The Western New South Wales Rural Health District (WNSWLHD) is pleased to announce this year’s recipients. 2023 Nursing and Midwifery Awardsincludes two new awards launched this year as part of the International Nurses Day celebrations.
The Pauline Webster-Cox Awards for New Nurse of the Year, Nurse of the Year and Team of the Year, along with the district’s first Nurse/Midwife Leader of the Year and Aboriginal of the Year awards. She also won the Nursing and Midwifery Award. announced.
WNSWLHD’s Executive Director of Quality, Clinical Safety and Nursing, Adrian Fahey, today announced the winners who were presented with awards by guests and colleagues at a local gala in the district.
“All the winners of this year’s awards, the five announced today, Midwife of the Year Announced Last Week. Our winners never seek praise, but they deserve it,” said Feich.
“Our nurses are the front lines of our entire healthcare system. rice field.
“Their warmth, compassion and dedication continue to provide empathy and care in every interaction with patients. is.”
Fahey said the addition of two new awards will help recognize achievements across the nurse and midwife workforce, and will also link district awards to NSW Health’s Outstanding Nursing Award and Midwifery Healing Hearts Award. He said that it is intended to cooperate with
“By creating the Aboriginal Nurse/Midwife of the Year Award and the Nursing and Midwifery Leader of the Year Award, we ensure that the dedication and dedication of nurses and midwives at all levels of the workforce is recognized You can,” Feich said.
“The Aboriginal Nurse/Midwife of the Year Award demonstrates an extraordinary commitment to providing quality, safe, compassionate and culturally appropriate care to Aboriginal people and communities, Awarded to outstanding Aboriginal nurses or midwives who advocate for improved care and the realization of better health care.” Providing services to Aboriginal people and communities.
“The Nursing/Midwifery Leader of the Year Award recognizes nurses or midwives who have demonstrated outstanding leadership in the areas of clinical care, administration, education and research.
“Our winners also become district nominees for the New South Wales Department of Health Nursing Excellence Award and Midwifery Healing Hearts Award. You will definitely be given the opportunity to be
“I would also like to congratulate all of the finalists for this year’s awards and thank all the hardworking nurses and midwives in our school district. It’s an important opportunity to show your appreciation.”
Nominations for the 2023 Outstanding Nurse-Midwife Healing Hearts Award close on Friday, June 23, 2023. Learn more about. New South Wales Health Website.
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