Heart Failure Nurse Maven Award

Heart Failure nurses across America provide care for countless numbers afflicted with heart failure. Today’s heart failure nurse is required to be highly technically proficient in a wide range of diagnostic and treatment areas. Heart failure nurses must also continue the nursing tradition of caring in a compassionate way much in the same way as the founder of modern nursing, Florence Nightingale who brought scientific rigor to nursing while preserving her caring touch.

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Mayo Clinic’s Sonja Dahl wins Heart Failure Nurse Maven Award

June, 2014 — Achieving excellence in the field of nursing is often a balancing act that’s both a science and an art, combining technical proficiency and a commitment to...

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Colloquium Names Angie Logan, RN, Heart Failure Nurse Maven Award Winner

June, 2013 — Angela Logan RN, PCCN is dedicated to her hospital, the people entrusted to her care, and her career as a nurse.  While the same could be said for the nearly...

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Bambi Henson is Recipient of Heart Failure Nurse Maven Award

June, 2012 – Bambi Henson, RN, FNP-BC, a nurse practitioner at St. Luke’s Episcopal Hospital Home of the Texas Heart Institute in Houston, Texas, has been named the...

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Jennifer Johntony Wins Nursing Award

June, 2011 – Jennifer Johntony, RN, MSN, CPNP-AC/PC, a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner in the Heart Center at Rainbow Babies and ChildrenÕs Hospital in Cleveland, Ohio, has...

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Jody Bock Receives Heart Failure Nurse Recognition Award

June, 2010 – Jody Bock, RN, CNS has been named the recipient of the Colloquium’s Heart Failure Nurse Recognition award for 2010. Bock is the Director of Professional...

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Mayo Clinic’s Sonja Dahl wins Heart Failure Nurse Maven Award

Sonja Dahl RN, DNP, CNP - Nurse Maven 2014COLUMBUS, Ohio - (June 9, 2014) Achieving excellence in the field of nursing is often a balancing act that’s both a science and an art, combining technical proficiency and a commitment to patient safety with true compassion...