Judges

Our esteemed panel of judges are made up of leaders from the nursing and wider healthcare sector alongside a number of past award winners.

The Nursing Times Awards pride themselves on their rigorous judging process, where every entry is read by our panel of 100+ judges before creating a shortlist.

In stage two of judging, shortlisted entrants will present their entries to the judges for deliberation. This is currently scheduled to be in-person in our London offices (as it was pre-pandemic). This second stage is subject to change in accordance to official guidance relating to Covid-19.

The judges dedicate their time and energy to the awards, with many returning to help us every year. We just want to say a huge thank you to our judging panel for their hard work and commitment.

The 2021 judging panel are as follows

Liz

Alderton

District nurse team lead

North East London NHS Foundation Trust

Darryn

Allcorn

Chief nurse

Devon Clinical Commissioning Group and Devon Sustainability and Transformation Partnership

Jennifer

Allison

Associate director for nursing & midwifery (interim)

NIHR Office of Nursing and Midwifery

Paula

Anderson

Chief nursing information officer

University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Maya

Aquino-Guerrero

Clinical specialist lead/ honorary specialist practitioner

NHS Supply Chain and Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust

Leanne

Atkin

Lecturer practitioner school of human and health/ vascular nurse consultant

The University of Huddersfield and The Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust

Sarah

Atkinson

Primary Care Liaison Nurse (learning disabilities)

Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

Julie

Attenborough

Associate professor in nursing

City, University of London, School of Health Sciences

Fran

Beadle

National clinical informatics lead nursing

Digital Health and Care Wales

Dr Amit

Bhargava

Senior member

College of Medicine

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