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Have you made the shortlist for the 2018 Nursing Times Workforce Awards?

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We have just released details of the nurses and nursing teams that have made it onto the shortlist for this year’s Nursing Times Workforce Awards.

Nursing Times Workforce Summit and Awards logo

Nursing Times Workforce Summit and Awards logo

Nursing Times Workforce Summit and Awards logo 2018

Congratulations to all those who have made it into the final pool for judging across our 11 award categories.

You can see if you, your team or your organisation has reached the shortlist stage by visiting the Nursing Times Workforce Summits and Awards website.

The winners will be announced during our awards ceremony on 4 October at the Grange Tower Bridge Hotel in London. Don’t forget to book your place.

Nursing Times has launched the new set of awards to accompany our inaugural Workforce Summit event that is focused on looking at solutions to the current nurse staffing crisis.

The awards seek to recognise and reward the excellent work that is being done by employers to support the nursing and midwifery workforce.

Steve Ford, editor of Nursing Times, said: “Through the awards we will highlight organisations that are already delivering exceptional experiences for employees – whether through preceptorship, training and career development or wellbeing initiatives.”

Prior to the awards ceremony, the summit will feature a series of debates and presentations based around developing a nursing and midwifery workforce that is fit for the future.

Among others, delegates will hear from Ruth May, executive director of nursing at NHS Improvement, Sara Gorton, head of health at Unison, and Crystal Oldman, chief executive of the Queen’s Nursing Institute.

Mr Ford added: “We do hope you can bring along your teams to benefit from the comprehensive programme on offer and hope it provides you with renewed energy, inspiration and focus to help tackle the workforce challenge, both now and in the future.”

Visit the Nursing Times Workforce Summit and Awards website for more information on attending the event

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