Each year, AACVPR recognizes the best, brightest and most innovative individuals in the cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation industry with the prestigious AACVPR Awards. Congratulations to all recipients!
The L. Kent Smith Award of Excellence, Michael L. Pollock Established Investigator Award, and Thomas L. Petty Distinguished Pulmonary Scholar Award will be presented to recipients on Friday, September 20 during the 34th Annual Meeting Awards Showcase.
L. Kent Smith Award of Excellence
AACVPR presents its most prestigious award to an individual whose significant and unique professional contributions have had a major impact on the delivery of cardiovascular and/or pulmonary rehabilitation.
Gerene S. Bauldoff, PhD, RN, MAACVPR
Michael L. Pollock Established Investigator
AACVPR presents this award to an individual who has made significant research contributions to the field of cardiopulmonary rehabilitation
Mary A. Whooley, MD, FACP, FAHA, FACC
Thomas L. Petty Distinguished Pulmonary Scholar
AACVPR presents this award to an individual who has made outstanding clinical contributions to the field of pulmonary rehabilitation
Marjin A. Spruit, PhD, PT
Presidential Recognition Award Recipients
The Presidential Recognition Award is an opportunity for the outgoing AACVPR President to formally recognize and thank individuals who have made significant contributions to the president’s term and the association as a whole.
Y Steven J. Keteyian, PhD, FAACVPR
Distinguished Service Award Winners
The Distinguished Service Award is presented to individual(s) whose leadership, ideas, and committee work have significantly benefited AACVPR as an organization.
Tamara Garwick, MA, ACSM, RCEP, CES, FAACVPR
Susi Mathis, MS, RCEP, CES, RN, CCRP, FAACVPR
Outstanding Affiliate Award
This award recognizes an affiliate that supports and encourages the mission and goals of AACVPR through member activities, educational opportunities and professional development
Wisconsin Society for Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Health & Rehabilitation (WISCPHR)
Dr. Linda K. Hall Innovation Award
The purpose of the Innovation Award is to acknowledge those programs that have enhanced their delivery of care for a patient population in a unique and creative way.
To be announced