Aspiring for excellence, celebrating success

The Faculty of Health Sciences and Sport strives for excellence.

Our students and staff improve lives and wellbeing – some directly as healthcare providers, some on a policy level, or by making outstanding contribution to the health of the population.

Here are some of the awards recently received in recognition of their achievements.

Charlotte Ritson wins a Scottish Health Award 2016

Charlotte Ritson

Student Nurse Charlotte Ritson has won the Young Achiever Award of the Scottish Health Awards 2016.

Full information here.

2016 Ede and Ravenscroft Prizes

The Prize for Sport students was awarded to Antonia Lamb.

The Prize winner for Nursing students was Louise Smith.

Queen's Nursing Institute Scotland Prize 2016

QNIS Prize for Excellence in Community Nursing 2016 winners:

Undergraduate:  
Eve Pincock a Mental Health nursing student based at Highland Campus.
Fiona Shiels, an Adult Branch nursing student based at Highland Campus.
Read about Eve and Fiona here.

Post-Registration:  
Alice Fell, NHS Tayside, MSc Early Years Practice student
Read about Alice here.

Student Nursing Times Awards 2016

Student Nursing Times Award 2016 winner

Winner:  Nurse Education Provider of the Year (Pre-Registration)

Winner: Student Nurse of the Year - Mental Health: Robert Murray

Finalist: Student Nurse of the Year - Adult: Dominic Burns

Finalist: Student Nurse of the Year - Adult: Carrie Wilson

Finalist: Student Nurse of the Year - Mental Health: Ceire Casey

Finalist: Inspirational Student: Dominic Burns

Finalist: Outstanding Contribution to Student Affairs: Robert Murray

Finalist: Outstanding Contribution to Student Affairs: Dominic Burns

Finalist: Nurse Education Provider of the Year  (Post-Registration)

Finalist: Teaching Innovation - Being Dementia Smart‌

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