Herbek Humanitarian Award 2021
Opens Nov 6 2020 12:00 AM (CST)
Deadline Jun 4 2021 11:59 PM (CDT)
up to $1,500.00
Description

Section I: Award Overview:

The CAP Foundation’s See, Test & Treat® program is a comprehensive cervical and breast cancer-screening program that connects women in need to the life-saving diagnostic skills of a volunteer team of health professionals.  See, Test & Treat is unique because it provides uninsured and underserved women across the United States with free screening and results, in one day and connection to further follow-up after the program. The program also strives to educate women about the role of the pathologist on their healthcare team, the importance of routine preventive screening and how healthy lifestyle choices reduce cancer risk. 


The Gene and Jean Herbek Humanitarian Award, introduced in 2011, is named in honor of the late Gene N. Herbek, MD, FCAP, a past president of the CAP who brought the first See, Test & Treat program to Native American women in South Dakota, as well as for his wife, Jean, who continues his commitment. The award honors a CAP Member who has made innovative and unique contributions to advance the See, Test & Treat program. 


Section II: Nomination Guidelines*: 

 Nominees must have served as program lead or significantly contributed to and participated in a See, Test & Treat program.


  1. Nominations must be submitted by June 4, 2021, using the Herbek Humanitarian Award online form.  
  2. Currently serving CAP Foundation board members, or candidates for any elected CAP office are not eligible for award nomination.
  3. Self-nominations or incomplete nominations will not be considered. 

Section III: Evaluation:    

  1. The Herbek Humanitarian Award Selection Committee will select an award recipient based on review of submitted nominations.  Factors considered include, but are not limited to:
    • Length of time nominee has been involved with the See, Test & Treat program
    • Nominee's role within the See, Test & Treat program including level of engagement and collaboration with partners
    • Impact the nominee has had on the See, Test & Treat program within their institution and the community
    • Nominee's utilization of innovative and sustainable approaches benefiting See, Test & Treat patients
  2. The Herbek Humanitarian Award Selection Committee will evaluate all nominations and recommend the award candidate to the CAP Foundation Board for approval in late July 2021. The decisions of the Board are final.  Award notifications will be sent by July 30, 2021.
  3. No information about the nomination evaluation process and/or the nominees can be shared prior to the official notification of the award honoree.

Section IV: Award Presentation 

The award recipient and their guest will be invited to attend the CAP Annual Meeting (Chicago), during which the 2021 Herbek Humanitarian Award recipient will be honored. Reimbursement for travel expenses covers two (2) airfares (coach), two (2) nights lodging, meals, and miscellaneous travel expenses not to exceed $1,500.00.   

The award presentation will take place at the House of Delegates meeting on Saturday, September 25. 


Award funding covers two airfares (coach), two nights lodging, meals, and miscellaneous travel expenses, all of which are not to exceed $1,500.00.


*The CAP Foundation reserves the right to consider an individual or group of individuals for an award other than the one designated on the nomination form. Further, the CAP Foundation reserves the right to NOT confer an award in any given year.

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Herbek Humanitarian Award 2021


Section I: Award Overview:

The CAP Foundation’s See, Test & Treat® program is a comprehensive cervical and breast cancer-screening program that connects women in need to the life-saving diagnostic skills of a volunteer team of health professionals.  See, Test & Treat is unique because it provides uninsured and underserved women across the United States with free screening and results, in one day and connection to further follow-up after the program. The program also strives to educate women about the role of the pathologist on their healthcare team, the importance of routine preventive screening and how healthy lifestyle choices reduce cancer risk. 


The Gene and Jean Herbek Humanitarian Award, introduced in 2011, is named in honor of the late Gene N. Herbek, MD, FCAP, a past president of the CAP who brought the first See, Test & Treat program to Native American women in South Dakota, as well as for his wife, Jean, who continues his commitment. The award honors a CAP Member who has made innovative and unique contributions to advance the See, Test & Treat program. 


Section II: Nomination Guidelines*: 

 Nominees must have served as program lead or significantly contributed to and participated in a See, Test & Treat program.


  1. Nominations must be submitted by June 4, 2021, using the Herbek Humanitarian Award online form.  
  2. Currently serving CAP Foundation board members, or candidates for any elected CAP office are not eligible for award nomination.
  3. Self-nominations or incomplete nominations will not be considered. 

Section III: Evaluation:    

  1. The Herbek Humanitarian Award Selection Committee will select an award recipient based on review of submitted nominations.  Factors considered include, but are not limited to:
    • Length of time nominee has been involved with the See, Test & Treat program
    • Nominee's role within the See, Test & Treat program including level of engagement and collaboration with partners
    • Impact the nominee has had on the See, Test & Treat program within their institution and the community
    • Nominee's utilization of innovative and sustainable approaches benefiting See, Test & Treat patients
  2. The Herbek Humanitarian Award Selection Committee will evaluate all nominations and recommend the award candidate to the CAP Foundation Board for approval in late July 2021. The decisions of the Board are final.  Award notifications will be sent by July 30, 2021.
  3. No information about the nomination evaluation process and/or the nominees can be shared prior to the official notification of the award honoree.

Section IV: Award Presentation 

The award recipient and their guest will be invited to attend the CAP Annual Meeting (Chicago), during which the 2021 Herbek Humanitarian Award recipient will be honored. Reimbursement for travel expenses covers two (2) airfares (coach), two (2) nights lodging, meals, and miscellaneous travel expenses not to exceed $1,500.00.   

The award presentation will take place at the House of Delegates meeting on Saturday, September 25. 


Award funding covers two airfares (coach), two nights lodging, meals, and miscellaneous travel expenses, all of which are not to exceed $1,500.00.


*The CAP Foundation reserves the right to consider an individual or group of individuals for an award other than the one designated on the nomination form. Further, the CAP Foundation reserves the right to NOT confer an award in any given year.

Value

up to $1,500.00

Apply
Opens
Nov 6 2020 12:00 AM (CST)
Deadline
Jun 4 2021 11:59 PM (CDT)