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Nurse practitioner recognized for mentoring and teaching

A Lundar nurse practitioner’s skills as a mentor and teacher were recently recognized by the Nurse Practitioner Association of Manitoba (NPAM). Beryl Dziedzic, who works at the Lundar Primary Health Care Centre was honoured with the Award of Excellence in Mentoring and Teaching at the association’s conference this past November. She has been practicing in the region since 1987. She started as a registered nurse and became a nurse practitioner in 2012.

Beryl says the award came as a welcome surprise.

“You do the mentoring and teaching not thinking that you’d get an award. You do it to further the profession and the student experiences and knowledge,” said Dziedzic, “It’s always easier to mentor when you have good students. I’ve had exceptional students. As well I should add we all mentor each other throughout the Interlake-Eastern Regional Health Authority.”

Beryl was nominated by her nurse practitioner colleague Nicole Goresky, whom she mentored.

Interlake-Eastern Regional Health Authority acknowledges Dziedzic for her continued dedication and commitment to both the people she provides service to and for sharing her knowledge and expertise to enhance the skills of her students and colleagues. The region congratulates her for being recognized with the NPAM Award of Excellence.

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