ACCE is pleased award members and colleagues alike for outstanding achievements in Clinical Engineering. Below are awards ACCE is pleased to be a part of.
The Advocacy Awards have been in place since 1994. From the beginning, they were in place to recognize outstanding people in various aspects of our profession, whether members of ACCE or not. In the recent years, we have broadened the awards to include international colleagues and institutions that have advanced clinical engineering in their countries and regions. The reach and impact of clinical engineering continues to expand; we honor those who lead this growth.
The award recognizes individuals who have best demonstrated leadership in promoting or implementing significant synergies between the clinical engineering and information technology professions. Award recipients also must be members in good standing of both organizations. Nominees for the award are honored for professional or technical contributions to the professions, such as research, development of a new process or product, a paper of significance, and "trailblazing" work in a new application of clinical engineering and IT.
The Robert L. Morris Humanitarian Award recognizes individuals who have applied healthcare technology to improving global human conditions. This award was established in 2001 in memory of Robert Morris, founding member of ACCE and President 1998-1999, who was a leader in ACCE international outreach efforts in the developing world. The award criteria are focused on individuals who have planned, led, and participated in global CE efforts primarily on a voluntary or chartable basis and represent a positive role model with passion for humanitarianism or through “Extra-curricular activities” as exemplified by Robert Morris.