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Pictures from the Student Nursing Times Awards 2013

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A picture paints a thousand words: in this case they paint a story of achievement, time and effort and extraordinary nurses.

Huge congratulations from everyone at Nursing Times and Student Nursing Times, not just to our winners but to everyone talented enough to recieve “Highly Commended”, to be shortlisted and to be nominated for an award.




University of Stirling is the proud home of our “Student Nurse of the Year - Adult Branch” Lorraine Armstrong


Amy Wilkinson from London South Bank University walked away with the award for “Student Nurse of the Year - Child Branch”


Jodie Kirby from Birmingham City University was our winner in the “Student Nurse of the Year - Mental Health Branch” category



Emma Jane Consadine looking deservedly happy with her award for “Student Nurse of the Year - Learning Disabilities Branch”


In our “Post-Registration Student Nurse of the Year” category, Alice Bevan showed the judges she was the worthy winner


St Luke’s Kenton Grange Hospice were rewarded for their outstanding efforts as “Community Student Placement of the Year”


And in the “Hospital Student Placement of the Year” category, Stockport Foundation Trust stole the show


When it comes to “Teaching Innovation of the Year” University of Stirling could not be beaten


Rachel Pass (University of West of England) wowed the judges to walk away with our new category “Student Midwife of the Year”


With her “Outstanding Contribution to Student Affairs” award, Victoria Lonsdale did the University of Nottingham proud


This year’s “Lecturer of the Year” award went to Julie Dulson of University of Cumbria


While the “Nurse Education Provider of the Year - Post Registration” Award was snapped up by the University of Northumbria


In the “Nurse Education Provider of the Year - Pre-registration” category, Manchester Metropolitan University flooded the stage to recieve their award


Stockport Found Trust stole the limelight again by providing us with our “Mentor of the Year” Stella Ross


All smiles from Jemma Pogson from the University of York as she was handed the award for “Outstanding Contribution to Practice Placements”


Stockport Foundation Trust and Manchester Metropolitan University showed the true meaning of Teamwork and were awarded the “Partnership of the Year” award


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  • Id like to say a huge thankyou to The Student Nursing Times team , especially the judges on the panel for Mentor of the Year, for naming me , Stella Ross, Student Nursing Times Mentor of the Year 2013 . Its such an honour to receive this award.

    A massive thankyou to you all , for recognising, and celebrating the dedication , enthusiasm, and passion of mentors, in what can only be described , I believe, as one of the most fulfilling roles in nursing ; Its more than just teaching a student how to administer an injection , or completing documentation correctly, its that fantastic opportunity to mould your student in to a nurse for the future, with compassion, and kindness, and consideration, and competance, ultimately they our future workforce , and it still blows me away , what a privilege that is.
    Thankyou Student Nursing Times for shining a light on all the good work being done out there day in, day out for students , its just what we all need. A brilliant event, that can only go from strength to strength, well done to all finalists and winners

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