In partnership with The Fiona Fund, this category recognises oncology nurses who have demonstrated their own personal commitment to developing their skills and understanding of the field.
The award will enable them to pursue those studies further.
Fiona Littledale spent all her working life as an information manager. For the final ten years she worked as Faculty Liaison Librarian for the St George’s Medical School. During her time there she trained hundreds of health professionals to access relevant, peer-reviewed and reliable information. Despite her failing health during 7 years of cancer care she devoted herself to encouraging them in continuing professional development – seeking to go further and learn more in pursuit of excellence.
Each year the Fiona Littledale Award is to be given to an Oncology nurse who has demonstrated their personal commitment to developing their skills and understanding of the field.
Potential participants could include Oncology Nurses or Teams at any level.
PENNA 2019 – Fiona Littledale Award Winner, Runner Up & Finalists
|Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust||Haematology Nursing Team||WINNER|
|The Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust||Cally Bruce||RUNNER UP|
PENNA 2018 – Fiona Littledale Award Winner, Runner Up & Finalists
|Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Trust||Maria Leadbeater –
A MacMillan Cancer Information and Support Service Centre
|Whittington Health NHS Trust||Laura Gratton/Sonal Patel – Paediatric Oncology||Runner Up|
|Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust||Kath Hewitt and Caroline Gee||Finalist|
|Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust||Karen Cock||Finalist|