LJMU School of Nursing and Allied Health celebrate multiple March awards and nominations

LJMU’s School of NAH has been shortlisted for nine awards at the Student Nursing Times Awards 2022 as well as a £2,000 Nursing and Midwifery Coordinator Social Prescribing Studentship awarded to Adult Nursing Student, John Wells.

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The Student Nursing Times Awards 2022 takes place on Friday 27th May in London and LJMU has received twelve shortlisted nominations across nine categories: 

Student Nurse of the Year: Adult; Liam Stevenson 

Student Nurse of the Year: Child; Stephanie Slater 

Student Nurse of the Year: Mental Health; James Savage and Stephanie Fairweather 

Most Inspirational Student of the Year; James Savage, Stephanie Fairweather and Laura Knowles 

Outstanding Contribution to Student Affairs; Laura Knowles 

Practice Supervisor of the Year; Tony Maguire, Alder Hey 

Best Student Experience; Student Mentor Service 

Teaching and Innovation; Clinical Simulation Placement 

Mary Seacole Award for outstanding contribution to diversity and inclusion; Diana Anane Tabiri 

Those nominated will then submit presentations and take part in face-to-face interviews before the winners are announced at the Student Nursing Times Awards in May. 

As well as the SNTA’s, The Faculty of Health are also celebrating Adult Nursing student, John Wells who has been selected to represent Nursing and Midwifery students at the National Academy of Social Prescribing. 

John Wells was up against stiff competition for the £2,000 Nursing and Midwifery Coordinator Social Prescribing Studentship and panelists commented that it was John’s ‘bottoms up approach, involving the community, as well as his desire to grow the team, and engage with the rest of the members of the Social Prescribing Champion Scheme,’ which landed him the role. 

John Wells said:  “I am so honored to have received this position, it has never been open to student nurses previously, only student medics, and I plan to work collaboratively with all fellow students to show the rest of the UK, how amazing the students here at LJMU are.” 

LJMU Subject Lead for Nursing in the School of Nursing and Allied Health, Lorraine Shaw, said: “We are enormously proud of all our students within the School of Nursing and Allied Health who continue to go above and beyond, and the award nominations and studentship are further evidence of the amazing work they are doing.” 

Find out more about LJMU’s School of Nursing and Allied Health 

Find out more about the Student Nursing Times Awards and the 2022 shortlist 



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