Recognition for Nursing Excellence Inspira Health Nurses Mission, Vision and Values Nursing Research in the New Millennium Conference Information Continuing Education Module 1 Module 2 Module 3 Research Council Information The DAISY Award® DAISY Award® Winners Nominate a Woodbury Nurse Nominate an Inspira Nurse - Elmer, Vineland, Bridgeton 2013 Nursing Annual Report Awards & Accomplishments 2012 Awards & Accomplishments 2011 Quality Teams Shared Governance Magnet Designation Nursing Research The DAISY Award® Inspira invites nominations for The DAISY Award® – which recognizes outstanding licensed nurses for their skillful and compassionate care. Each quarter nurses from the Inspira staff will be chosen to receive the award! Nominate an Extraordinary Inspira Nurse! Patients, visitors, nurses, physicians and employees may nominate a deserving and outstanding licensed nurse who exemplifies Inspira’s commitment to patient care. Our nurses play a crucial role in the patient’s treatment plan and are integral to our organization. Nominating a nurse for the DAISY award allows them the opportunity to be recognized for the high-level, extraordinary care they provide day in and day out. Select the campus below to fill out the form to nominate an award-worthy Inspira nurse! Nominate a Woodbury Nurse! Nominate a Bridgeton, Elmer, or Vineland Nurse! DAISY Awards Celebration The DAISY nominations will be sent to the selection committee at Inspira Woodbury to determine the winner of the quarter. The winning honoree will be celebrated within their department and will receive a DAISY tote bag which contains The DAISY Award® for Extraordinary Nurses certificate, a DAISY award pin, and the Healer’s Touch sculpture and be eligible for additional benefits through The DAISY Foundation, including discounted memberships, tuition rates, and scholarship opportunities! History of the DAISY Award At age 33, J. Patrick Barnes passed away due to complications of Idiopathic Thrombocytopenic Purpura (ITP). His family was so impressed by the compassionate care he received during his hospital stay that they decided to create The DAISY Foundation and The DAISY Award® for Extraordinary Nurses as a way to say “thank you”. Patrick’s wife, Tena came up with the acronym DAISY which stands for Diseases Attacking the Immune System.