Winners of the 2021 Student Nursing Times Awards revealed

The winners of the 2021 Student Nursing Times Awards have been announced today at a sparkling event at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London.

The awards, which honour student nurses, education providers and mentors, are this year celebrating their 10th anniversary and were back in person after being held virtually in 2020.

There were winners across 21 categories including Educator of the Year, which went to David Rawcliffe, a senior lecturer in mental health nursing at Buckinghamshire New University.

Mr Rawcliffe was described as being a "positive psychologist" who "encourages students to realise what a difference they can make".

Meanwhile, Sian Chinnoyelum Chinwuba, from Middlesex University, was named Most Inspirational Student Nurse of the Year.

The judges said of Ms Chinwuba: "Their warm professionalism is engaging for patients and families. With real serenity, they get the small things right and also has international reach. The winner is far more inspiring and influential than they realise."

Dr Peter Carter, chair of Queen Victoria Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and former chief executive of the Royal College of Nursing, gave a speech at the event in which he urged students to "travel your nursing careers well".

Editor of Nursing Times, Steve Ford, said: “Congratulations to all our winners at the Student Nursing Times Awards 2021. The awards recognise a group of outstanding students on their journey to entering the nursing profession, as well as all those who support them along the way, including lecturers, universities and healthcare providers.

“Given the ongoing difficulties facing the education sector due to the pandemic, I was really impressed by the strength of entries that we received for the awards this year. Many featured learning innovations and outstanding students that reflect the challenges created by Covid-19, and that saw usual learning processes disrupted and nearly 30,000 students doing paid placements to help out on the front line."

Here is the full list of 2021 Student Nursing Awards winners:

  • Best Student Experience – Queen’s University Belfast
  • Educator of the Year – David Rawcliffe, Buckinghamshire New University
  • Partnership of the Year – Anglia Ruskin University, working in partnership to create a primary care digital health placement for student nurses
  • Teaching Innovation of the Year – King's College London, Around the world in 6 WHO regions; creating and delivery a 4 week virtual international elective for nursing students
  • Nursing Associate Trainee of the Year – Tarnia Lefevre, Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
  • Nursing Associate Training Programme Provider of the Year – Birmingham City University, Breaking barriers & choosing change: embedding learning from the pandemic to positively shape TNA experiences
  • Student Innovation in Practice – DeMonfort University, Development of accessible Covid-19 vaccination information poster for people with learning disabilities/people who benefit from easy read information
  • Mary Seacole Award for Outstanding Contribution to Diversity and Inclusion –Fahima Mustafe, University of East London
  • Nurse Education Provider of the Year (Pre-registration) – Liverpool John Moores University, BSc Nursing Programme
  • Nurse Education Provider of the Year (Post-registration) – University of Stirling, MSc Early Years Practice (Health Visiting) Programme
  • Learner of the Year: Post-registration – Shellie Jean Radford, Nottingham University Hopstals NHS Trust
  • Student Midwife of the Year – Nicolette Porter, Middlesex University
  • Student Placement of the Year: Community – Central London Community Healthcare NHS Trust, Merton Tissue Viability Nursing Team
  • Student Placement of the Year: Hospital – Glasgow Clinical Research Facility
  • Student Nurse of the Year: Adult – Stephanie Craig, Queen's University Belfast
  • Student Nurse of the Year: Children – Demie Risby, Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Foundation Trust
  • Student Nurse of the Year: Learning Disabilities – Anna Mulvihill, University of the West of England
  • Student Nurse of the Year: Mental Health – Elizabeth Eze, Birmingham City University
  • Outstanding Contribution to Student Affairs – Ryan Cahoon, Queen’s University Belfast
  • Practice Supervisor of the Year – Mark Cadogan, Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust
  • Most Inspirational Student Nurse of the Year – Sian Chinnoyelum Chinwuba, Middlesex University


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