The previous chief nursing officer for Scotland and a trailblazing ophthalmology nurse guide are amongst dozens of nurses recognised by the Queen tonight in her birthday honours checklist for 2021.
Professor Fiona McQueen, who retired in March after greater than 5 years as Scottish CNO, was made a Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) for “providers to the NHS in Scotland”.
The top of the UK nursing regulator paid tribute to Professor McQueen’s “inspirational” management throughout her time as CNO and particularly through the coronavirus pandemic.
Additionally receiving a CBE was Professor Mandie Sunderland, a nurse of 35 years who has held 5 director of nursing posts throughout the UK, most lately at Nottingham College Hospitals NHS Belief till her retirement in December 2020.
Professor Sunderland’s CBE – an award which recognises those that have made a distinguished contribution at a regional or nationwide stage – was for “providers to nursing”.
Tracy Taylor, chief govt at Nottingham College Hospitals and who additionally began her profession as a nurse, described Professor Sunderland as having an “unbelievable ardour and enthusiasm for nursing”.
“I can’t consider a greater method to mark her contribution to nursing, and the NHS, than being awarded a CBE,” added Ms Taylor.
In the meantime, round a dozen nurses have been made Members of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) for excellent achievement or service to the neighborhood.
Amongst these was Adam Mapani, a Zimbabwean nationwide, who has labored at Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Basis Belief for 18 years and is the belief’s first-ever ophthalmology nurse guide.
Mr Mapani can be believed to be one of many first nurses to ship sight-saving eye injections, which have been beforehand solely carried out by docs.
He has since skilled and mentored greater than 1,200 nurses and allied healthcare professionals to hold out the injection, and has shared studying in 15 different international locations.
Over the previous few months, Mr Mapani has been working with African communities within the UK to problem reticence in receiving the Covid-19 vaccine.
He mentioned he was “humbled” to obtain the MBE, which was for “providers to ophthalmology”, and added: “It’s a privilege to make a distinction to the lives of sufferers and healthcare professionals.”
Round six nurses have been awarded with Medallists of the Order of the British Empire (BEM), which recognises “hands-on service to the local people”.
Included in these was Clare Hawkins, who was the top of nursing at Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Medical Commissioning Group through the early phases of the pandemic and led the help for care properties throughout the locality.
Her BEM was for “providers to nursing through the Covid-19 pandemic”.
Jan Thomas, accountable officer of the CCG, mentioned Ms Hawkins made a “important distinction to the lives of each residents and employees throughout this time”.
“She willingly stepped ahead to personally go to and work with care properties throughout our space to make sure employees had the suitable coaching, PPE, information and help to provide the residents the very best care,” added Ms Thomas.
In the meantime, Sue Owen-Williams, a nurse advisor for NHS 111 Wales, was awarded the Queen’s Ambulance Service Medal for “distinguished service”.
Qualifying as a nurse in 1994, Ms Owen-Williams has held her present position since 2005.
In her spare time Ms Owen-Williams has additionally raised 1000’s of kilos for most cancers charities by a sequence of gruelling walks.
Lee Brooks, director of operations on the Welsh Ambulance Service NHS Belief, described Ms Owen-Williams as a “outstanding, caring nurse and invaluable to our organisation”.
“Sue’s dedication and dedication to her fundraising efforts are testomony to her tenacity,” added Mr Brooks. “At work, Sue delivers glorious medical recommendation for her sufferers always.
“She works calmly and successfully, and gives type and compassionate help to our sufferers and the group round her when they’re coping with advanced medical points.”
Three nurses have been additionally awarded MBEs within the Queen’s abroad and worldwide honours checklist together with a medical nurse specialist working in cardiac rehabilitation providers in Gibraltar.
Responding to the checklist, Royal Faculty of Nursing performing basic secretary and chief govt, Pat Cullen, mentioned: “All of the nursing and healthcare employees who’ve been recognised within the Queen’s birthday honours needs to be rightly proud to have been acknowledged on this approach.
“They characterize the complete nursing workforce in hospitals, care properties, GP surgical procedures and in the neighborhood who’ve all stood tall beneath the best challenges they are going to have ever confronted.”
Andrea Sutcliffe, chief govt and registrar on the NMC, supplied her congratulations to the nurses and midwives who acquired awards and mentioned she was “significantly joyful” to see Professor McQueen and Eileen McEneaney on the checklist.
Ms McEneaney is a member of the NMC Council and lately retired as govt director of nursing and person expertise within the Northern Well being and Social Care Belief in Northern Eire. She acquired an MBE for “providers to nursing and midwifery”.
“Fiona’s management in Scotland, and particularly by the pandemic, has been inspirational and Eileen is such a passionate advocate for nursing, midwifery, equality and inclusion – their honours are so well-deserved,” added Ms Sutcliffe.
Nurses named within the 2021 Queen’s birthday honours checklist
The recipients listed under are these whose itemizing talked about the phrases ‘nurse’ or ‘nursing’
Commanders of the Order of the British Empire (CBE)
Former chief nursing officer for Scotland. For providers to the NHS in Scotland
Former chief nurse, Nottingham College Hospitals NHS Belief. For providers to nursing
Members of the Order of the British Empire (MBE)
Former regional chief nurse, North West area, NHS England and NHS Enchancment. For providers to nursing and the Covid-19 response
Nurse guide in an infection prevention and management, Bradford Instructing Hospitals NHS Basis Belief. For providers to the NHS throughout Covid-19
Chief nurse, chief working officer, deputy chief govt, Coventry and Warwickshire Partnership NHS Belief. For providers to nursing
Londonderry, Northern Eire. For providers to nursing and to lung most cancers sufferers
Youngsters’s senior sister, East and North Hertfordshire NHS Belief. For providers to nursing and psychological well being providers
Comber, Northern Eire. For providers to nursing and healthcare in Northern Eire
Dr Joseph Manning
Medical affiliate professor in youngsters and younger individuals nursing, Nottingham Youngsters’s Hospital, Nottingham College Hospitals NHS Belief. For providers to nursing
Ngonidzaishe Adam Mapani
Lead nurse guide, Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Basis Belief, and medical educating fellow, College Faculty London, Division of Medical Ophthalmology. For providers to ophthalmology
Former govt director of nursing and person expertise within the Northern Well being and Social Care Belief, Northern Eire. For providers to nursing and midwifery
Chief nurse and director of medical governance, Homerton College Hospital NHS Basis Belief. For providers to nursing management within the NHS
Siobhan Reilly (Siobhan Heafield)
Regional chief nurse, Midlands and East area, NHS England and NHS Enchancment. For providers to nursing and the Covid-19 response
Chief nurse, Epsom and St Helier College Hospitals NHS Belief. For providers to nursing throughout Covid-19
Medallists of the Order of the British Empire (BEM)
Nurse and Wholesome Little one Programme lead, Sheffield Youngsters’s NHS Basis Belief. For providers to public well being through the Covid-19 pandemic
Head of nursing, Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Medical Commissioning Group. For providers to nursing through the Covid-19 Pandemic
Lead most cancers nurse, College Hospitals Bristol and Weston NHS Basis Belief. For providers to most cancers sufferers
For providers to Marie Curie nurses and the neighborhood in Aberfeldy, Scotland
For providers to the Somme Nursing Residence for Navy Veterans in Northern Eire through the Covid-19 disaster
Supervisor, Lakeside Nursing Residence, Cardiff. For providers to older individuals
Queen’s Ambulance Service Medal
Nurse adviser, Welsh Ambulance Service
Abroad and worldwide checklist – MBE
Trainer and nurse. For providers to well being in Africa
Medical nurse specialist in cardiac rehabilitation, Gibraltar. For providers to well being in Gibraltar
Director of nursing and director, Gibraltar Ambulance Service, Gibraltar Well being Authority. For providers to nursing and well being care in Gibraltar