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Thursday, 01 October 2020 07:51

Nursing Times Award 2020 - 30th Anniversary!


This year marks the 30th anniversary of the Nursing Times Awards, as well as the International Year of the Nurse and the Midwife. Following a difficult year, the 2020 awards ceremony will be extra special to ensure that the hard work and dedication of the nursing profession is recognised and celebrated.

We have been monitoring advice and guidance from the UK government and unfortunately it is clear that we are unable to gather in large numbers to celebrate your collective achievements. As a result, and because of how incredibly important it is to gather together in some way to acknowledge the hard work and innovation of you and your peers, we are making this event virtual!

The virtual ceremony will take place on Wednesday 18 November 2020 and we'd love it if you joined us as we uncover our incredible winners.

During a challenging year for the profession, we were honoured to hear your stories and read your entries to the 2020 Nursing Times Awards. Our judges had a tough job deciding on the finalists and now we are delighted to share with you who made the shortlist!

We wish the following good luck and congratulations on your nominations!

The nominations on the website reflect:

  • WO2 Robbie Beech Florence Nightingale Nurse of the Year
  • Lt Jenny Dyson RN JHG(SE)- Nurse Leader of the Year
  • DPHC Psychotherapy treatment for Defence Mental Health Services
  • DPHC Early Intervention in Occupational Health
  • Sgt Lucy Laughton RAF – Rising Star

If you would like to register for the event you can do so here:

Good Luck to All!

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