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 70+ judges before creating a shortlist. Every shortlisted entrant will then get a chance to attend a judging day between Monday 7 September to Monday 14 September to pitch face-to-face to our panel of judges on why they should win. 

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. 

Take a look at the 2020 judging panel below.

Donato

Tallo

Practice education facilitator

Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust

Dezita

Taylor-Robinson

Head of department for pre-qualifying practice, operating department practitioner

Birmingham City University

Stuart

Tuckwood

National officer for nursing

Unison

Professor Jamie

Waterall

Deputy chief nurse (chief nurse, maternity & early years directorate)

Public Health England

David

Waters

Associate professor/ Head of department- post qualifying healthcare practice

Birmingham City University

Shaun

Watson

Chair

National HIV Nurses Association

Lucy

Webber

Practise educator for private care

The Royal Marsden

Polly

Weston

Team lead continence service (South Cumbria)

University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay FT

Greta

Westwood

Chief executive

Florence Nightingale Foundation

Neil

Wigglesworth

Director, IPC

Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust

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