The British Journal of Nursing is dedicated to advancing the profession through promoting evidence-based best practice. Innovation, leadership and clinical excellence are all highlighted and celebrated at this prestigious nursing event.
The British Journal of Nursing acknowledges the enormous contribution individual nurses make towards the development of the profession as a whole. National professional awards such as these, not only shine a light where it is most deserved, they also raise the profile and understanding of how nursing is at the centre of all patient care.
Dame Elizabeth Fradd (centre) collects her Lifetime Achievement Award from BJN's editor-in-chief Professor Ian Peate (L) and BJN Awards 2015 host and nursing advocate Roy Lilley (R).