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15th Annual Conference - Scholarships and awards

Krattinger Rennison Charitable Trust Nursing Research Award

The prize is awarded for an original piece of nursing research presented at the NHIVNA Annual Conference, either as an oral or poster presentation.
 

Abstract O11: What are you trying to say? – Pilot study results
Michelle Croston, North Manchester General Hospital

Pictured from left to right are: Juliet Bennett (judging panel representative), Nathaniel Ault (Chair, NHIVNA) and Michelle Croston.

Mediscript Clinical Practice Award

The prize was awarded for a clinical practice initiative that has made an impact on patient care presented at the NHIVNA Annual Conference, either as an oral or poster presentation.
 

Abstract O5: Development of an integrated care pathway (ICP) for HIV outpatient care in Scotland
Linda Panton, Western General Hospital, Edinburgh

Pictured from left to right are: Nathaniel Ault (Chair, NHIVNA) and Jayne Churchill collecting on behalf of Linda Panton.

NHIVNA Best Poster Award

This prize was awarded for the best poster presentation displayed at the NHIVNA Annual Conference.
 

Abstract P16: 'Are we there yet?': Raising the profile of HIV for non-HIV healthcare workers
Tracey Buckingham, Royal Sussex County Hospital, Brighton

Pictured from left to right are: Juliet Bennett (judging panel representative), Nathaniel Ault (Chair, NHIVNA) and Tracey Buckingham.

NHIVNA Best Oral Award

This prize was awarded for the best oral presentation delivered at the NHIVNA Annual Conference.
 

Abstract O7: Operational barriers to the implementation of opt-out HIV testing in novel settings
Rachel Bath, Barts Health NHS Trust, London

Pictured from left to right are: Pauline Jelliman (judging panel representative), Nathaniel Ault (Chair, NHIVNA) and Rachel Bath.

The NHIVNA/Gilead Sciences HIV Nursing Award 2013

The NHIVNA / Gilead Nurse of the year award was set up in 2007 to recognise the outstanding achievements of nurses who have made a significant or unique contribution to the care and quality of life of people with HIV.

The winner of this year’s award has been instrumental in setting up an integrated HIV community team that has provided a gold standard, cohesive care package for people living in Brighton. She has always kept the patient experience at the heart of everything she has achieved and set up. As a manager and as a nurse she is the ultimate role model.

Anna Bamford, Sussex Community Health NHS Trust

Pictured from left to right are: Nathaniel Ault (Chair, NHIVNA) and Anna Bamford

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