2023- Margaret Collatt Service Award Winner- Dr. Lori Roscoe
The Academy of Correctional Health Professionals would like to congratulate Dr. Roscoe, DNP, PhD, APRN, ANP-C, CCHP-RN, for being this years Margaret Collatt Award Winner! Dr. Roscoe is a clinical nurse practitioner and nurse educator specializing in the field of correctional nursing and healthcare. Through her company, Correctional HealthCare Consultants LLC, Dr. Roscoe provides consulting services to jails and prisons across the United States in all aspects of healthcare operations and nursing practice. She also reviews legal matters as an expert in correctional healthcare, correctional nursing, and correctional provider standard of care.
Dr. Roscoe offers The Correctional Nurse Educator, an online education program that offers accredited continuing education that is specialized for Correctional Nurses, and her CorrectionalNurse.net blog. Dr. Roscoe is a frequent national presenter on a wide variety of topics important to correctional nursing practice, including clinical judgment, patient advocacy, and clinical updates about health conditions often seen in the correctional health environment.
"Thank you so much for awarding me the Margaret Collatt Service Award for 2023. It is truly an honor! Education has always been very important to me – in fact, I was a teacher before I returned to school and became a nurse, and throughout my career I have tried to emphasize the importance of continuing professional development and lifelong learning to everyone with whom I interact. I very fortunately stumbled into correctional nursing 28 years ago, and it has been a wonderful career thus far. I have seen remarkable positive changes in correctional nursing recognition as a specialty; and in correctional nursing professionalism and practice, and I believe education of both correctional nurses and our colleagues outside the wall played a huge part in this elevation of our specialty. It is also due to organizations like the Academy that support correctional nursing and correctional healthcare.
This award is even more meaningful because I knew Margaret, and always valued her thoughtful contributions to whatever project we were working on. The fact that the Academy believes that my contributions to Correctional Nursing are worthy of this award is incredible, and very much appreciated! Again, thank you for this recognition."
-Dr. Lori Roscoe
Information for Nominators
The Margaret Collatt Service Award recognizes a member of the ACHP who has made exceptional contributions to correctional healthcare by their service to professional education and training within the field.
The purpose of this award is to emphasize and highlight the commitment of Academy members to contributing to the excellence of the current and future professional correctional healthcare workforce.
Candidates for this award must have demonstrated:
Examples of such service might include (but are not limited to) curriculum or training content development, in-person or online education, one-on-one mentoring, leadership in organizational training programs or activities, or research and publication related to education for correctional health professionals.
To be eligible to receive this award, an individual must be a current member of the ACHP in good standing.
2022- Toya Kelley MD
2021- Susan Laffan, CCHP-A, CCHP-RN
2020- Mary V. Muse, MS, RN, CCHP-A, CCHP-RN
2019 - Sue Smith, RN
ACADEMY OF CORRECTIONAL HEALTH PROFESSIONALS
YOUR PROFESSIONAL COMMUNITY FOR CORRECTIONAL HEALTH CARE
To nominate an ACHP member for this award, please complete the form below by August 20th 2023.
Award and Recognition
The recipient will be awarded
The award recipient will be honored with:
The recipient will be recognized during the ACHP annual meeting. It is ACHP’s expectation that the recipient attends the NCCHC Fall Conference, if at all possible. The Academy seeks to minimize the financial burden of this request by covering conference registration and a hotel stay.
The recipient will be notified in September, and will be recognized in ACHP communications and during the NCCHC Fall Conference.