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Nursing Times Diamond 20

Can you help us find the most influential nurses of the past 60 years?

Cicely Saunders… Trevor Clay… Nancy Roper… Bob Tiffany… Robert Pratt… Barbara Stilwell… Steve Wright… Yvonne Moores… Alan Pearson… Judy Waterlow… Ann Keen… Catherine Baraniak… Audrey Emerton…

Who do you think has been the most influential nurse of the last 60 years? Nursing Times wants to know.

As part of our NHS 60th anniversary coverage, we are going to identify the 20 most influential nurses of the last six decades - and we need your views.

We would like you to nominate the people you believe have made the most difference to nursing. The top 20 people chosen from your nominations will be ranked by a panel of experts.

The list will be revealed at a special celebration of 60 years of nursing to be held in the Great Hall at Barts and the London NHS Trust on Thursday, 4th December.

Please click here to email us your nominations


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  • I am glad that the Nursing Times recognised nurses through the Diamond Awards. Not many people realise the effort, time, and dedication it takes to be a leader who will improve the suffering of so many patients by setting new standards and taking nursing forward. Many congratulations to those who are indeed the diamond nurses of the past 60 years

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