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Frontline Leadership Academy honors McCormick

Dec. 11, 2014, 9:25 AM

Darlene McCormick, R.N., a nurse in the Medical Intensive Care Unit at Vanderbilt University Hospital, has been awarded the Frontline Impact Award for her project, “Reducing the Duration of Central Lines.”

The award, from the Advisory Board Co. in Washington, D.C., is given each year to three participants of the Frontline Leadership Academy and recognizes those “who have had extraordinary organizational impact and demonstrated tremendous leadership growth,” according to the organization.

The winners are selected from a pool of frontline staff who are nominated by their organizations to participate.

The award, formerly named the Future of Nursing Leadership Award, was changed to the Frontline Impact Award to recognize frontline staff in all disciplines.

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