Edith Cavell Leadership Awards-2015


The Cavell Nurses’ Trust Scholarship Awards are the UK’s first Awards dedicated solely to student nurses and midwives on undergraduate courses. As we head into 2015, the Centenary of Edith Cavell’s death, this awards commemorate Edith Cavell’s bravery, enthusiasm for education and her dedication to the profession. The awards also serve to promote the great work that nurses do.

NHS Professionals is the proud sponsor of the Edith Cavell Leadership Award, which is now for open to nursing an midwifery students for nominations. The award recognises leadership, talent and success and provides a unique opportunity to enhance the winners’ future in the profession.

Applicants must demonstrate enthusiasm and interest in the ‘universal’ importance of nursing/midwifery and the value of sharing expertise across the wider community. Each application will be judged on its own merit.

These awards are a superb opportunity for student nurses and midwives to gain national exposure and recognition for their achievement. Application forms can be downloaded from the Cavell website via the link below and the deserving winner will be awarded with a scholarship placement either abroad or in the UK plus a £2,000 cash prize.

You can enter yourself into the awards and will need to be supported by your university tutor/mentor.

To enter the awards now or for more information please click here.

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