2020/21 SA Nursing and Midwifery Excellence Awards
The South Australian Nursing and Midwifery Excellence Awards (NMEA) recognise and acknowledge the significant contribution that nurses and midwives make to their professions and the wider community through their practice.
The Awards are open to all nurses, midwives or nursing and midwifery teams working in a speciality area or health care environment. This includes those working in the public sector, private sector, primary health care, rural and remote, aged care, education, research or private practice who you feel deserve to be recognised for their excellence.
Congratulations to the winners of the 2020/21 Nursing and Midwifery Excellence Awards! Winners were announced at a Gala Dinner held at the Adelaide Oval on Friday, 7 May 2020.
Please see below for the videos of all of our 2020/21 winners and finalists in the categories they were awarded.
- Mary Buckskin Excellence in Practice - Aboriginal Nurse/Midwife
- Excellence in Person Centred Care - Team Award
- Early Career Nurse/Midwife
- Excellence in Practice in Aged Care
- Excellence in Practice - Registered Nurse
- Minister for Health and Wellbeing Humanitarian Award
- Excellence in Research and Knowledge Translation
- Excellence in Education
- Excellence in Practice - Midwife
- Consumer Appreciation
- Excellence in Practice - Enrolled Nurse
- Excellence in Leadership (Registered Nurse/Registered Midwife)
SA Health would like to acknowledge the contribution of the following sponsors:
- Gold Sponsor: University of South Australia
- Bronze Sponsor: Flinders University
- Photobooth Sponsor: Healthcare Australia
- Centrepiece Co-Sponsor: Australian College of Midwives
- Centrepiece Co-Sponsor: University of Adelaide
- Pre-dinner cocktail Sponsor: St Andrew’s Hospital
- Gift Bag Sponsor: Your Nursing Agency
- Event Program Sponsor: Hesta
- Door Prize Sponsor: McArthur
- Tailored Sponsor: Nurse & Midwife Support
For more information
Nursing and Midwifery Office
Office of Professional Leadership
Phone: (08) 8226 0749