Cooperation Collaboration and Teamwork (CCT) Recognition Award

Pediatric Diabetic Education Centre team

Mary Jetha, centre, and the Pediatric Diabetes Education Centre team receive the 2019 Cooperation, Collaboration and Teamwork Award.

The Department of Pediatrics recognizes that cooperation, collaboration and teamwork (CCT) are essential to achieving our vision. The Cooperation, Collaboration and Teamwork Recognition Award recognizes those groups who function as a team in delivering high quality education, research, child health and/or administration as part of the department's activities to the academic environment and/or the larger community.


Terms of Reference and Nomination Form

  • For more details on this award, view the terms of reference.
  • Watch for nominations in spring 2021.

Recent Award Recipients

2019 - 2020: Charles Larson and 3D Hearts Visualization team

2018 - 2019:
Pediatric Diabetes Education Centre (PDEC) team

2017 - 2018: PICU/PCICU Extracoporeal Life Support (ECLS) team

2016 - 2017: Pediatric Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) Multidisciplinary Team

2015 - 2016: A Baby's Journey - collaborative project between the Royal Alexandra NICU, Women's Health, Pediatrics, and NICU families

2014 - 2015: Western Canadian Complex Pediatric Therapies Followup Program

2013 - 2014: Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) Clinical and Research Services

2012 - 2013: Lonnie Zwaigenbaum and the Autism Treatment Network (ATN)