As part of supporting best practice in healthcare, MGP and Guidelines for Nurses were proud to sponsor the Andrew Parker Student Nurse Award at the recent RCNi Nurse Awards.
The ceremony that took place at the Westminster Park Plaza Hotel on Friday 5 May 2017, showcased the innovative and inspirational work of nurses from all over the UK.
Student nurse winner Zoe Butler, from the University of Cumbria, won the Guidelines for Nurses sponsored award for her ‘Hot Potato’ project aimed at raising awareness and reducing the stigma of mental health problems within the younger population.
Natalie Hayeem, Managing Editor of Guidelines for Nurses said, ‘We are very proud to have been involved in such an event. Our whole purpose is to support nurses at all stages of their careers, enabling them to deliver the best care possible; and the stories we heard on Friday night show what an amazing group of people the nurses in the UK are.’
‘Student nurses are an incredibly important part of the future of healthcare, and we were humbled by the work that all the nominees have been able to accomplish alongside their nursing studies. The Guidelines for Nurses team would like to take this opportunity to congratulate Zoe on her win and wish her success for the future.’
Photo courtesy of the RCNi.
From left to right: Professor Kath McCourt CBE, RCN Fellow, former Chair of RCN Council and Vice Chair of the Commonwealth Nurses and Midwives Federation; Natalie Hayeem, Managing Editor of Guidelines for Nurses; Zoe Butler, University of Cumbria; Philip Parker, Andrew Parker Estate and Kate Garraway, television and radio presenter.