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Nominate for a nurse for a DAISY Award

If you want to nominate one of our nurses for providing excellent care to you or a loved one you can nominate them for a DAISY Award. 

Nominations can be made by completing and posting the nomination cards on wards and in public areas into the DAISY post boxes. 

Or by completing this form and emailing DAISY.Awards@nuh.nhs.uk

 

 

The DAISY Awards

The DAISY (Diseases Attacking the Immune System) Award is an international recognition program that honours and celebrates the skillful, compassionate care nurses & midwives provide every day. The DAISY Foundation was established by the family of J. Patrick Barnes after he died from complications of the auto-immune disease ITP in 1999. During his hospitalisation, they deeply appreciated the care and compassion shown to Patrick and his entire family. When he died, they felt compelled to say “thank you” to nurses in a very public way.

Each DAISY Award Honoree will be recognised at a public ceremony in their ward or department and will receive: a beautiful certificate, a DAISY Award pin, and a hand-carved stone sculpture entitled A Healer’s Touch.

© DAISY Foundation 2016

Daisy Award Honorees 2019

February 2019

  • Annabel Kane - Papplewick, City
  • Elena Voynova - C5, QMC

January 2019

  • Bridget Greengrass - Simpson 2, City

  • Sue Mazengarb - Head and Neck Unit, QMC

DAISY Award Honorees 2018

December 2018

  • Vanessa Scullion - Harvey 1, City
  • Mica Saunders - E12, QMC

November 2018

  • Sarah Brand - Renal and Transplant Unit, City
  • Samantha Davies - D11, QMC

October 2018

  • Karen Stopper - Renal Transplant Team, City
  • Kayleigh Daniels - D55, Medicine, QMC

September 2018

  • Nicky Scott - Nottingham Breast Institute, City
  • Louise Beades Denteh - Early Pregnancy Unit, QMC

August 2018

  • Kealy Linford - Chemotherapy Daycase, CAS
  • Nikki Cotgreave-Keates - Fertility QMC, Family Health

July 2018

  • Julius Manzano - Papplewick, Medicine
  • Alex Hoyle - ACU, Medicine
  • Fiona Syson - F21, Surgery

June 2018

  • Nisha Thomas - Barclays, Surgery

  • Harry Wicks - D57, Medicine

May 2018

  • Jessie Maud - Chemo Day Unit, CAS

  • Lisa Wells - D58, Medicine

April 2018

  • Sarah Nally - Gillies, CAS

  • Grace Everett and Charlotte Sadler - D10, Surgery

March 2018

  • Anitha Aranha - Acute Cardiac Unit, Medicine

  • Rachel Tyson - D34, Family Health

February 2018

  • Amelia Parker - Fraser Ward, CAS

  • Maxine Morgan - Neurology, Clinical Support

January 2018

  • Linda Rowley - Patience One, Medicine

  • Kathy Pearce - Fetal Medicine Unit, Family Health

Barnes family visit

The Barnes family visited us here at NUH on the 3rd July 2018. Many of you will recognise the Barnes family as the instigators of the Daisy award which they started after the death of their son and husband Patrick Barnes. Below is a selection of images from the family's visit. 

Selection of images

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