Bursary Award 2017

The Nursing and Midwifery Values in Ireland:
Bursary Award 2017 - results

The Office of the Nursing & Midwifery Services Director, HSE is pleased to announce the winners of the Nursing and Midwifery Values in Ireland: Bursary Award 2017

 This bursary award is intended to recognise nurses and midwives who demonstrate a commitment to promoting the core values that underpin their practice Compassion, Care and Commitment

 Overall Winner of Bursary Award 2017

Names: Shirley Ingram, RANP (Tallaght); Niamh Kelly RANP (Tallaght); Jacqueline O’Toole, RANP (Naas)
Organisations: Tallaght Hospital & Naas General Hospital
Title of the initiative: Connecting Cardiology services through Advanced Nursing Practice - Nursing Values in Action                                                      

 Highly Commended (in no particular order):

Name: Mary Harron
Organisation: HSE West, Sligo/Leitrim Mental Health Service
Title of the initiative: Development of a “Pop-up” Acute Specialist Eating Disorders Service for the inpatient Management of Really Sick Patients with Anorexia Nervosa in Sligo/Leitrim
Name: Yvonne Delaney
Organisation: HSE, CHO 8
Title of the initiative: Partners in Care: Bringing Compassion, Care and Commitment To Life Within a Shared Decision-Making Framework
Name: Bebhinn O'Sullivan
Organisation: Cork University Hospital, HSE
Title of the initiative: Development and implementation of Adolescent section “Your Visit to Us” in hospital website
Names: Catherine McCarthy & Denise Kearney
Organisation: Mallow General Hospital, HSE
Title of the initiative: Providing holistic person centred care for adult patients with intellectual, physical and sensory disabilities requiring dental treatment under general anaesthetic in Mallow General Hospital
Names: Kim Ryan, Denise McGuinness, Dara Keeley & Martin Keane
Organisation: National Maternity Hospital, Holles Street, Dublin
Title of the initiative: National Maternity Hospital Neonatal Web Camera System