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CNO recognised in honours list

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Chief nursing officer for England Chris Beasley has been made a Dame in the Queen’s annual birthday honours list. It goes with the CBE she was given in 2002.

Donna Kinnair, director of clinical leadership (nursing) at Southwark PCT, has also been made a Dame, while Hugh McKenna, professor of nursing and dean of the Faculty of Life and Health Sciences at Ulster University, and Rosemary Cook, director of the Queen’s Nursing Institute, have both been made CBEs.

A total of eight nurses were awarded OBEs. These included Rose Stephens, former chief nurse and deputy chief executive of Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, who retired from the trust in March after a 40-year career working at hospitals in West Yorkshire.

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