Announcement: NHS Parliamentary Awards 2020 postponed

We must regrettably announce that due to the COVID-19 and the need for NHS staff to give this their full attention, we have decided to postpone the NHS Parliamentary Awards due to take place on 10th July 2020 in the House of Commons.

If your MP has already submitted a nomination for the awards, this will still be considered when the awards take place. MPs will also be able to submit new nominations or make any necessary changes to their current nomination(s) as the nomination platform will remain open during this time.

As soon as we are able to confirm a new date and deadline for submissions for the awards, we will share that with you.

Professor Mandie Sunderland, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust

LAA-M-Professor Mandie Sunderland, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust


Mandie, is one of the most experienced Chief Nurses in the country, with over three decades of senior nursing experience and a very big national profile. Under Mandie’s leadership, rewarding and recognising our nurses and midwives has gone from strength to strength. NUH has one of the most active programmes in the country, including the unique and national award-winning partnership with the Nottingham Post and Nottingham Express Transit (NET) for the annual Nurse & Midwife of the Year Awards. NUH became the first organisation in the UK to partner with the DAISY Foundation, which established the DAISY Award.

Nominated by: Alex Norris MP