Nominations for Good Practice awards: 9 October - 24 November 2017
The Good Practice awards are a celebration of good practice in general practice nursing. Any nurse working as part of a GP practice team is eligible to enter (e.g., Advanced Nurse Practitioner, Practice Nurse, Primary Care Nurse).
Nominations can be made by any of the following: primary care nurses, care workers, colleagues, managers, patients, families or carer or any other health or social care professional as long as they are able to demonstrate how the person they are nominating meets the criteria.
The nominations for the awards starts on 9 October to 24 November 2017.
Further information about the awards and how to nominate are available below:
There's nothing general about General Practice Nursing Entry Information Pack
Practice Nurse of the Year Nomination Form
Healthcare Practitioner of the Year Nomination Form 2017
Innovative Training Practice of the Year
People's Choice Award
Rising Star Nomination Form 2017
Practice Nursing Team of the Year Nomination Form 2017
Inspirational Leader Nomination Form 2017
Transforming Services Award
GPN Innovator of the Year
The Judges will be meeting to review the nominations in late November 2017. Shortlisted finalists will be notified mid December 2017.
Each CCG's finalists will receive their tickets to attend the awards ceremony in early January 2018.
Awards Ceremony: February 2018
This event, the first of its kind in Greater Manchester, has been designed by the GM Practice Nurse Forum as a platform to celebrate the achievements of General Practice Nursing from each CCG, and to support the expectations of the national GPN 10 point plan.
The programme for the event will be a conference style afternoon from 1pm in February 2018, Jon Rouse Chief Officer, Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership will be opening the conference style afternoon, there will be a dinner early evening, followed by the award ceremony to celebrate the very best of GM Primary Care Nursing.
The event has been collaboratively supported by all Greater Manchester CCGs and Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership.