Proud supporters of The Irish Healthcare Awards 2023
Scottish Nursing Guild is proud to be supporting the 2023 Irish Healthcare Awards – Recognised as Ireland’s leading and most prestigious medical awards.
Created by the Irish Medical Times, the awards are now in their 22nd year and celebrate innovation and excellence across the Irish healthcare sector from the past year.
This year, we’re sponsoring The Nursing and Midwifery Project category. This award for a nurse or midwife-led project recognises the effectiveness of initiatives with clearly defined results and outcomes, originated by an individual nurse or midwife or a team.
The event will be held on Tuesday 5 December at The Dublin Royal Convention Centre. If you’re interested in attending, you can book here.
You can also enter yourself, a team or an organisation to be nominated for an award here.
Stay tuned for more information on nominees later this year.
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