The Jean Lochhead Campbell Student Award for Nursing Practice in the Community is an award which is presented annually at Graduation to the students on each Campus who have who demonstrated excellence and potential in making a difference to the ongoing care of patients and their families within the community.
The award is named after former Lanarkshire District Nurse, Jean Lochhead Campbell, and was gifted by her son, Ali Campbell, a celebrity Life Coach and bestselling author, in acknowledgement of his late mothers’ commitment and compassion to providing care to patients and their families in the community.
The nominations for this award come from health professionals mentoring third-year adult nursing students during the clinical practice element of their degree whom they feel they have made a significant difference making it a clear acknowledgement of the student’s efforts in their final year placement areas. This year’s winners were
Mark McGown at Paisley Campus
Laura Dee at Hamilton Campus
Nichola Duffy at Ayr Campus
Carrie Rae at Dumfries Campus
Mr Ali Campbell, Jean’s son is pictured above with Laura Dee at the Hamilton Graduation Ceremony Hamilton.
Commenting on the award, Ali Campbell said:
“I would like to congratulate Laura and everyone else who are really deserving recipients of this award.”