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Congratulations Col (ret) Laurie Migliore

Congratulations to Col (ret) Laurie Migliore who was recently honored with the 2023 TSNRP Scientific Mentor Award!

This award honors the efforts of nurse scientist mentors within the nursing research community. This award recognizes the significant contributions of scientific mentors to guide and develop military nurses as nurse scientists and scholars, and to advance the care of Service members and their beneficiaries.

The importance of scientific mentors is not always a highly visible process, and the contributions that result from these mentors are instrumental in the quality of research and Evidence-Based Practice (EBP) projects military nurses are able to achieve.

Selection of the awardee was based on the nominee’s commitment to military nurses, the quality of the mentorship activities, clear descriptions of how the mentor advocated for the mentees, and how the mentor made an impact on the early career of researchers.

In 2023, Col Migliore retired from serving as the Director of Nursing Research and Deputy Chief Scientist at the 59th Wing, Joint Base San Antonio. In her nomination letter from Brig Gen Jeannine Ryder, she was recognized for her efforts to champion EBP and research across the Joint Base San Antonio clinical inquiry communities, as well as providing guidance on the future alignment of Air Force nurse scientist positions.

According to Brig Gen Ryder’s nomination: “Col Migliore's commitment to the development of military nurses was foundational in developing another critical program that will continue the growth and mentorship of doctoral-prepared nurses well beyond her 2023 retirement. She recognized the increased demand to generate, translate, and implement evidence into practice in a manpower and budget-constrained environment. Col Migliore supported the Surgeon General Nurse Scientist Consultant in building the Clinical Inquiry in Nursing Readiness (CINR) Fellowship program. This was an innovative solution to educate the next generation of nursing science leaders while providing manpower to support existing clinical inquiry infrastructure. Col Migliore fought to acquire the first CINR Fellow at the 59 MDW, who joined the C2I in June 2022.”

Col Migliore was also nominated by the nurses she has mentored, including Maj Enisha Hicks, “Having her as a mentor and working with a team that she invests in has been exceptional in my professional and personal development,” stated Hicks. “My ability to lead and advance nursing practice has been fortified as she encourages me to broaden my knowledge. I have submitted several articles/abstracts, mentored others, and completed the majority of two certificate programs with a grant in progress under her tutelage. She is the first one in the office and last to leave, relentlessly working to surpass the mission and proactively creating solutions to complex issues behind the scenes,” Hicks added.

Col Migliore was honored during the 2023 TSNRP Research and Evidence-Based Practice Course in San Antonio, Texas for her outstanding support of military nursing.


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