Don’t miss your chance to recognise the amazing work Pulse healthcare professionals do every day - 24 hours to go!
“Thank you so much to Pulse for recognising our hard work – the awards have made me feel really appreciated.” Busiswa Cetya, Theatre Award winner 2016.
We’re busy counting up the votes and very excited to announce the winners soon… #pnca17
There are 60 finalists across the 12 categories – read their nominations and vote for your favourites
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. Vote for your winners of the 2017 Pulse Nursing & Care Awards
Often working extremely long hours, our critical care nurses are highly skilled and care for patients when they are at their most vulnerable. Vote for your winners of the 2017 Pulse Nursing & Care Awards
Our community professionals provide care & support for patients in their own homes. Vote for your winner
Vote for your favourite finalists - the more votes they receive, the better chance they have to win
Choose your winners of the 2017 Pulse Nursing & Care Awards
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If you know somebody who provides ongoing compassionate care, nominate them for a Pulse Nursing & Care Award
In honour of SCI day, we will donate 25p to Spinal Injuries Association for every nomination we receive in The Pulse Nursing & Care Awards 2017.
We will donate 25p to Cavell Nurses' Trust for every nomination we receive in The Pulse Nursing & Care Awards 2017. Nominate a Pulse Nurse, Midwife, HCA, ODP or Support Worker today for one of twelve awards - it only takes two minutes
Nominations for the Pulse Nursing & Care Awards 2017 are now open! The awards celebrate the amazing work Pulse nurses, midwives, ODPs, carers, support workers and HCAs do each day - nominate a Pulse healthcare professional that you think should win 1 of the 12 awards
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Do you know an exceptional Pulse nurse, midwife, ODP, HCA, carer or support worker? Nominate them in 1 of 12 categories in the Pulse Nursing & Care Awards
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Nominate a Pulse healthcare professional and you could win too #PNCA16
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