This year, the coronavirus pandemic meant that we could not hold our usual induction gala dinner and ceremony. Instead, our six legendary inductees were honored in a small virtual ceremony.
Due to current social distancing recommendations by CDC and Seattle / King County Public Health related to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, we will be honoring inductees Aug. 6, 2020.
Is there someone who has changed your professional life and the lives of others? Now is your opportunity to nominate a person you admire for inclusion in the Washington State Nurses Hall of Fame for 2020!
Decorated military veteran and WSNA Hall of Famer Muriel Grace Softli, MPA, MEd, BSN, RN received the University of Washington School of Nursing Community Health Nurse Track Preceptor of the Year Award at the Washington State Advanced Practice Nursing Conference on October 27, 2017.
Congratulations to our very own Hall of Fame member, Patty Hayes, MN, RN for her recognition as one of Seattle Magazine’s Most Influential Seattleites of 2017.
An important aspect of our Nurses Speak initiative is highlighting the careers of individuals who began as staff nurses and then turned their attention to become leaders in the fields of public policy, hospital administration, the law and the legislature. This is the second in our series.
On Thursday, March 17, 2016, six registered nurses were honored for their lifelong contributions and achievements in professional nursing and for their leadership in the advancement of nurses and healthcare in Washington State. See photos from the event.
Every two years, the WSNA Hall of Fame recognizes up to six deserving registered nurses for of their lifelong contributions and achievements in professional nursing and for their leadership in the advancement of nurses and healthcare in Washington State.