LJMU award winners
Three students from the School of Nursing and Allied Health have won awards at the Patient Experience Network National Awards (PENNA) 2023.
The PEN awards which were held at The University of Birmingham saw eight LJMU students nominated across several different categories.
The students from LJMU who won awards:
Ava Milligan, Adult Student Nurse: Student Patient Experience Advocate and Educator of Tomorrow Award
John Wells, Adult Student Nurse: Educational activities to support healthcare staff and enhance patient care: Student Experience Educator of Tomorrow Award
Emma Davey, MSc Advanced Healthcare Practice student, supporting a young cancer patient home during the covid pandemic and lockdown: Fiona Littledale Award
Two LJMU students were also runners up in two other categories after being nominated by School of Nursing and Advance Practice staff.
The Patient Experience Network National Awards are the first and only awards programme to recognise best practice in patient experience across all facets of health and social care in the UK.
The Patient Experience Network (PEN) is an independent, ‘not for profit’, service provider and membership-based network founded upon an understanding of the importance of a great experience – whether this is for patients, carers or staff who has a desire to improve patient, service user or staff experience.
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