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16th Annual Conference - Awards and Scholarships

Mark Roche 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 O12: Breaking bad news - The HIV experience
Mark Roche, Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust and Michelle Croston, North Manchester General Hospital

Pictured from left to right are: Michelle Croston (Chair, NHIVNA) and Mark Roche.

Rebecca Hawley NHIVNA/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 O9: Homeless hostel outreach clinic
Rebecca Hawley, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Pictured from left to right are: Michelle Croston (Chair, NHIVNA), Rebecca Hawley and Nathaniel Brito-Ault (Chair, NHIVNA Judging Panel).

Hilary Piercy NHIVNA Best Poster Award

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

Abstract P12: What adherence support do patients require from an HIV service?
Hilary Piercy, Sheffield Hallam University

Pictured from left to right are: Michelle Croston (Chair, NHIVNA) and Hilary Piercy.

Sophie Kavallares NHIVNA Best Oral Award

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

Abstract O2: Qualitative exploration of Adult Nurses' perceptions of caring for a patient with an infectious disease, with a primary focus on HIV.
Sophie Kavallares, University of Nottingham

Pictured from left to right are: Michelle Croston (Chair, NHIVNA), Sophie Kavallares and Nathaniel Brito-Ault (Chair, NHIVNA Judging Panel).

Pauline Jelliman The NHIVNA/Gilead Sciences HIV Nursing Award 2014

The NHIVNA / Gilead HIV Nursing 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.

Extract from nominations: "(Pauline has) worked tirelessly to maintain and develop a Nurse Led Team of Specialist HIV Community Nurses delivering appropriate care to some challenging and complex indiviuduals. Many of her client group lead chaotic lives, adding to the challenge of meeting their care needs".

"(Pauline has provided) many years of dedicated service to the world of HIV nursing, benefiting both patients and staff alike".
 

Pauline Jelliman, Liverpool Community Health

Pictured from left to right are: Michelle Croston (Incoming Chair, NHIVNA) and Pauline Jelliman




 

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