A group of seven Tayside nurses with a combined 183 years service has been presented with The Queen’s Nursing Institute Scotland Long Service Award.
The QNIS award is given to nurses with 21 years of service in community nursing in recognition of their dedication and service. The award is open to nurses from all specialities including district nurses, community nurses, health visitors and those working across other disciplines such as schools, general practice or mental health and nurses working in specialist services.
Receiving the award at Dundee City Chambers was:
Cindy Kelly, advanced nurse practitioner, 25 years service
Sally Duncan, practice nurse, 24 years service
Irene Black, practice nurse, 24 years service
Lorna Coull, community nurse, 27 years service
Grace Petrie, staff nurse, 26 years service
Catherine Fugaccia, district nurse team leader, 25 years service
Lesley Torano, practice nurse, 24 years service
The Queen’s Nursing Institute Scotland is a registered charity dedicated to promoting excellence in community nursing to improve the health and wellbeing of the people of Scotland.
For more information on The Queen’s Nursing Institute Scotland visit www.qnis.org.uk