The University of Plymouth has made the final of six categories at the Student Nursing Times Awards – with one student named in no fewer than three.
The national awards celebrate excellence in all specialties of student nursing, and the University’s teaching, innovation, and student endeavour have all been recognised.
Joy O’Gorman, who has just finished her third year, has been shortlisted for Most Inspirational Student Nurse of the Year, Student Nurse of the Year: Adult, and Outstanding Contribution to Student Affairs.
Student, Hannah Graham, has been shortlisted in Student Innovation in Practice thanks to her work promoting autism awareness and improving the experiences of autistic service users.
And the University has been shortlisted for Nursing Associate Training Programme Provider of the Year, led by Sandy Knowles, and Teaching Innovation of the Year, based around Hannah Ames’ idea of Twitter revision quizzes during lockdown.
The winners will be announced on Thursday 4 November 2021 at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London.