Three Conestoga College health sciences programs have announced and presented achievement awards to members of the Class of 2003. The awards and winners are as follows.
Irene Comley of Stratford has won the Waterloo Region Base Hospital Program
Student Award for outstanding academic achievement throughout the two-year
program, combined with her helpfulness to student colleagues in both academic
and clinical settings.
Colin Copeland of Kitchener has won the Conestoga College Paramedic Program Award for above-average academic and clinical achievement, leadership among student colleagues and personal commitment to the promotion of the importance of prehospital medical care.
Shannon Jamison of Townsend has won the K and L Health Care Consultants Award for demonstrated initiative, skill and application of theory in clinical situations.
Alexander Kalmar of Waterloo has won the Waterloo Region Emergency Services Employees Award for demonstrated personal and professional growth throughout the program, in both theoretical studies and clinical applications.
Kerri Mitchell of Guelph has won the Region of Waterloo Emergency Medical Services Award for combined effective performance in theoretical subjects, effective performance in clinical practice and initiative, competence and progress in clinical settings.
Program: Practical Nursing
Ludmila Hering of Kitchener has won the Chair's Award for clinical proficiency,
academic performance and leadership among student colleagues.
Tricia King of Kitchener has won the Faculty Award for general proficiency and consistent performance in both theoretical and clinical aspects of the program.
Lisa Reid of Cambridge has won the George Carl Watters Bird Scholarship for her interest in psychiatric nursing, her wish to pursue further studies in the area and her excellence in assessment and therapeutic interpersonal skills.
Natalia Sandoval of Kitchener has won the Sister Beatrice Schnarr Award for overall performance in nursing theory and nursing practice courses.
Program: Personal Support Worker
Claudia Becker of Ayr has won the Faculty Award for Achievement, for
demonstrated continual personal and professional growth throughout the
program, both in theoretical studies and in clinical practice.
Kristine Heaney of Guelph has won the Faculty Award for Proficiency, for academic achievement, successful application of theory to clinical situations and leadership among student colleagues.
Patricia Simington of Fordwich has won the Chair's Award for academic excellence, clinical performance and supportive leadership to student peers.
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