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2014 winners announced

On 29 October more than 1,100 nursing professionals gathered at the Grosvenor House Hotel, to hear which initiatives have inspired the nursing community over the last year and to see who walked away with a Nursing Times Award.

This year we had a fantastic year for entries with nearly 800 entries from 306 organisations and a record number of people in the room. It was as always an inspirational night which honoured the amazing work that nurses carry out every day.

We are pleased to announce the deserving winners!

Jenni Middleton, editor of Nursing Times, commented:

“The winners of year’s Nursing Times Awards showcase projects that are smart, innovative and compassionate. Our 2014 winners prove that that it takes brains to be a good nurse – but it also takes passion and a desire to want to bring about real and sustainable change.”

“Huge congratulations to all our deserving winners for achieving that and making such a massive impact on patient and service user care, safety and experience. I hope you are all #Proud2Nurse. You certainly should be. ”

All of this year’s entrants, finalists & winners deserve to be recognised for their contribution to the nursing profession. Our judging panel made up of 82 senior and influential figures from the nursing profession, had the very difficult task of narrowing down the hundreds of entries to an exceptional shortlist and then to select the very worthy winners. The judges were extremely impressed with all the hard work and innovation displayed by the entrants this year.

If you attended the awards last night we would love to hear your thoughts. Please take our short survey; it only takes a few moments to complete.

To see photos from the awards visit our flickr site

Congratulations to all of the winners and finalists, we look forward to seeing you again next year. Register your interest for the 2015 Nursing Times Awards to make sure you are part of this inspirational event.

 

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