Excellence in Teaching in Pediatrics Awards

Excellence in Teaching In Peds_Geva

2014 Recipient:  Tal Geva, MD, FASE
Boston Children’s Hospital, Boston, MA

The Excellence in Teaching in Pediatrics Award was presented in June 2014 at ASE’s 25th Annual Scientific Sessions in Portland, OR.

Established in 2005, this biennial award is open to either a sonographer or physician member for his/her exceptional commitment and skill in teaching pediatric echocardiography, who has been a mentor to students and serves as a role model for the profession, and who fosters a sense of clinical excellence and research investigation in the individuals they teach.

Award Criteria:

  • Demonstrates outstanding teaching characteristics and mentoring, and because of these attributes, has made a major impact on practitioners in the field of pediatric echocardiography
  • Acts as a mentor to students
  • Serves as a role model for the profession
  • Fosters a sense of clinical excellence and research investigation in the individuals they teach

Selection Criteria:

  • Years in the field of pediatric echocardiography and education
  • Teaching accomplishments
  • Personal awards
  • Strength of support letters
  • Service contributions to ASE

Nomination Criteria:

  • Meets the award criteria above
  • A sonographer OR physician member of ASE with FASE recognition
  • No age limit
  • Previously nominated candidates will be considered, if re-nominated with supporting letters
  • Previous award winners are not eligible

Nomination Procedure:

  • Please nominate an individual by letter outlining their qualifications for this award to the American Society of Echocardiography, Excellence in Teaching in Pediatrics Award, 2100 Gateway Centre Blvd., Morrisville, NC, 27560 or by email awards@asecho.org
  • Nominations should include additional letter(s) of support
  • Nomination should include a copy of the nominee’s CV            
Deadline for Receipt of Nomination Not Open for 2015

 

Excellence in Teaching in Pediatrics Award Recipients:
2014: Tal Geva, MD, FASE
2012:  Mary Etta King, MD, FASE
2010:  Nancy A. Ayres, MD, FASE
2008:  Norman H. Silverman, MD, FASE
2006:  Ira A. Parness, MD