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Rappel: Appel de candidatures – Aidez-nous à souligner la contribution de ces leaders communautaires atteints d’arthrite !

Connaissez-vous quelqu’un atteint d’arthrite qui fait ou a fait preuve de leadership au sein de la collectivité et dont les activités de bénévolat méritent d’être récompensées ? Nous vous encourageons à nous aider à souligner leur précieuse contribution en soumettant leur candidature au prix Qualman-Davies en leadership communautaire en matière d’arthrite.
Qualman-Davies SlideLe prix Qualman-Davies en leadership communautaire en matière d’arthrite a été créé en 2014 afin de souligner la contribution d’un individu aidant les Canadiennes et Canadiens atteints d’arthrite à faire entendre leur voix pour qu’ils puissent prendre part au processus de décision affectant des millions de personnes. C’est justement ce que Ann Qualman et Jim Davies ont accompli. Pionniers de la défense du dossier de l’arthrite au Canada, leurs efforts infatigables et leur dévouement ont permis d’aider des millions de Canadiennes et de Canadiens.

Pour soumettre une candidature, veuillez suivre les étapes suivantes :

  1. Obtenir le consentement de la personne dont vous souhaitez soumettre la candidature avant de remplir le formulaire de candidature;
  2. Cliquer ici pour accéder au formulaire de candidature. Si vous désirez créer un formulaire distinct, veuillez utiliser les en-têtes figurant au formulaire de candidature en format PDF afin d’en faciliter l’examen par le comité d’attribution du prix;
  3. Soumettre le formulaire de candidature dûment rempli à la personne faisant l’objet de cette candidature pour qu’elle en vérifie l’exactitude et lui demander de signer le document;
  4. Soumettre le formulaire rempli à feedback@jointhealth.org

La date limite pour la mise en candidature est le 20 septembre 2018. Chaque candidature sera examinée par le comité d’attribution du prix et notée selon un système de points. Le ou la candidat(e) retenu(e) de même que la personne ayant soumis cette candidature seront avisé(e)s d’ici le 2 octobre 2018. Le prix sera annoncé dans le cadre du gala du congrès annuel de l’Alliance de l’arthrite du Canada, qui se tiendra le 21 novembre 2018 à Toronto en Ontario.

Reminder: Call for nominations – Help us celebrate community leaders living with arthritis!

Do you know a person with arthritis who has, or is, providing leadership in the community and deserves recognition for their valuable volunteer work? We encourage you to help us celebrate their contributions by nominating them for the Qualman-Davies Arthritis Consumer Community Leadership Award.

Qualman-Davies Award SlideThe Qualman-Davies Arthritis Consumer Community Leadership Award was created in 2014 to recognize one person’s contributions to helping Canadians living with the disease to be heard in decision-making processes that affect millions. That’s what Ann Qualman and Jim Davies did as early pioneers in arthritis advocacy in Canada. Their tireless and selfless efforts helped millions of Canadians.

To submit a nomination, please follow the steps listed below:

  1. Obtain the prospective nominee’s consent to be nominated prior to submitting this form
  2. Click here for the nomination form. If you create a separate nomination document, please use the headings provided on the Nomination Form PDF for ease of review by the award adjudication committee.
  3. Provide the completed nomination form to the nominee for their review for accuracy and obtain their signature on the document
  4. Submit the form to feedback@jointhealth.org

The application deadline is September 20, 2018. Each submission will be reviewed by the award adjudication committee and scored using a points system. The winner and their nominator will be notified by October 2, 2018. The award will be announced at the Arthritis Alliance of Canada’s 2018 Annual Meeting Reception taking place on Wednesday, November 21, 2018 in Toronto, Ontario.

Call for nominations: Help us celebrate community leaders living with arthritis!

Do you know a person with arthritis who has, or is, providing leadership in the community and deserves recognition for their valuable volunteer work? We encourage you to help us celebrate their contributions by nominating them for the Qualman-Davies Arthritis Consumer Community Leadership Award.

Qualman-Davies Award Slide

The Qualman-Davies Arthritis Consumer Community Leadership Award was created in 2014 to recognize one person’s contributions to helping Canadians living with the disease to be heard in decision-making processes that affect millions. That’s what Ann Qualman and Jim Davies did as early pioneers in arthritis advocacy in Canada. Their tireless and selfless efforts helped millions of Canadians.

To submit a nomination, please follow the steps listed below:

  1. Obtain the prospective nominee’s consent to be nominated prior to submitting this form
  2. Click here for the nomination form. If you create a separate nomination document, please use the headings provided on the Nomination Form PDF for ease of review by the award adjudication committee.
  3. Provide the completed nomination form to the nominee for their review for accuracy and obtain their signature on the document
  4. Submit the form to feedback@jointhealth.org

The application deadline is September 20, 2018. Each submission will be reviewed by the award adjudication committee and scored using a points system. The winner and their nominator will be notified by October 2, 2018. The award will be announced at the Arthritis Alliance of Canada’s 2018 Annual Meeting Reception taking place on Wednesday, November 21, 2018 in Toronto, Ontario.

Do you know a volunteer with arthritis who deserves recognition?

The Qualman-Davies Arthritis Consumer Community Leadership Award

Banner for Qualman-Davies Award for volunteer with arthritis

 

Do you know a person with arthritis who has, or is, providing leadership in the community and deserves recognition for their valuable volunteer work? We encourage you to help us celebrate their contributions by nominating them for the Qualman-Davies Arthritis Consumer Community Leadership Award.

The Qualman-Davies Arthritis Consumer Community Leadership Award was created in 2014 to recognize one person’s contributions to helping Canadians living with the disease to be heard in decision-making processes that affect millions. That’s what Ann Qualman and Jim Davies did as early pioneers in arthritis advocacy in Canada. Their tireless and selfless efforts helped millions of Canadians.

Nomination process:

To submit a nomination, please follow the four steps listed below.

  1. Obtain the prospective nominee’s consent to be nominated prior to submitting this form.
  2. Click here for the nomination form. If you create a separate nomination document, please use the headings provided on the Nomination Form PDF for ease of review by the award adjudication committee.
  3. Provide the completed nomination form to the nominee for their review for accuracy and obtain their signature on the document.
  4. Submit the form to feedback@jointhealth.org

The application deadline is August 31, 2017. Each submission will be reviewed by the award adjudication committee and scored on a points system. The winner and their nominator will be notified by the adjudication committee chair by September 8, 2017. The award will be bestowed in person at the Arthritis Alliance of Canada’s Annual Conference Gala, this year taking place on October 26, 2017 in Vancouver, British Columbia (award recipient’s expenses will be covered).

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The Qualman-Davies Arthritis Consumer Community Leadership Award

Qualman-Davies Award SlideDo you know a person with arthritis who has, or is, providing leadership in the community and deserves recognition for their valuable volunteer work? We encourage you to help us celebrate their contributions by nominating them for the Qualman-Davies Arthritis Consumer Community Leadership Award.

The Qualman-Davies Arthritis Consumer Community Leadership Award was created in 2014 to recognize one person’s contributions to helping Canadians living with the disease to be heard in decision-making processes that affect millions. That’s what Ann Qualman and Jim Davies did as early pioneers in arthritis advocacy in Canada. Their tireless and selfless efforts helped millions of Canadians.

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Do you know someone with arthritis who deserves to be recognized?

The Qualman-Davies Arthritis Consumer Community Leadership Award

Qualman-Davies LogoDo you know a person with arthritis who has, or is, providing leadership in the community and deserves recognition for their valuable volunteer work? We encourage you to help us celebrate their contributions by nominating them for the Qualman-Davies Arthritis Consumer Community Leadership Award.

The Qualman-Davies Arthritis Consumer Community Leadership Award was created in 2014 to recognize one person’s contributions to helping all Canadians living with the disease to be heard in decision-making processes that affect millions. That’s what Ann Qualman and Jim Davies did as early pioneers in arthritis advocacy in Canada. Their tireless and selfless efforts helped millions of Canadians.

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Qualman-Davies Award winner: Ms. Catherine Hofstetter

Ms. Catherine Hofstetter is the inaugural recipient of the 2014 Qualman-Davies Arthritis Consumer Community Leadership Award.

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A successful business owner living with rheumatoid arthritis, Cathy has been an arthritis advocate for seventeen years championing the patient experience, promoting more effective treatments and healthcare policies, and motivating and mentoring consumers to become involved in research decision-making and positive reform of the healthcare system.

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What is the Qualman-Davies Leadership Award?

The Qualman-Davies Arthritis Consumer Community Leadership Award was created in 2014 to recognize one person’s contributions to helping all Canadians living with the disease to be heard in decision-making processes that affect millions. That’s what Ann Qualman and Jim Davies did as early pioneers in arthritis advocacy in Canada. Their tireless and selfless efforts helped millions of Canadians.

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