaborative patient-centered approach, and a community based holistic model” “{My Preceptor} was warm, welcoming, and good at giving constructive feedback to help us learn and build confidence.” “{My Preceptor} is skilled at finding and creating learning opportunities for students so that the clinical rotation continues to challenge and expand students experience and knowledge. {My Preceptor} has been preceptor to other preceptors and her expertise is widely recognized and respected.” “{My Preceptor} is highly motivated to serve her patients as well as the students that come to learn from {My Preceptor}.” “{My Preceptor} runs a busy clinic and was still always able to answer questions and address concerns.”“{My Preceptor} is an excellent role model and I am glad to have had the opportunity to work with {My Preceptor}.” “{My Preceptor} has great intuition in understanding the student's level.”“{My Preceptor} is very approachable and is always willing to answer questions.”“{My Preceptor} provided excellent experiences, helped me meet all the goals for my program planning course and helped me learn in {My Preceptor} clinic.” “{My Preceptor} gave me experiences was much more than I could have hoped for.” “{My Preceptor} went above and beyond what was expected and was always thoughtful and careful in planning our hours together. “{My Preceptor} was an absolutely wonderful. From the preparatory information she provided before the rotation to the way she helped me develop my skills as a student NP. She had excellent rapport with the patients (both the kids and the families) and was really able to guide my clinic experience while also giving me space to develop my own skills and style.”“Working with {My Preceptor} was an experience that reinforced to me the importance and happy surprises in staying open-minded about opportunities that are given to me.” “{My Preceptor} is an exceptional teacher as she provided me with positive criticism along with helpful suggestions for improving/shortening my oral presentations, accurately conducting my physical examinations and often tested my knowledge of various disease processes. Never, did I feel intimidated or humiliated by {My Preceptor}! I always felt supported!”“Despite a very busy clinical schedule, {My Preceptor} always manages to find time for me and makes me feel that I am a priority.”“{My Preceptor} patience is astounding.”As a student, I appreciated the fact that {My Preceptor} always valued my suggestions and encouraged my input.” “{My Preceptor} is very supportive, knowledgeable, and generous with her time.”“{My Preceptor} spends considerable time discussing clinical issues as they arise and devises thoughtful assignments during clinic to foster the learning experience.” “{My Preceptor} is a credit to the profession and the school and is worthy of recognition.”The experience I had with {My Preceptor} gave me greater confidence in myself.”“{My Preceptor} showed us how to shape our own attitude, caring and personhood into becoming an effective nurse.” “{My Preceptor} can effortlessly and successfully manages a clinic, take care of patients, take care of the staff, and precept a student. She is a role model for patient care in the clinic.”“{My Preceptor} caring way with the patients regardless of time pressures, high standards, and exceptional knowledge are awe inspiring.”“{My Preceptor} was a wonderful, patient, energetic, and understanding preceptor who ensured I had a highly educational and rewarding experience.” “{My Preceptor} provided guidance and positive feedback that allowed me to grow in my role.” “I learned so much from every encounter with {My Preceptor}.”“{My Preceptor} recognized my strengths and talents, allowing me to function independently when appropriate while being available when I need guidance or have questions.” “{My Preceptor} stays later at work to accommodate my learning and never rushed my learning process.” “{My Preceptor} continually challenges us to think critically about clinical issues and to understand why we are doing what we are doing. It is not enough to just go through the motions; we must be able to use logic and reason to arrive at a diagnosis and management plan succinctly and completely.”“{My Preceptor} is an invaluable asset to the School of Nursing.” “Residents and staff light up when they see {My Preceptor}.” When I have told friends and colleagues about my experience learning from {My Preceptor}, I describe her as ""Florence Nightengale-esque"" as she embodies so many of the great qualities of the ultimate nurse leader.” “I learned from both {My Preceptor} research and example that it is critical to learn about patients as people- to know their stories- in order to gain trust and provide dignified end of life care.” “{My Preceptor} positioned herself as a guide, allowing space for me to identify as a practitioner and less as a student. Of course, I never lost sight of being a student, the mechanism just allowed me to tap into my own understanding of strength and wisdom instead of feeling uncertain.” “{My Preceptor} helps her students build confidence in their knowledge and skills.”
  • Helen Martin Award 2013, List of Nominator and Nominees 1.Carrie Schiff, FNP nominated Kim Honda2. Sarah Dulaney, Geriatric CNS nominated Marilyn Williams3. Mary Patton, Pediatrics, APPN nominated Kim Honda4. Maria Cardenas, FNP nominated Jessica Marques 5. Jana Duncan, OEHN/ANP nominated Elaine Icenhour6. Corinna Michels, FNP nominated Kimberlee Honda7. Gail Vue, AGNP nominated Janet Stanger8. Lewis Fannon, ANP nominated Susan Brennan9. Katherine Whitley, Psych NP nominated Angel Barrios10. Kelly Wong McGrath, OEH-AGNP nominated Rossana Segovia-Bain11. Jennifer Anderson, FNP nominated Hossein Hassani12. Dan McGuire, ACNP nominated Mitchel Erickson13. Cora Polles, ANP nominated Heather West14. David King, OEH-ANP nominated Cliff Flores15. Elizabeth Ren, Psychiatric Nursing nominated Ebony Parker16. Christy Feigenbutz, ANP-OEHN nominated Laura Miller17. Emily Minner, ACPNP nominated Susan Jonas18. Jonathan Van Nuys, ANP-HIV nominated Clarissa Ospina-Norvell19. KortneyParman, FNP nominated Carol Lemmon20. Rebecca Kooistra, FNP nominated Steven Leiner21. Erin Bowman, ANP nominated Anne Hughes22. Leesa Benenhaley, RN, FNP candidate 2014 nominated Laurie Galaty23. Michelle Julaton, Pediatrics nominated Carrie Gordon24. Dorothy Liu, FNP nominated Julie Tse25. Dara Nunn, ACPNP nominated Colette O'Brien 26. Maia Entropo, OEH-ANP nominated Ann Thrailkill27. Maia Entropo, OEH-ANP nominated Mercy Egbujor28. Lindsay Rodgers, ANP nominated Jonathan Lee 29. Jonathan Van Nuys, ANP-HIV nominated Joanna Eveland, MD
  • “{My Preceptor} was consistently enthusiastic about both teaching us and serving patients by providing the best evidence-based care, modeling good relationships with patients and a collaborative patient-centered approach, and a community based holistic model” “{My Preceptor} was warm, welcoming, and good at giving constructive feedback to help us learn and build confidence.” “{My Preceptor} is skilled at finding and creating learning opportunities for students so that the clinical rotation continues to challenge and expand students experience and knowledge. {My Preceptor} has been preceptor to other preceptors and her expertise is widely recognized and respected.” “{My Preceptor} is highly motivated to serve her patients as well as the students that come to learn from {My Preceptor}.” “{My Preceptor} runs a busy clinic and was still always able to answer questions and address concerns.”“{My Preceptor} is an excellent role model and I am glad to have had the opportunity to work with {My Preceptor}.” “{My Preceptor} has great intuition in understanding the student's level.”“{My Preceptor} is very approachable and is always willing to answer questions.”“{My Preceptor} provided excellent experiences, helped me meet all the goals for my program planning course and helped me learn in {My Preceptor} clinic.” “{My Preceptor} gave me experiences was much more than I could have hoped for.” “{My Preceptor} went above and beyond what was expected and was always thoughtful and careful in planning our hours together. “{My Preceptor} was an absolutely wonderful. From the preparatory information she provided before the rotation to the way she helped me develop my skills as a student NP. She had excellent rapport with the patients (both the kids and the families) and was really able to guide my clinic experience while also giving me space to develop my own skills and style.”“Working with {My Preceptor} was an experience that reinforced to me the importance and happy surprises in staying open-minded about opportunities that are given to me.” “{My Preceptor} is an exceptional teacher as she provided me with positive criticism along with helpful suggestions for improving/shortening my oral presentations, accurately conducting my physical examinations and often tested my knowledge of various disease processes. Never, did I feel intimidated or humiliated by {My Preceptor}! I always felt supported!”“Despite a very busy clinical schedule, {My Preceptor} always manages to find time for me and makes me feel that I am a priority.”“{My Preceptor} patience is astounding.”As a student, I appreciated the fact that {My Preceptor} always valued my suggestions and encouraged my input.” “{My Preceptor} is very supportive, knowledgeable, and generous with her time.”“{My Preceptor} spends considerable time discussing clinical issues as they arise and devises thoughtful assignments during clinic to foster the learning experience.” “{My Preceptor} is a credit to the profession and the school and is worthy of recognition.”The experience I had with {My Preceptor} gave me greater confidence in myself.”“{My Preceptor} showed us how to shape our own attitude, caring and personhood into becoming an effective nurse.” “{My Preceptor} can effortlessly and successfully manages a clinic, take care of patients, take care of the staff, and precept a student. She is a role model for patient care in the clinic.”“{My Preceptor} caring way with the patients regardless of time pressures, high standards, and exceptional knowledge are awe inspiring.”“{My Preceptor} was a wonderful, patient, energetic, and understanding preceptor who ensured I had a highly educational and rewarding experience.” “{My Preceptor} provided guidance and positive feedback that allowed me to grow in my role.” “I learned so much from every encounter with {My Preceptor}.”“{My Preceptor} recognized my strengths and talents, allowing me to function independently when appropriate while being available when I need guidance or have questions.” “{My Preceptor} stays later at work to accommodate my learning and never rushed my learning process.” “{My Preceptor} continually challenges us to think critically about clinical issues and to understand why we are doing what we are doing. It is not enough to just go through the motions; we must be able to use logic and reason to arrive at a diagnosis and management plan succinctly and completely.”“{My Preceptor} is an invaluable asset to the School of Nursing.” “Residents and staff light up when they see {My Preceptor}.” When I have told friends and colleagues about my experience learning from {My Preceptor}, I describe her as ""Florence Nightengale-esque"" as she embodies so many of the great qualities of the ultimate nurse leader.” “I learned from both {My Preceptor} research and example that it is critical to learn about patients as people- to know their stories- in order to gain trust and provide dignified end of life care.” “{My Preceptor} positioned herself as a guide, allowing space for me to identify as a practitioner and less as a student. Of course, I never lost sight of being a student, the mechanism just allowed me to tap into my own understanding of strength and wisdom instead of feeling uncertain.” “{My Preceptor} helps her students build confidence in their knowledge and skills.”
  • Helen Martin Award 2013, List of Nominator and Nominees 1.Carrie Schiff, FNP nominated Kim Honda2. Sarah Dulaney, Geriatric CNS nominated Marilyn Williams3. Mary Patton, Pediatrics, APPN nominated Kim Honda4. Maria Cardenas, FNP nominated Jessica Marques 5. Jana Duncan, OEHN/ANP nominated Elaine Icenhour6. Corinna Michels, FNP nominated Kimberlee Honda7. Gail Vue, AGNP nominated Janet Stanger8. Lewis Fannon, ANP nominated Susan Brennan9. Katherine Whitley, Psych NP nominated Angel Barrios10. Kelly Wong McGrath, OEH-AGNP nominated Rossana Segovia-Bain11. Jennifer Anderson, FNP nominated Hossein Hassani12. Dan McGuire, ACNP nominated Mitchel Erickson13. Cora Polles, ANP nominated Heather West14. David King, OEH-ANP nominated Cliff Flores15. Elizabeth Ren, Psychiatric Nursing nominated Ebony Parker16. Christy Feigenbutz, ANP-OEHN nominated Laura Miller17. Emily Minner, ACPNP nominated Susan Jonas18. Jonathan Van Nuys, ANP-HIV nominated Clarissa Ospina-Norvell19. KortneyParman, FNP nominated Carol Lemmon20. Rebecca Kooistra, FNP nominated Steven Leiner21. Erin Bowman, ANP nominated Anne Hughes22. Leesa Benenhaley, RN, FNP candidate 2014 nominated Laurie Galaty23. Michelle Julaton, Pediatrics nominated Carrie Gordon24. Dorothy Liu, FNP nominated Julie Tse25. Dara Nunn, ACPNP nominated Colette O'Brien 26. Maia Entropo, OEH-ANP nominated Ann Thrailkill27. Maia Entropo, OEH-ANP nominated Mercy Egbujor28. Lindsay Rodgers, ANP nominated Jonathan Lee 29. Jonathan Van Nuys, ANP-HIV nominated Joanna Eveland, MD
  • “{My Preceptor} was consistently enthusiastic about both teaching us and serving patients by providing the best evidence-based care, modeling good relationships with patients and a collaborative patient-centered approach, and a community based holistic model” “{My Preceptor} was warm, welcoming, and good at giving constructive feedback to help us learn and build confidence.” “{My Preceptor} is skilled at finding and creating learning opportunities for students so that the clinical rotation continues to challenge and expand students experience and knowledge. {My Preceptor} has been preceptor to other preceptors and her expertise is widely recognized and respected.” “{My Preceptor} is highly motivated to serve her patients as well as the students that come to learn from {My Preceptor}.” “{My Preceptor} runs a busy clinic and was still always able to answer questions and address concerns.”“{My Preceptor} is an excellent role model and I am glad to have had the opportunity to work with {My Preceptor}.” “{My Preceptor} has great intuition in understanding the student's level.”“{My Preceptor} is very approachable and is always willing to answer questions.”“{My Preceptor} provided excellent experiences, helped me meet all the goals for my program planning course and helped me learn in {My Preceptor} clinic.” “{My Preceptor} gave me experiences was much more than I could have hoped for.” “{My Preceptor} went above and beyond what was expected and was always thoughtful and careful in planning our hours together. “{My Preceptor} was an absolutely wonderful. From the preparatory information she provided before the rotation to the way she helped me develop my skills as a student NP. She had excellent rapport with the patients (both the kids and the families) and was really able to guide my clinic experience while also giving me space to develop my own skills and style.”“Working with {My Preceptor} was an experience that reinforced to me the importance and happy surprises in staying open-minded about opportunities that are given to me.” “{My Preceptor} is an exceptional teacher as she provided me with positive criticism along with helpful suggestions for improving/shortening my oral presentations, accurately conducting my physical examinations and often tested my knowledge of various disease processes. Never, did I feel intimidated or humiliated by {My Preceptor}! I always felt supported!”“Despite a very busy clinical schedule, {My Preceptor} always manages to find time for me and makes me feel that I am a priority.”“{My Preceptor} patience is astounding.”As a student, I appreciated the fact that {My Preceptor} always valued my suggestions and encouraged my input.” “{My Preceptor} is very supportive, knowledgeable, and generous with her time.”“{My Preceptor} spends considerable time discussing clinical issues as they arise and devises thoughtful assignments during clinic to foster the learning experience.” “{My Preceptor} is a credit to the profession and the school and is worthy of recognition.”The experience I had with {My Preceptor} gave me greater confidence in myself.”“{My Preceptor} showed us how to shape our own attitude, caring and personhood into becoming an effective nurse.” “{My Preceptor} can effortlessly and successfully manages a clinic, take care of patients, take care of the staff, and precept a student. She is a role model for patient care in the clinic.”“{My Preceptor} caring way with the patients regardless of time pressures, high standards, and exceptional knowledge are awe inspiring.”“{My Preceptor} was a wonderful, patient, energetic, and understanding preceptor who ensured I had a highly educational and rewarding experience.” “{My Preceptor} provided guidance and positive feedback that allowed me to grow in my role.” “I learned so much from every encounter with {My Preceptor}.”“{My Preceptor} recognized my strengths and talents, allowing me to function independently when appropriate while being available when I need guidance or have questions.” “{My Preceptor} stays later at work to accommodate my learning and never rushed my learning process.” “{My Preceptor} continually challenges us to think critically about clinical issues and to understand why we are doing what we are doing. It is not enough to just go through the motions; we must be able to use logic and reason to arrive at a diagnosis and management plan succinctly and completely.”“{My Preceptor} is an invaluable asset to the School of Nursing.” “Residents and staff light up when they see {My Preceptor}.” When I have told friends and colleagues about my experience learning from {My Preceptor}, I describe her as ""Florence Nightengale-esque"" as she embodies so many of the great qualities of the ultimate nurse leader.” “I learned from both {My Preceptor} research and example that it is critical to learn about patients as people- to know their stories- in order to gain trust and provide dignified end of life care.” “{My Preceptor} positioned herself as a guide, allowing space for me to identify as a practitioner and less as a student. Of course, I never lost sight of being a student, the mechanism just allowed me to tap into my own understanding of strength and wisdom instead of feeling uncertain.” “{My Preceptor} helps her students build confidence in their knowledge and skills.”
  • Helen Martin Award 2013, List of Nominator and Nominees 1.Carrie Schiff, FNP nominated Kim Honda2. Sarah Dulaney, Geriatric CNS nominated Marilyn Williams3. Mary Patton, Pediatrics, APPN nominated Kim Honda4. Maria Cardenas, FNP nominated Jessica Marques 5. Jana Duncan, OEHN/ANP nominated Elaine Icenhour6. Corinna Michels, FNP nominated Kimberlee Honda7. Gail Vue, AGNP nominated Janet Stanger8. Lewis Fannon, ANP nominated Susan Brennan9. Katherine Whitley, Psych NP nominated Angel Barrios10. Kelly Wong McGrath, OEH-AGNP nominated Rossana Segovia-Bain11. Jennifer Anderson, FNP nominated Hossein Hassani12. Dan McGuire, ACNP nominated Mitchel Erickson13. Cora Polles, ANP nominated Heather West14. David King, OEH-ANP nominated Cliff Flores15. Elizabeth Ren, Psychiatric Nursing nominated Ebony Parker16. Christy Feigenbutz, ANP-OEHN nominated Laura Miller17. Emily Minner, ACPNP nominated Susan Jonas18. Jonathan Van Nuys, ANP-HIV nominated Clarissa Ospina-Norvell19. KortneyParman, FNP nominated Carol Lemmon20. Rebecca Kooistra, FNP nominated Steven Leiner21. Erin Bowman, ANP nominated Anne Hughes22. Leesa Benenhaley, RN, FNP candidate 2014 nominated Laurie Galaty23. Michelle Julaton, Pediatrics nominated Carrie Gordon24. Dorothy Liu, FNP nominated Julie Tse25. Dara Nunn, ACPNP nominated Colette O'Brien 26. Maia Entropo, OEH-ANP nominated Ann Thrailkill27. Maia Entropo, OEH-ANP nominated Mercy Egbujor28. Lindsay Rodgers, ANP nominated Jonathan Lee 29. Jonathan Van Nuys, ANP-HIV nominated Joanna Eveland, MD
  • “{My Preceptor} was consistently enthusiastic about both teaching us and serving patients by providing the best evidence-based care, modeling good relationships with patients and a collaborative patient-centered approach, and a community based holistic model” “{My Preceptor} was warm, welcoming, and good at giving constructive feedback to help us learn and build confidence.” “{My Preceptor} is skilled at finding and creating learning opportunities for students so that the clinical rotation continues to challenge and expand students experience and knowledge. {My Preceptor} has been preceptor to other preceptors and her expertise is widely recognized and respected.” “{My Preceptor} is highly motivated to serve her patients as well as the students that come to learn from {My Preceptor}.” “{My Preceptor} runs a busy clinic and was still always able to answer questions and address concerns.”“{My Preceptor} is an excellent role model and I am glad to have had the opportunity to work with {My Preceptor}.” “{My Preceptor} has great intuition in understanding the student's level.”“{My Preceptor} is very approachable and is always willing to answer questions.”“{My Preceptor} provided excellent experiences, helped me meet all the goals for my program planning course and helped me learn in {My Preceptor} clinic.” “{My Preceptor} gave me experiences was much more than I could have hoped for.” “{My Preceptor} went above and beyond what was expected and was always thoughtful and careful in planning our hours together. “{My Preceptor} was an absolutely wonderful. From the preparatory information she provided before the rotation to the way she helped me develop my skills as a student NP. She had excellent rapport with the patients (both the kids and the families) and was really able to guide my clinic experience while also giving me space to develop my own skills and style.”“Working with {My Preceptor} was an experience that reinforced to me the importance and happy surprises in staying open-minded about opportunities that are given to me.” “{My Preceptor} is an exceptional teacher as she provided me with positive criticism along with helpful suggestions for improving/shortening my oral presentations, accurately conducting my physical examinations and often tested my knowledge of various disease processes. Never, did I feel intimidated or humiliated by {My Preceptor}! I always felt supported!”“Despite a very busy clinical schedule, {My Preceptor} always manages to find time for me and makes me feel that I am a priority.”“{My Preceptor} patience is astounding.”As a student, I appreciated the fact that {My Preceptor} always valued my suggestions and encouraged my input.” “{My Preceptor} is very supportive, knowledgeable, and generous with her time.”“{My Preceptor} spends considerable time discussing clinical issues as they arise and devises thoughtful assignments during clinic to foster the learning experience.” “{My Preceptor} is a credit to the profession and the school and is worthy of recognition.”The experience I had with {My Preceptor} gave me greater confidence in myself.”“{My Preceptor} showed us how to shape our own attitude, caring and personhood into becoming an effective nurse.” “{My Preceptor} can effortlessly and successfully manages a clinic, take care of patients, take care of the staff, and precept a student. She is a role model for patient care in the clinic.”“{My Preceptor} caring way with the patients regardless of time pressures, high standards, and exceptional knowledge are awe inspiring.”“{My Preceptor} was a wonderful, patient, energetic, and understanding preceptor who ensured I had a highly educational and rewarding experience.” “{My Preceptor} provided guidance and positive feedback that allowed me to grow in my role.” “I learned so much from every encounter with {My Preceptor}.”“{My Preceptor} recognized my strengths and talents, allowing me to function independently when appropriate while being available when I need guidance or have questions.” “{My Preceptor} stays later at work to accommodate my learning and never rushed my learning process.” “{My Preceptor} continually challenges us to think critically about clinical issues and to understand why we are doing what we are doing. It is not enough to just go through the motions; we must be able to use logic and reason to arrive at a diagnosis and management plan succinctly and completely.”“{My Preceptor} is an invaluable asset to the School of Nursing.” “Residents and staff light up when they see {My Preceptor}.” When I have told friends and colleagues about my experience learning from {My Preceptor}, I describe her as ""Florence Nightengale-esque"" as she embodies so many of the great qualities of the ultimate nurse leader.” “I learned from both {My Preceptor} research and example that it is critical to learn about patients as people- to know their stories- in order to gain trust and provide dignified end of life care.” “{My Preceptor} positioned herself as a guide, allowing space for me to identify as a practitioner and less as a student. Of course, I never lost sight of being a student, the mechanism just allowed me to tap into my own understanding of strength and wisdom instead of feeling uncertain.” “{My Preceptor} helps her students build confidence in their knowledge and skills.”
  • Helen Martin Award 2013, List of Nominator and Nominees 1.Carrie Schiff, FNP nominated Kim Honda2. Sarah Dulaney, Geriatric CNS nominated Marilyn Williams3. Mary Patton, Pediatrics, APPN nominated Kim Honda4. Maria Cardenas, FNP nominated Jessica Marques 5. Jana Duncan, OEHN/ANP nominated Elaine Icenhour6. Corinna Michels, FNP nominated Kimberlee Honda7. Gail Vue, AGNP nominated Janet Stanger8. Lewis Fannon, ANP nominated Susan Brennan9. Katherine Whitley, Psych NP nominated Angel Barrios10. Kelly Wong McGrath, OEH-AGNP nominated Rossana Segovia-Bain11. Jennifer Anderson, FNP nominated Hossein Hassani12. Dan McGuire, ACNP nominated Mitchel Erickson13. Cora Polles, ANP nominated Heather West14. David King, OEH-ANP nominated Cliff Flores15. Elizabeth Ren, Psychiatric Nursing nominated Ebony Parker16. Christy Feigenbutz, ANP-OEHN nominated Laura Miller17. Emily Minner, ACPNP nominated Susan Jonas18. Jonathan Van Nuys, ANP-HIV nominated Clarissa Ospina-Norvell19. KortneyParman, FNP nominated Carol Lemmon20. Rebecca Kooistra, FNP nominated Steven Leiner21. Erin Bowman, ANP nominated Anne Hughes22. Leesa Benenhaley, RN, FNP candidate 2014 nominated Laurie Galaty23. Michelle Julaton, Pediatrics nominated Carrie Gordon24. Dorothy Liu, FNP nominated Julie Tse25. Dara Nunn, ACPNP nominated Colette O'Brien 26. Maia Entropo, OEH-ANP nominated Ann Thrailkill27. Maia Entropo, OEH-ANP nominated Mercy Egbujor28. Lindsay Rodgers, ANP nominated Jonathan Lee 29. Jonathan Van Nuys, ANP-HIV nominated Joanna Eveland, MD
  • “{My Preceptor} was consistently enthusiastic about both teaching us and serving patients by providing the best evidence-based care, modeling good relationships with patients and a collaborative patient-centered approach, and a community based holistic model” “{My Preceptor} was warm, welcoming, and good at giving constructive feedback to help us learn and build confidence.” “{My Preceptor} is skilled at finding and creating learning opportunities for students so that the clinical rotation continues to challenge and expand students experience and knowledge. {My Preceptor} has been preceptor to other preceptors and her expertise is widely recognized and respected.” “{My Preceptor} is highly motivated to serve her patients as well as the students that come to learn from {My Preceptor}.” “{My Preceptor} runs a busy clinic and was still always able to answer questions and address concerns.”“{My Preceptor} is an excellent role model and I am glad to have had the opportunity to work with {My Preceptor}.” “{My Preceptor} has great intuition in understanding the student's level.”“{My Preceptor} is very approachable and is always willing to answer questions.”“{My Preceptor} provided excellent experiences, helped me meet all the goals for my program planning course and helped me learn in {My Preceptor} clinic.” “{My Preceptor} gave me experiences was much more than I could have hoped for.” “{My Preceptor} went above and beyond what was expected and was always thoughtful and careful in planning our hours together. “{My Preceptor} was an absolutely wonderful. From the preparatory information she provided before the rotation to the way she helped me develop my skills as a student NP. She had excellent rapport with the patients (both the kids and the families) and was really able to guide my clinic experience while also giving me space to develop my own skills and style.”“Working with {My Preceptor} was an experience that reinforced to me the importance and happy surprises in staying open-minded about opportunities that are given to me.” “{My Preceptor} is an exceptional teacher as she provided me with positive criticism along with helpful suggestions for improving/shortening my oral presentations, accurately conducting my physical examinations and often tested my knowledge of various disease processes. Never, did I feel intimidated or humiliated by {My Preceptor}! I always felt supported!”“Despite a very busy clinical schedule, {My Preceptor} always manages to find time for me and makes me feel that I am a priority.”“{My Preceptor} patience is astounding.”As a student, I appreciated the fact that {My Preceptor} always valued my suggestions and encouraged my input.” “{My Preceptor} is very supportive, knowledgeable, and generous with her time.”“{My Preceptor} spends considerable time discussing clinical issues as they arise and devises thoughtful assignments during clinic to foster the learning experience.” “{My Preceptor} is a credit to the profession and the school and is worthy of recognition.”The experience I had with {My Preceptor} gave me greater confidence in myself.”“{My Preceptor} showed us how to shape our own attitude, caring and personhood into becoming an effective nurse.” “{My Preceptor} can effortlessly and successfully manages a clinic, take care of patients, take care of the staff, and precept a student. She is a role model for patient care in the clinic.”“{My Preceptor} caring way with the patients regardless of time pressures, high standards, and exceptional knowledge are awe inspiring.”“{My Preceptor} was a wonderful, patient, energetic, and understanding preceptor who ensured I had a highly educational and rewarding experience.” “{My Preceptor} provided guidance and positive feedback that allowed me to grow in my role.” “I learned so much from every encounter with {My Preceptor}.”“{My Preceptor} recognized my strengths and talents, allowing me to function independently when appropriate while being available when I need guidance or have questions.” “{My Preceptor} stays later at work to accommodate my learning and never rushed my learning process.” “{My Preceptor} continually challenges us to think critically about clinical issues and to understand why we are doing what we are doing. It is not enough to just go through the motions; we must be able to use logic and reason to arrive at a diagnosis and management plan succinctly and completely.”“{My Preceptor} is an invaluable asset to the School of Nursing.” “Residents and staff light up when they see {My Preceptor}.” When I have told friends and colleagues about my experience learning from {My Preceptor}, I describe her as ""Florence Nightengale-esque"" as she embodies so many of the great qualities of the ultimate nurse leader.” “I learned from both {My Preceptor} research and example that it is critical to learn about patients as people- to know their stories- in order to gain trust and provide dignified end of life care.” “{My Preceptor} positioned herself as a guide, allowing space for me to identify as a practitioner and less as a student. Of course, I never lost sight of being a student, the mechanism just allowed me to tap into my own understanding of strength and wisdom instead of feeling uncertain.” “{My Preceptor} helps her students build confidence in their knowledge and skills.”
  • Helen Martin Award 2013, List of Nominator and Nominees 1.Carrie Schiff, FNP nominated Kim Honda2. Sarah Dulaney, Geriatric CNS nominated Marilyn Williams3. Mary Patton, Pediatrics, APPN nominated Kim Honda4. Maria Cardenas, FNP nominated Jessica Marques 5. Jana Duncan, OEHN/ANP nominated Elaine Icenhour6. Corinna Michels, FNP nominated Kimberlee Honda7. Gail Vue, AGNP nominated Janet Stanger8. Lewis Fannon, ANP nominated Susan Brennan9. Katherine Whitley, Psych NP nominated Angel Barrios10. Kelly Wong McGrath, OEH-AGNP nominated Rossana Segovia-Bain11. Jennifer Anderson, FNP nominated Hossein Hassani12. Dan McGuire, ACNP nominated Mitchel Erickson13. Cora Polles, ANP nominated Heather West14. David King, OEH-ANP nominated Cliff Flores15. Elizabeth Ren, Psychiatric Nursing nominated Ebony Parker16. Christy Feigenbutz, ANP-OEHN nominated Laura Miller17. Emily Minner, ACPNP nominated Susan Jonas18. Jonathan Van Nuys, ANP-HIV nominated Clarissa Ospina-Norvell19. KortneyParman, FNP nominated Carol Lemmon20. Rebecca Kooistra, FNP nominated Steven Leiner21. Erin Bowman, ANP nominated Anne Hughes22. Leesa Benenhaley, RN, FNP candidate 2014 nominated Laurie Galaty23. Michelle Julaton, Pediatrics nominated Carrie Gordon24. Dorothy Liu, FNP nominated Julie Tse25. Dara Nunn, ACPNP nominated Colette O'Brien 26. Maia Entropo, OEH-ANP nominated Ann Thrailkill27. Maia Entropo, OEH-ANP nominated Mercy Egbujor28. Lindsay Rodgers, ANP nominated Jonathan Lee 29. Jonathan Van Nuys, ANP-HIV nominated Joanna Eveland, MD
  • “{My Preceptor} was consistently enthusiastic about both teaching us and serving patients by providing the best evidence-based care, modeling good relationships with patients and a collaborative patient-centered approach, and a community based holistic model” “{My Preceptor} was warm, welcoming, and good at giving constructive feedback to help us learn and build confidence.” “{My Preceptor} is skilled at finding and creating learning opportunities for students so that the clinical rotation continues to challenge and expand students experience and knowledge. {My Preceptor} has been preceptor to other preceptors and her expertise is widely recognized and respected.” “{My Preceptor} is highly motivated to serve her patients as well as the students that come to learn from {My Preceptor}.” “{My Preceptor} runs a busy clinic and was still always able to answer questions and address concerns.”“{My Preceptor} is an excellent role model and I am glad to have had the opportunity to work with {My Preceptor}.” “{My Preceptor} is amazing.”“{My Preceptor} has great intuition in understanding the student's level.”“{My Preceptor} is very approachable and is always willing to answer questions.”“{My Preceptor} provided excellent experiences, helped me meet all the goals for my program planning course and helped me learn in {My Preceptor} clinic.” “{My Preceptor} gave me experiences was much more than I could have hoped for.” “{My Preceptor} went above and beyond what was expected and was always thoughtful and careful in planning our hours together. “{My Preceptor} made it very clear that she was committed to this preceptor-ship and was eager to teach me and give me all of the experiences she was able. I learned so much through this rotation and found it to be one of the more valuable experiences I have had at UCSF” “{My Preceptor} was an absolutely wonderful. From the preparatory information she provided before the rotation to the way she helped me develop my skills as a student NP. She had excellent rapport with the patients (both the kids and the families) and was really able to guide my clinic experience while also giving me space to develop my own skills and style.”“Working with {My Preceptor} was an experience that reinforced to me the importance and happy surprises in staying open-minded about opportunities that are given to me.” “{My Preceptor} is an exceptional teacher as she provided me with positive criticism along with helpful suggestions for improving/shortening my oral presentations, accurately conducting my physical examinations and often tested my knowledge of various disease processes. Never, did I feel intimidated or humiliated by {My Preceptor}! I always felt supported!”“Despite a very busy clinical schedule, {My Preceptor} always manages to find time for me and makes me feel that I am a priority.”“{My Preceptor} patience is astounding.”As a student, I appreciated the fact that {My Preceptor} always valued my suggestions and encouraged my input.” I am a better nurse for having worked with {My Preceptor}.”“{My Preceptor} is very supportive, knowledgeable, and generous with her time.”“{My Preceptor} spends considerable time discussing clinical issues as they arise and devises thoughtful assignments during clinic to foster the learning experience.” “{My Preceptor} is a credit to the profession and the school and is worthy of recognition.”The experience I had with {My Preceptor} gave me greater confidence in myself.”“{My Preceptor} showed us how to shape our own attitude, caring and personhood into becoming an effective nurse.” “{My Preceptor} can effortlessly and successfully manages a clinic, take care of patients, take care of the staff, and precept a student. She is a role model for patient care in the clinic.”“{My Preceptor} caring way with the patients regardless of time pressures, high standards, and exceptional knowledge are awe inspiring.”“{My Preceptor} was a wonderful, patient, energetic, and understanding preceptor who ensured I had a highly educational and rewarding experience.” “{My Preceptor} provided guidance and positive feedback that allowed me to grow in my role.” “I learned so much from every encounter with {My Preceptor}.”“{My Preceptor} recognized my strengths and talents, allowing me to function independently when appropriate while being available when I need guidance or have questions.” “{My Preceptor} stays later at work to accommodate my learning and never rushed my learning process.” “{My Preceptor} continually challenges us to think critically about clinical issues and to understand why we are doing what we are doing. It is not enough to just go through the motions; we must be able to use logic and reason to arrive at a diagnosis and management plan succinctly and completely.”“{My Preceptor} is an invaluable asset to the School of Nursing.” “Residents and staff light up when they see {My Preceptor}.” When I have told friends and colleagues about my experience learning from {My Preceptor}, I describe her as ""Florence Nightengale-esque"" as she embodies so many of the great qualities of the ultimate nurse leader.” “I learned from both {My Preceptor} research and example that it is critical to learn about patients as people- to know their stories- in order to gain trust and provide dignified end of life care.” “{My Preceptor} positioned herself as a guide, allowing space for me to identify as a practitioner and less as a student. Of course, I never lost sight of being a student, the mechanism just allowed me to tap into my own understanding of strength and wisdom instead of feeling uncertain.” “{My Preceptor} is incredibly approachable and full of wisdom both clinically and personally.” “{My Preceptor} helps her students build confidence in their knowledge and skills.” “{My Preceptor} instilled confidence and fostered autonomy in my abilities toward becoming what I am today.” “Thanks to {My Preceptor} guidance I am developing a solid foundation to build upon in my career.”
  • Ginny and Paul Adams Jon Adland Joy Ammerman Susan and Richard Ammerman Martin M. Anderson Victoria A. Applegate MaricarmenArjona Neal Barnard Pat Berman and Greg Koerper Sigrid Bonner Robert W. Chamberlain Amy and Randal Christensen Sarah L. Dorrance and David R. Kardatzke Kim and Andres Drobny Constance M. '87 and William E. Engler Bonnie Garmus Diana Garmus Annelise Goldberg '90 and Aaron M. Roland '86 Michele A. Gomez '00 and Jonathan Pendleton Lauren and Steven Goodman Mimsy and Martin Goodman Debbi Goodman-Smith and Peter Smith Claudia and Alan H. Goodwin Nancy Greenlee Linda E. Greer Mary Hansell and Carl A. Serrato June Hayakawa-Fung Monique Hosein Linda M. Kaplan Gail Kaplan-Wassell Emily Kiesel Michael Kramer Marilyn Kuksht and Cecil Childress Lisa A. Lestishock '99 Judith Lippe and Jerry Klein Iris F. Litt and Dale C. Garell Rick L. Long Serena Lourie Candy and Tom Martin Sarah J. Martin Chris McCluney Karen N. and Matt R. Meyer Alex Milgram Lisa R. Montang '90 Michael P. Nolden Susan T. Obata '88 Julie K. O'Toole and Steven J. Nemirow Nancy Owen Marie Palazuelos Diane K. Perry-Bowler '85 and Edward J. Bowler Lee L. Pollak Susan Rabinovitz and Curren Warf Karen and Irwin Redlener Lynn and John Sachs Ellen Sakoloff Susan M. Sawyer and George Patton Nora S. Scharf '85 Ben SchweglerRickiSchweizer Jeanne M. Sears '01 Rebecca Shpigel Heidi Sinclair Mary Jane H. and Kurt P. Sligar Patricia S. '74 and Robert Sparacino Mary Tealdi Noelle and Michael Thill Debra Tipton Kathleen Tyner and Scott Stark Matthew Webb Susan and Robert Wolfe JinoosYazdany and ArashAnoshiravani
  • UCSF Helen Martin Faculty Practice Award Reception

    1. 1. Helen Martin FacultyPractice Award ReceptionCelebrating thePower of Preceptors
    2. 2. Remembering Helen Martin
    3. 3. My Preceptor“…was consistently enthusiasticabout both teaching us andserving patients by providingthe best evidence-basedcare, modeling goodrelationships with patients anda collaborative patient-centered approach, and acommunity based holisticmodel”
    4. 4. Remembering Helen Martin
    5. 5. My Preceptor“…instilled confidence andfostered autonomy in myabilities toward becomingwhat I am today.”
    6. 6. Remembering Helen Martin
    7. 7. My Preceptor“…helped me not only meetbut exceed all the goals formy program planningcourse.”
    8. 8. Remembering Helen Martin
    9. 9. My Preceptor“…is highly motivated toserve her patients as well asthe students that are here tolearn”
    10. 10. Remembering Helen Martin
    11. 11. My Preceptor“…always manages to findtime for me and makes mefeel that I am a priority.”
    12. 12. Remembering Helen Martin
    13. 13. My Preceptor“…has patience thatis astounding.”
    14. 14. Remembering Helen Martin
    15. 15. My Preceptor“…spends considerabletime discussing clinicalissues as they arise anddevises thoughtfulassignments during clinicto foster the learningexperience.”
    16. 16. Remembering Helen Martin
    17. 17. My Preceptor“…is skilled at finding andcreating learningopportunities for studentsso that the clinical rotationcontinues to challenge andexpand our experience andknowledge.”
    18. 18. Remembering Helen Martin
    19. 19. My Preceptor“…is an excellent rolemodel and I am glad tohave had theopportunity to workwith them.”
    20. 20. Remembering Helen Martin
    21. 21. My Preceptor“…has great intuitionin understanding thestudents level.”
    22. 22. Remembering Helen Martin
    23. 23. My Preceptor“…waswarm, welcoming, andgood at givingconstructive feedbackto help us learn andbuild confidence.”
    24. 24. Remembering Helen Martin
    25. 25. My Preceptor“…is amazing.”
    26. 26. Remembering Helen Martin
    27. 27. My Preceptor“…ensured I had ahighly educational andrewarding experience.”
    28. 28. Remembering Helen Martin
    29. 29. My Preceptor“…has great intuition inunderstanding the studentslevel.”
    30. 30. Remembering Helen Martin
    31. 31. My Preceptor“… is an invaluableasset to the School ofNursing.”
    32. 32. Remembering Helen Martin
    33. 33. My Preceptor“… helps her studentsbuild confidence intheir knowledge andskills.”
    34. 34. Remembering Helen Martin
    35. 35. My Preceptor“…iswonderful, patient, energetic, andunderstanding!”
    36. 36. Remembering Helen Martin
    37. 37. My Preceptor“…gave me experiencesthat were much morethan I could havehoped for.”
    38. 38. Remembering Helen Martin
    39. 39. My Preceptor“…is incrediblyapproachable and fullof wisdom bothclinically andpersonally.”
    40. 40. Remembering Helen Martin
    41. 41. My Preceptor“…is very approachableand is always willing toanswer questions.”
    42. 42. Remembering Helen Martin
    43. 43. Helen Martin FacultyPractice Award ReceptionCelebrating thePower of Preceptors
    44. 44. Helen Martin Award Honor Roll of Donors Ginny & Paul Adams Jon Adland Joy Ammerman Susan & Richard Ammerman Martin M. Anderson Victoria A. Applegate Maricarmen Arjona Neal Barnard Pat Berman & Greg Koerper Sigrid Bonner Robert W. Chamberlain Amy & Randal Christensen Sarah L. Dorrance & David R.Kardatzke Kim & Andres Drobny Constance M. 87 & William E. Engler Bonnie Garmus Diana Garmus Annelise Goldberg 90 & Aaron M.Roland 86 Michele A. Gomez 00 & JonathanPendleton Lauren & Steven Goodman Mimsy & Martin Goodman Debbi Goodman-Smith & Peter Smith Claudia & Alan H. Goodwin Nancy Greenlee Linda E. Greer Mary Hansell & Carl A. Serrato June Hayakawa-Fung Monique Hosein Linda M. Kaplan Gail Kaplan-Wassell Emily Kiesel Michael Kramer Marilyn Kuksht & Cecil Childress Lisa A. Lestishock 99 Judith Lippe & Jerry Klein Iris F. Litt & Dale C. Garell Rick L. Long Serena Lourie Kurt Martin Candy & Tom Martin Sarah J. Martin Chris McCluney Karen N. & Matt R. Meyer Alex Milgram Lisa R. Montang 90 Michael P. Nolden Susan T. Obata 88 Julie K. OToole & Steven J. Nemirow Nancy Owen Marie Palazuelos Diane K. Perry-Bowler 85 & EdwardJ. Bowler Lee L. Pollak Susan Rabinovitz & Curren Warf Karen & Irwin Redlener Lynn & John Sachs Ellen Sakoloff Susan M. Sawyer and George Patton Nora S. Scharf 85 Ben Schwegler Ricki Schweizer Jeanne M. Sears 01 Rebecca Shpigel Heidi Sinclair Mary Jane H. & Kurt P. Sligar Patricia S. 74 & Robert Sparacino Mary Tealdi Noelle & Michael Thill Debra Tipton Kathleen Tyner & Scott Stark Matthew Webb Susan & Robert Wolfe Jinoos Yazdany & Arash AnoshiravaniAs of May 3, 2013Thank you for yoursupport!
    45. 45. 2013 Helen Martin Award NomineesJulie Tse, FNPKim Honda, FNPKim Honda, FNPKim Honda, FNPLaura Miller, MDLaurie Galaty, RN, CNMMarilyn Williams, CNSMercy Egbujor, FNPMitchel Erickson, ACNPRossana Segovia-Bain, RN, MS, OHNPSteven Leiner, NPSusan Brennan, FNPSusan Jonas, PNPDorothy LiuCarrie SchiffMary PattonCorinna MichelsChristy FeigenbutzLeesa BenenhaleySarah DulaneyMaia EntropoDan McGuireKelly Wong McGrathRebecca KooistraLewis FannonEmily MinnerNominees Nominators
    46. 46. 2013 Helen Martin Award NomineesKatherine WhitleyMaia EntropoErin BowmanKortney ParmanMichelle JulatonJonathan Van NuysDavid KingDara NunnElizabeth RenJana DuncanLewis FannonCora PollesJennifer AndersonGail VueMaria CardenasLindsay RodgersNominees Nominators

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