The Student Nursing Times Awards celebrate the very best in nurse education by recognising and rewarding brilliant students and educational establishments and honouring those who are committed to developing new nursing talent as mentors, lecturers and providers of placements.
Commented on her win, Amy said: "I am so truly honoured to receive this award.
I really didn't think I would win. I would like to thank all of my lecturers and mentors from my time at LSBU and Great Ormond Street Hospital.
I would also like to mention Kirsten Gunn, to thank her for all her time spent with me and everything she has done for me, and of course for nominating me. Thank you all."
The University this year achieved the shortlist in five categories at the Student Nursing Times Award, receiving nominations in the categories 'Nurse Education Provider of the Year (post-registration)', 'Student Nurse of the Year: Children', 'Student Nurse of the Year: Learning Disabilities', and 'Student Nurse of the Year: Midwifery', testimony to the outstanding health provision offered by the University and to its high calibre of students.