Mary Seacole Awards
This is an award given to nurses, midwives and health visitors who have implemented a project or research that will improve the health of black and minority ethnic people. It was created in name of Mary Seacole, a Jamaican and Scottish nurse, who is celebrated for her bravery and nursing skills during the Crimean War (1853-1856). It is supported by the Royal College of Nursing, Royal College of Midwives, Unison and Unite and supported by NHS Employers.


Health Education England
Health Education England generously fund the awards every year.


Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust
Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust provides physical, mental and public health and social care for people of all ages, and works closely with the University of Oxford and Oxford Brookes University to help patients benefit from the latest advances in healthcare. Oxford Health Charity (no. 1057285) generously contributed towards this app. 


CPHVA (Community Practitioners and Health Visitors Association) 
The Community Practitioner Health Visitors Association is a professional section of Unite, the UK’s largest trade union. Unite/CPHVA campaigns to protect the status of community practitioners and the services they deliver.


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