his annual national award, sponsored by Alcon, is available to optometry students during any point in their professional program at an ASCO-affiliated school or college of optometry in the US, Puerto Rico and Canada. The application consists of an essay of up to 1,500 words describing any one of the following scenarios:
The essay must describe and discuss the ethical theories and values that were used in the decision making process and address relevant state laws relating to the case (if applicable). The essay must be submitted in a publishable quality format. Each school or college of optometry is permitted to submit only one essay through the assigned award coordinator for their school. A committee of the ASCO Ethics Educators SIG (Special Interest Group) will make the selection of one national recipient. The award will consist of a plaque and a cash award of $1,000.
The essay, publication release form, as well as a digital photo of the student must be submitted electronically to the Sara Lau (email@example.com) by February 13, 2019.
Name your document in the following manner:
Last Name,First Initial_ ASCO Ethics
Example: Parker,K_ASCO Ethic
Complete the attached publication release form:
Last Name,First Initial_Ethics Award Publication Release Form
Example: Parker,K_Ethics Award Publication Release Form
Complete the attached ASCO Case Report Cover Sheet
Last Name,First Initial_Case report cover sheet
Example: Parker,K_Case report cover sheet