2016 Winners revealed
The winners of the Student Nursing Times Awards 2016 were announced yesterday at an inspiring awards lunch, held at the London Hilton on Park Lane.
The awards are a perfect opportunity to support the whole student nursing profession and to celebrate the achievements of the student nurses shaping the future of nursing. Yesterday we did just that – with over 750 talented student nurses, education providers, and mentors in the room, 163 finalists on the shortlist and 17 deserving winners.
The who’s who of nursing were in the room to help celebrate with our finalists, including Jane Cummings, Chief Nursing Officer for England, David Foster, Head of the Nursing, Midwifery an Allied Health Professionals Policy Unit, and Jackie Smith, Chief Executive of the Nursing Midwifery Council.
It has been fantastic to see the students continuing to excel in their studies and go the extra mile; and to see the placements and universities providers influencing and inspiring our nurses of the future.
View pictures from yesterday’s awards.
Jenni Middleton, Editor of Nursing Times magazine said:
“If you are training to be a nurse or are already a nurse, you are a pretty exceptional person. It is an incredibly tough job. It is an amazingly rewarding profession. And it takes someone incredibly special to do it. It takes skill, it takes knowledge, it takes hard work, it takes dedication, and it takes commitment to be a nurse. At Nursing Times, we want to support nurses to be the best they can be. Our Nursing Times Awards winners and Student Nursing Times Awards winners are role models of what hard work, commitment and talent can see you achieve.”
Many thanks to all our sponsors, judges and everyone that entered. Well done to all the finalists and deserving winners.
If you would like to be enter of next year’s awards, please register your interest here.
In the meantime, continue to inspire, excel and motivate; we look forward to reading all your great entries in the 2017 awards.