NHIVNA Jane Bruton Rising Star Award
Abstract P3: Using Social Networking Sites in the Prevention of HIV: A systematic literature review
Ellen Boddye, Nottingham University School of Health Science
Pictured from left to right: Michelle Croston and Ellen Boddye.
Krattinger Rennison Charitable Trust Nursing Research Award
The prize is awarded for an original piece of nursing research presented at the NHIVNA Annual Conference, either as an oral or poster presentation.
Abstract O9: Text messaging to encourage uptake of HIV testing amongst African communities: findings from a theory-based feasibility study
Catrin Evans, University of Nottingham
Pictured from left to right: Catrin Evans and Michelle Croston.
NHIVNA/Mediscript Clinical Practice Award
The prize was awarded for a clinical practice initiative that has made an impact on patient care presented at the NHIVNA Annual Conference, either as an oral or poster presentation.
Abstract O2: Experiences of HIV positive patients accessing a one stop clinic
Justine Mellor, Manchester Centre for Sexual Health, Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Pictured from left to right: Justine Mellor and Michelle Croston.
The NHIVNA/Gilead Sciences HIV Nursing Award 2015
The NHIVNA / Gilead HIV Nursing Award was set up in 2007 to recognise the outstanding achievements of nurses who have made a significant or unique contribution to the care and quality of life of people with HIV.
Extract from nominations "Gary is patient focused and has a track record of leading change that has been of great benefit to patients. His passion for his work with HIV patients has been inspirational to other members of the team. He is an educator and a champion of change."
Gary Barker, St Helen's and Knowsley Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
Pictured from left to right: Michelle Croston and Gary Barker.
NHIVNA Best Poster Award
This prize was awarded for the best poster presentation displayed at the NHIVNA Annual Conference.
Abstract P11: The Wellness Thermometer: healthcare professionals' experiences of using the tool in practice
Michelle Croston, North Manchester General Hospital
Pictured from left to right: Shaun Watson and Michelle Croston.
NHIVNA Best Oral Award
This prize was awarded for the best oral presentation delivered at the NHIVNA Annual Conference.
Abstract O5: Peer Navigators - can patient-led support contribute to clinical and well-being outcomes?
Allan Anderson, Positively UK
Pictured from left to right: Michelle Croston and colleagues from Positively UK collecting the award on Allan's behalf.