Nursing Times Awards finalists celebrated with HRH the Prince of Wales today at a reception at Clarence House.
As a long-time supporter of the awards, the Prince of Wales invited the shortlisted nurses to his London residence to congratulate them on their achievements and hear more about their work.
Nursing Times editor Jenni Middleton introduced the finalists to the prince. “We are thrilled that once again that HRH the Prince of Wales has invited Nursing Times Awards finalists to a reception at his home,” said Ms Middleton.
“He thanked all the nurses for their work and it was a joy to see them being shown how much they and their work is valued,” she said.
”It was a joy to see [the awards finalists] being shown how much they and their work is valued”
Jenni Middleton, editor, Nursing Times
Ms Middleton will present this year’s Nursing Times Awards this evening at a special ceremony at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London, where the winners will be announced.
For the fourth time, the awards will include the HRH The Prince of Wales award for integrated approaches to care.
A special awards brochure, outlining all the winners and their entries, will also be published online tomorrow.
Earlier in the day, HRH The Prince of Wales met Nursing Times Awards finalists at St Mary’s Hospital.