Dr. Fred Heagy (Third Year) Description: Dr. Fred Heagy Bursary Scholarships, Named Bursaries and Awards Applications: Diem Vu Janet Hong Janeze Sualohg Junhyun Oh Megan Summers Troy Hardtman Applicant Assessment Form Scholarship and Awards Committee (SAC) members will use this worksheet to determine eligibility for Scholarships, Named Bursaries and Awards. Application information, FAO confirmation of Financial Need and a student transcript will be provided (if applicable).Committee Member Name*Student Name*Award Name*- Please SelectAlexandra Mitchell Prudencio Memorial ScholarshipAlpha Charitable Foundation AwardBronwen Roberts Memorial AwardBrookfield LePage Johnson Controls Radiation Therapy ScholarshipClinical Placement Relocation AwardCollege of Chiropodists of Ontario’s Scholarship fund in Memory of David Weston D.P.M.Covidien Scholarship (MRI)Covidien Scholarship (Radiological Technology)Covidien Scholarship (Respiratory Therapy)Dorothy A. Hubbs & Family ScholarshipDr. Dan Wilmot Imaging ScholarshipDr. Diana Michener Schatz ScholarshipDr. Fred Heagy BursaryDr. J.E. Prince Nuclear Medicine ScholarshipDr. Renate Krakauer Research ScholarshipDr. Winston Isaac ScholarshipElekta Radiation Therapy ScholarshipInternational Student Award of ExcellenceKay Boyington Laboratory Sciences ScholarshipLifeLabs Medical Laboratory Science ScholarshipMargie Patterson Memorial Scholarship in Molecular GeneticsMichener Entrance Scholarship (8)Michener Excellence in Clinical EducationMichener Excellence in Clinical PreparationMichener Student Council AwardNational Bank AwardOntario Home Respiratory Services Association Respiratory Therapy Graduating Student Scholarship of ExcellenceParis Orthotics Clinical Education ScholarshipPaul and Brenda Gamble ScholarshipProResp Respiratory Therapy Graduating Student Scholarship of ExcellenceRespan Respiratory Therapy Award for Student ExcellenceRon Bentley Memorial Faculty ScholarshipSaul Ellis Memorial BursaryTD Insurance Meloche Monnex Student AwardTim Colfe and Cecilia Alfonso Radiation Therapy Program BursaryTrue North Imaging Scholarship in UltrasoundUltrasound ScholarshipVitalAire Respiratory Therapy Graduate ScholarshipCriteriasCriteria 1 - Exhibited excellence in his or her academic pursuits combined with either leadership skills or community involvement.Criteria 1 - Successful completion of clinical placements without extensions or repeats.Criteria 1 - Maintained good academic standing.Criteria 1 - Taken an active role in class and/or Institute activities. Criteria 2 - Clinically competent in the field of Nuclear MedicineCriteria 1 - Demonstrated community voluntarism (inside and/or outside of Michener) and a commitment to continue that involvement. Criteria 2 - Demonstrated a willingness to participate in outreach programs that assist others in need. Criteria3 - One award reserved for Indigenous student (First Nation Status, Non-status, Inuit or Métis). If none, then both bursaries can be awarded to students who meet the other criteria.Criteria 2 - Demonstrated diligence in their academic work. Criteria 3 - Provided assistance to his/her colleagues and/or simulated patients, as applicable. Demonstrated a commitment to caring for and helping others.Criteria 2 - Made significant contributions to the program; provided assistance to the faculty and shown collegiality and provided mentorship to peers. Criteria 3 - Exhibited excellence in his or her academic pursuits combined with either leadership skills or community involvement.Criteria 2 - Had relocated 50 kms or greater from their home address to their assigned clinical placement.Criteria 1 - Has received consistent favourable reports from both faculty and clinical supervisors.Criteria 2 - Recommended by their clinical co-ordinator or a clinical preceptor for demonstrating excellent patient care while in the clinical setting.Criteria 2 - Recommended by their clinical co-ordinator or a clinical preceptor for demonstrating excellent patient care while in the clinical setting.Criteria 1 - Exhibited excellence in his or her academic pursuits. Criteria 2 - Leadership skills or community involvement.Criteria 1 - Evidence of a commitment to learning by continually striving to enrich their studies and experience at Michener by undertaking independent studies or research within or outside Michener. (Topics of study may include subject areas outside of the student’s chosen program of study). criteria 2 - Community leadership illustrated through volunteering activities outside of Michener and/or through their contribution to the quality of Michener student life. Criteria 3 - Exhibited good communication skills as illustrated by undertaking activities such as giving presentations, tutoring, mentoring, or active participation in promoting Michener stewardship. Exhibited consistently professional behaviour in both academic and health care settings Committed to improving the lives of others, as illustrated by the ability to work effectively both as an individual and in an interprofessional team providing collaborative patient centred care.Criteria 1 - For option A: Registered technologist, including full-time, part-time, contract, laid off or newly registered members of a college. For option B: Maintained an overall B average Strong technical skills in the laboratory setting. Professionalism as indicated by clinical evaluation reports.Criteria 1 - Following a career transition, individual has chosen to devote themselves to a new applied health profession. Criteria 2 - Demonstrates innovative thinking – the ability to look beyond the obvious, to be creative and imaginative and who endeavours to combine their innovation with their knowledge in practical application to their chosen applied health profession, (as demonstrated through their academic semesters or through the simulated clinical semester). Criteria 3 - Enhances Michener’s community and student life by engaging in activities and initiatives that contribute to the betterment of Michener’s community of practice through volunteer work.Criteria 1 - Has demonstrated a commitment to the program and the profession as evidenced in a letter to the Scholarship & Awards Committee. Criteria 2 - Maintained a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.7 (B-)Criteria 2 - Demonstrated passion for Nuclear Medicine by showing commitment to learning and continuous improvement. Incrementally improved his/her technical skills and knowledge. Criteria 3 - Conveyed strong interpersonal and communication skills, or demonstrated a high standard of patient-centered care. Contributed to his/her community, including Michener, through volunteerism and leadership.Criteria 1 - Engaged in, or intending to engage in a research project in any health sciences subject area related to Michener programs under the supervision of a faculty member. Must be outside of normal course requirements. Criteria 2 - Demonstrate how this award will help him/her start or continue with the research project. Research project must be outside of normal course requirements. Criteria3 - Incrementally improved his/her technical skills and knowledge.Criteria 1 - Exhibited community leadership through volunteering activities outside of Michener and/or through their contribution to the quality of Michener student life. Criteria 2 - Consistent in exhibiting professional behaviour in both academic and health care settings. Criteria3 - Proficiency in French preferred – can effectively deliver patient services in FrenchCriteria 1 - Participated in activities or made a contribution to their department/college or the Michener community (student life).Criteria 1 - Received positive professional performance appraisal. Criteria 2 - Exhibited noteworthy presentations that provided substantive information to their course. Set an example in the lab and classroom and offered assistance to fellow students and faculty. Criteria 3 - Actively participated on and contributed to program committees such as Advisory Council, Clinical coordinators committee (e.g. program retreat), subcommittees of council (e.g. Admissions), Open House, etc.Criteria 1 - Demonstrated enthusiasm, leadership and teamwork skills. Criteria 2 - High Marks in Practical components of all coursesCriteria 1 - Excellent technical skills in the laboratory Criteria 2 - Consistently exhibited professional behaviour in both academic and health care settings. Criteria 3 - Achieved excellence in their Molecular Genetics studies: demonstrated leadership skills, shown commitment to improving the lives of others and illustrated the ability to work effectively both as an individual and as a part of a health care teamCriteria 1 - Exhibited excellence in their academic pursuits. Criteria 2 - Demonstrated leadership skills Criteria 3 - Community involvement. Criteria 1 - Leadership in the clinical setting. Criteria 2 - Consistence in exhibiting professional behaviour in both academic and health care settings. Criteria 3 - A demonstrated commitment to improving the lives of others, as illustrated by the ability to work effectively both as an individual and in an interprofessional team providing collaborative patient centered care.Criteria 1 - Excellence in their Clinical Preparation Semester. Criteria 2 - Active Volunteerism Criteria 3 - Consistently exhibited professional behavior and the ability to work effectively both as an individual and in an inter-professional team in the clinical preparation semester. Criteria 2 - Demonstrated a caring and sensitive attitude and have genuine interest in helping people Criteria 3 - Have made a contribution to their program and/or student life at Michener.Criteria 1 - Current year graduates who exhibit excellence in the related fields of healthcare quality, patient safety, and innovations in health services delivery through inter-professional collaboration during their clinical placement. Criteria 2 - Nominees should model open inquiry and help foster a sense of curiosity and/or innovation in their clinical placement (graduating year). The inquiry/innovation must align with one or more of UHN’s Core Value (Safety, Compassion, Teamwork, Integrity & Stewardship).Criteria 2 - Demonstrated motivation, dependability, reliability. Demonstrated interest in home respiratory care. Criteria 3 - Demonstrated inter-professional collaborative practice. Assumption of responsibility within the program and clinical placements. Criteria 1 - Leadership in the clinical setting including Clinical excellence in Podiatric Bio-mechanics Criteria 2 - Consistence in exhibiting professional behaviour in both academic and health care settings. Criteria 3 - Commitment to improving the lives of others, as illustrated by the ability to work effectively both as an individual and in an interprofessional team providing collaborative patient centered care.Criteria 1 - Clinical aptitude/performance in the practical component of the program including the summer ‘simulation’ semester – which prepares the students clinically in all five (5) disciplines.Criteria 2 - Demonstrated motivation, dependability, reliability. Demonstrated passion for excellence in clinical respiratory care. Criteria 3 - Demonstrated inter-professional collaborative practice. Assumption of responsibility within the program and clinical placements.Criteria 2 - Extensive volunteer in their community (including at Michener) during the academic year OR who are actively caring for dependents while pursuing their studies. Criteria 3 - Current OSAP recipient.Criteria 1 - Shown academic improvement over the course of his/her studies from September to July while at The Michener Institute. Criteria 2 - Successfully passed all courses at the time of application. Criteria 3 - Obtained a positive professional performance appraisal or demonstrated significant improvement in his/her appraisal.Criteria 2 - One page (200 words) justification for receiving the bursary.Criteria 1 - Contributed to student life and/or alumni association while a student at The Michener Institute (e.g. active participation in/contribution to various committees and functions).Criteria 1 - Student must have demonstrated a caring and sensitive attitude and have a genuine interest in helping people. Will have made a contribution to the program. Criteria 2 - Good academic standing. Criteria 3 - Awarded to a student with financial need or a student with medical or special needs causing a significant financial burden which will jeopardize their ability to continue. Criteria 1 - Good academic standing with no learning plans. Criteria 2 - Is passionate about their chosen field and has demonstrated a commitment to learning and continuous improvement. Takes pride in the quality of the examinations they perform and the patient care they deliver. Criteria 3 - Demonstrates progressively strong interpersonal and communication skills and works effectively within a team-based environment. Seeks out, considers and accepts constructive feedback, and grows professionally as a result.Criteria 1 - Consistently exhibited professional behaviour in the academic setting and shown a commitment to improving the lives of others, as illustrated by the ability to work effectively both as an individual and as a member of an interprofessional team providing collaborative patient centred care. Criteria 2 - Demonstrated a commitment to sharing his/her expertise with others and represents Michener in a professional and accountable manner.Criteria 1 - Successfully completed clinical placements without extensions or repeats. Criteria 2 - Demonstrated interest in caring for patients in their home or the community or preparing them for home care. Demonstrated outstanding patient care during clinical rotations. Criteria 3 - Demonstrated significant community or school involvement.Select one rating for each criteriaCriteria 1*4 Points - Demonstrates Completely3 Points - Demonstrates Somewhat2 Points - Demonstrates Minimally1 Point - Does Not DemonstrateCriteria 2*4 Points - Demonstrates Completely3 Points - Demonstrates Somewhat2 Points - Demonstrates Minimally1 Point - Does Not DemonstrateNot ApplicableCriteria 3*4 Points - Demonstrates Completely3 Points - Demonstrates Somewhat2 Points - Demonstrates Minimally1 Point - Does Not DemonstrateNot ApplicablePlease Make note on your master list that you have completed the assessment of this applicant and continue. You will be redirected back to the Scholarship Committee page once the submission is complete.