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LSBU students and staff shortlisted for five Student Nursing Times Awards

16 February 2023

Six London South Bank University (LSBU) students and one member of staff have been shortlisted in the annual Student Nursing Times Awards. The Student Nursing Times Awards 2023 celebrate the very best in Nursing and Midwifery education by recognising and rewarding brilliant students and educational establishments.

LSBU is proud to have six students shortlisted in three categories: ‘Student Nurse of the Year: Children’, ‘Student Midwife of the Year’, and the ‘Mary Seacole Award for Outstanding Contribution to Diversity and Inclusion’.

LSBU Senior Lecturer in Adult Nursing, Jane Crussell, is also nominated for ‘University Educator of the Year’.

LSBU Institute of Health and Social Care is shortlisted for the ‘Partnership of the Year’ Award, in recognition of its important collaboration with Gift of Living Donation (GOLD) – a Black African Caribbean community organisation dedicated to transforming the lives of Black people through living kidney donation.

The full list of LSBU’s shortlisted students and staff, and their Student Nursing Times Awards categories, is as follows:

  • Student Nurse of the Year: Children: Samantha Palmer, Ellie Scott Cole and Tim Walsh
  • Mary Seacole Award for Outstanding Contribution to Diversity and Inclusion: Sarah Quashie (LSBU Community Ambassador)
  • Student Midwife of the Year: Rachel Brackpool and Amba Morrell
  • Partnership of the Year: LSBU and Gift of Living Donation (GOLD)
  • University Educator of the Year: Jane Crussell, Senior Lecturer Adult Nursing.

Congratulations to all our brilliant, shortlisted students and staff at the LSBU Institute of Health and Social Care!