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The Pulse Nursing & Care Awards

The Pulse Nursing & Care Awards recognises and celebrates the excellent levels of compassionate care Pulse nurses, midwives, healthcare assistants, ODPs and support workers deliver every day.

This year’s awards feature a brand new panel of judges with 12 award categories to choose - we are inviting you, your friends, family and colleagues to nominate and vote for the Pulse healthcare professional you feel deserves recognition.

We feel it is important to recognise the excellent levels of compassionate care our healthcare professionals provide every day.

For every nomination and vote you submit, you will automatically be entered into our awards prize draw to win a £250 highstreet voucher. In support of our chosen charities, Pulse will also be donating 0.25p per nomination entry to Cavell Nurse’s Trust and Spinal Injuries Association.

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  • Community Award

    Our community professionals provide expert, compassionate care and support for patients and their families, in their homes and in the community.

  • Critical Care Award

    A&E, ITU and specialist nurses play a vital role in the NHS’s busy and sometimes tense emergency departments, assessing, intervening and stabilising a variety of health issues from traumas and illness

  • General Award

    The qualities a healthcare worker needs are endless: good communication and interpersonal skills, empathy, physical stamina, emotional stability, flexibility, attention to detail… The list goes on.

  • Homecare Award

    For most of us, home is where we feel most happy and secure. Our dedicated homecare workers provide an ideal solution for many people who wish to remain home, or return home.

  • Long Service Achievement Award

    To recognise the healthcare professionals who have been committed and driven for a number of years and who have supported Pulse throughout this time.

  • Mental Health Award

    Our mental health nurses work with people suffering from various mental health conditions and their family and carers.

  • Midwifery Award

    A midwife is usually the first and main contact for an expectant mother during her pregnancy, and throughout labour and the early postnatal period.

  • Paediatrics Award

    A good paediatric nurse communicates and connects naturally with children, and their parents or guardians, and understands how a child’s needs can change through each developmental stage.

  • Rising Star

    The rising star award aims to recognise a healthcare professional who has recently qualified and demonstrates exceptional qualities that embody the best of nursing.

  • Support Team of the Year

    Support team of the year is a category that requires a number of support workers to work in close partnership with a client, their family, friends, and carers and provide safe and effective healthcare

  • Support Workers Award

    Support workers duties vary depending on the needs and wishes of the individual. They offer support for the individuals overall comfort and wellbeing and help people who need care and support to live

  • Theatre Award

    Our theatre nurses and ODPs play a critical role, providing care and support before, during and after surgery.