East and North Herts NHS Trust carers lead and nurses nominated for RCNi Nurse Awards

PUBLISHED: 16:58 25 February 2017

East and North Herts NHS Trust's enhanced care team has been shortlisted for this year's RCNi Nurse Awards.

East and North Herts NHS Trust's enhanced care team has been shortlisted for this year's RCNi Nurse Awards.

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The East and North Herts NHS Trust’s carers lead and enhanced care team have both been shortlisted for top national nursing awards.

East and North Herts NHS Trust carers lead Jodie Deards has been nominated in the RCNi Nurse Awards.East and North Herts NHS Trust carers lead Jodie Deards has been nominated in the RCNi Nurse Awards.

The RCNi Nurse Awards celebrate the best of the UK’s nursing workforce.

Jodie Deards is up for the Commitment to Carers award, while the enhanced care team – led by matron Emily Watts – has been shortlisted for the Nursing Older People award.

Trust director of nursing Liz Lees said: “I’m proud to see their hard work and dedication recognised.”

The RCNi Nurse Awards are at the Westminster Park Plaza on May 5.

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