Demonstrates teaching ability that enhances and improves public health practice.
Demonstrates the ability to design and/or organize programs that enhance and improve public health practice.
Demonstrates the desire and ability to provide leadership for the improvement of public health practice.
Demonstrates creativity, innovation, and leadership within their agency and the public health field.
Promotes activities that have made an impact or significant influence on existing public health programs or services.
Contributes to public health at the local, state, and national level.
Contributes to continuing education at the local, state, and national level.
Demonstrates a positive image at the local, state, or national level by participation, leadership, or committee.
Engages in a positive working relationship with students, administrators, colleagues, and departments of local and state public health agencies.
Encourages personal development in the public health field.
Please download the Richard Dideriksen Award Nomination Packet, complete and return to NCEHSA, by March 1 of year calendar year.