The NHS England Community Nursing Research Awards recognise excellence in Community Nursing research. The 2022 awards ceremony was hosted at City, University of London.
The NHS England Community Nursing Research Awards recognise excellence in community nursing research.
On 6 December 2022, the year's awards were presented at a ceremony hosted by the School of Health & Psychological Sciences at City, University of London in collaboration with the International Collaboration of Community Health Nursing Research (ICCHNR).
The Awards ceremony preceded the delivery of the 3rd Lisbeth Hockey Memorial Lecture by Professor Sally Kendall.
Professor Kendall also led the award proceedings which included video presentations from the four NHS England Community Nursing Research Award winners, and three further awardees winning Highly Commended Awards for their research.
Watch video presentations from the NHS England Community Nursing Research Award winners on the ICCHNR website.
The NHS England Community Nursing Research Awards 2022 winners are:
Dr Ben Bowers
Community Palliative Care Nurse and Wellcome Post-Doctoral Fellow
The National Institute for Health Research School for Primary Care Research NIHR SPCR
‘Is having access to injectable anticipatory medications for symptom control at the end of life reassuring?’
Community and Learning Disabilities Nurse
Norwich Community Nursing Team, Norfolk
‘Prenatal Pathway for individuals with Learning Difficulties’
Children’s Complex Care Nurse Specialist
East & North Hertfordshire NHS Trust
‘Care and Decision Making in Children’s Complex Health: What Matters Most to Mothers.’
Specialist Palliative Nurse
Clinical Research Associate
Leicester Partnership NHS Trust
‘Experiences of community nurses caring for patients form ethnic minority background at end of life.’
Highly Commended Awards 2022
The Highly Commended Research Award winners are:
Specialist Practitioner District Nurse; Deputy team leader Southey team
Patient & Public Involvement Research Coordinator for Combined Community & Acute Care Group.
‘What Are the Challenges and Opportunities to Adopting Health Coaching Techniques in Community Nursing?’
Project Lead – Community Engagement & Equality and Inclusion in Service Delivery Strategy team
Birmingham Community Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
‘Equity in Healthcare: Developing A Cultural Safety Approach’.
Hannah Brady Sawant
Clinical Research Fellow
Specialist Community Practitioner (District Nursing), Independent and Supplementary Prescriber, Leeds Long Covid Community Rehabilitation Service
‘A Mixed-Methods Evaluation of A Virtual Rehabilitation Program for Self-Management in Post COVID-19 Syndrome (Long COVID)’.
Reflecting on the lecture and award ceremony, Professor Debra Salmon, Dean of the School of Health & Psychological Sciences, said:
Find out more
Read about the 3rd Lisbeth Hockey Memory Lecture hosted at City, University of London.
Visit the International Collaboration for Community Health Nursing Research website.
Visit the webpage of the Department of Nursing, School of Health & Psychological Sciences, City, University of London.