If you know an outstanding nurse or midwife who deserves to be honoured, now is the time to nominate them for the 10th annual HESTA Australian Nursing Awards.
The annual Awards recognise graduates, individuals and teams for their professionalism, innovation and care, across a range of health settings.
Nominations are being sought from colleagues, patients and employers and are open until 11 March 2016.
HESTA CEO, Debby Blakey, said the Awards shine a spotlight on the vital work carried out by nursing professionals, often in difficult circumstances.
“Every year I’m inspired by the nominations we receive that detail the amazing work of nursing professionals that are making a difference to the lives of so many Australians,” Ms Blakey said… Read More>>
Original article published in The Daily Examiner
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