In Pictures: Student Nursing Times Awards 2021
On 4 November, Queen's University Belfast won three awards in the prestigious Student Nursing Times Awards 2021.
The School of Nursing and Midwifery won the 'Best Student Experience in the UK' category against stiff competition from other universities, for the innovative and compassionate way in which they supported their students as they joined the NHS during the pandemic.
Stephanie Craig also won 'Student Nurse of the Year: Adult' for her work to make life better for people with dementia and their communities.
In addition, final year Queen's student, Ryan Cahoon won the 'Outstanding Contribution to Student Affairs' award for his role spear-heading a range of different initiatives.
The Student Nursing Times Awards, now in their 10th year, honour student nurses, education providers and mentors.
The School of Nursing and Midwifery receiving the award for Student Experience of the Year. Front, L-R: Niall McKenna; Debbie Rainey; Donna Fitzsimons (Head of School). Back: Doris Corkin; Johanna McMullan; Barry Quinn.
Stephanie Craig receives her 'Student Nurse of the Year: Adult' award.
Stephanie Craig and her mum.
Ryan Cahoon receiving the 'Outstanding Contribution to Student Affairs' award.
Ryan Cahoon (winner) and Catherine McLaughlin (shortlisted) with the award for 'Outstanding Contribution to Student Affairs'.