North East London Foundation Trust winners of the 'Data and Technology' category with Stuart Rankin and Jenni Middleton
North East London Foundation Trust winners of the 'Data and Technology' category with Stuart Rankin and Jenni Middleton

Nursing Times Awards 2017

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Cayder were proud sponsors for the second year of the Nursing Times Awards. We continued to support the 'Technology and Data in Nursing' category which recognises initiatives that have used technology and data in a truly innovative and patient-focused way to improve healthcare provision. This category also looks to highlight the growing importance of technology in the everyday life of nursing.

With over 1,200 nurses attending on the night, Jenni opened the night with a 'Special Recognition Award' going to the 11 trusts involved in providing a response to the London and Manchester terror attacks.

"The Nursing Times Awards shine a light on these areas of the profession that we don't see as much in the media. But sometimes, nursing is about rescue – and this year as well as our awards for the clinical specialities, teams and individuals who are pioneers in their fields, we have honoured the 11 trusts involved in providing a response to the London and Manchester terror attacks in 2017. These nurses have shown the NHS at its very best, and it is right we pay tribute to their bravery and dedication in caring for the victims of those attacks and their families. We are proud to offer those 11 trusts each a Special Recognition Award."
Jenni Middleton, Editor, Nursing Times

It was a fantastic evening celebrating all that is special in nursing. It was a close call for the winners of the 'Data and Technology' category, 10 different trusts from around the country making it onto the finalists list, with North East London Foundation Trust walking away as winners on the evening.



The Nursing Times Awards have been running for over 30 years and is the largest and most recognised annual celebration of nursing excellence. This year taking place on the 2nd November at the Grosvenor House Hotel, the awards will bring together over 1,200 frontline staff, nurse managers, directors and the sectors great and good. These prestigious awards recognise outstanding teams and individuals, showcasing the superb innovations that are shaping and improving nurse-led care. The event also provides an invaluable opportunity to boost the morale of hard-working nurses who often go unrecognised.