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Welcome to the SHM Converge 2023 Awards of Excellence Nominations

SHM’s Awards of Excellence Program honors members who have made exceptional contributions to hospital medicine in a wide variety of categories. View all past winners here.

Important Documents Needed for Submission

Key Dates

Submission Site Opens for SHM Converge 2023 Awards of Excellence. Monday, July 11, 2022
Submission Site Closes for SHM Converge 2023 Awards of Excellence. Monday, October 3, 2022
(11:59 PM EST)
Notifications sent to Nominees advancing to second round. The Awards Committee will request the nominee to submit additional materials at this time. November - December, 2022
Notifications sent to award winners. January - February, 2023

  • All nominees must be SHM members and have service to the Society of Hospital Medicine (Ex. Attended a local or regional meeting, on a SIG, a fellow/senior fellow, involved in a committee etc.).
  • Any current SHM member other than Board members, officers, previous individual award winners or SHM awards committee members is eligible to apply.
  • Nominees may be self-nominated.
  • Please review the criteria for each award as some awards have further eligibility standards, including the Teamwork Award.
  • No more than three nominations per nominee per category will be accepted.
Not a member but interested in joining? View more information here.

Winners Will Receive:

  • Complimentary meeting registration to SHM SHM Converge 2023*
  • Recognition on stage at SHM Converge 2023
  • Acknowledgement in The Hospitalist, SHM’s monthly news magazine, and on SHM's main website.
  • Recognition in press releases to local and state outlets
*Excludes pre-course registration. Recipients of the Excellence in Teamwork in Quality Improvement Award receive recognition at Annual Meeting and complimentary registration for up to 4 team members.

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Hospitalists are charged with treating individuals at their most vulnerable moments, when being respected, as a whole person is crucial to advance patients’ healing and wellness. Within our workforce, diversity is a strength in all its forms, which helps us learn about the human experience, grow as leaders, and ultimately create a respectful environment for all regardless of age, race, religion, national origin, gender identity, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, appearance, or ability. To this end, the Society of Hospital Medicine will work to eliminate health disparities for our patients and foster inclusive and equitable cultures across our care teams and institutions with the goal of moving medicine and humanity

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