Hypertension Canada Awards

The annual awards recognize a distinguished record of substantial contributions by individuals or organizations that have increased prevention and/or improved control of blood pressure in Canada. 

 

George Fodor Award

The award recognizes a distinguished record of substantial contributions by individuals or organizations that have increased prevention and/or improved control of blood pressure in Canada. Contributions worthy of this prestigious award are expected to be broad in scope (i.e., national), enduring over time and to have had a substantive impact. Submission for nomination.

2014 George Fodor Award Recipient

2013 George Fodor Award Recipient

 

Distinguished Service Award

 The Distinguished Service Award recognizes a long-standing distinguished record of service to Hypertension Canada by an individual. A nominee must have made significant voluntary service contributions to Hypertension Canada and prolonged contributions to the Canadian Hypertension Society, Blood Pressure Canada and/or Canadian Hypertension Education Program over their career. Submission for nomination.

2016 Distinguished Service Award Recipient

2015 Distinguished Service Award Recipient

2014 Distinguished Service Award Recipient

2013 Distinguished Service Award Recipient

  

Senior Investigator Award

The Senior Investigator Award recognizes research in hypertension or blood pressure by an individual. A nominee must have made significant contributions to the advancement and extension of knowledge in basic, clinical, health services or population based research specifically relating to hypertension or blood pressure. Submission for nomination.

2016 Senior Investigator Award Recipient

2015 Senior Investigator Award Recipient

2014 Senior Investigator Award Recipients

2013 Senior Investigator Award Recipient

 

Jacques de Champlain New Investigator Award

The Jacques de Champlain New Investigator Award  recognizes excellence in the field of hypertension or blood pressure research by a new investigator, who has not exceeded a time period of 10 years from the first appointment as an independent investigator. A nominee must have made significant contributions to the advancement and extension of knowledge in basic, clinical, health services or population based research specifically relating to hypertension or blood pressure.  Submission for nomination.

2014 Jacques de Champlain New Investigator Award

2013 Jacques de Champlain New Investigator Award

 

Certificate of Excellence Award

Throughout Canada, community, provincial, regional or national initiatives and ongoing programs of high blood pressure prevention and control are instrumental in improving the control of blood pressure. Many of these initiatives are led and contributed to by community based organizations, individuals and volunteer efforts. These activities are essential to the health of the average Canadian by potentially lowering cardiovascular disease, but are rarely acknowledged. The Certificate of Excellence is presented to these worthy individuals or organizations in recognition of their outstanding efforts and contributions in Canada through increased public awareness, prevention or control of hypertension. Submission for nomination.

2016 Certificate of Excellence Award Recipients 

2015 Certificate of Excellence Award Recipients

2014 Certificate of Excellence Award Recipients

2013 Certificate of Excellence Award Recipients

 

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