IHNA Global Nursing Leadership Award

Nominations are now closed and the Winners have been announced.

The Institute of Health and Nursing Australia (IHNA) will be honouring 25 Malayali nurses across continents for their stellar services during the Covid-19 pandemic. Each of the nurses will be given a Rs 1 lakh (AUD 2000) cash award, besides a momento of Florence Nightingale and a citation. Presentations will be held in Australia, India, UK, USA and UAE in the coming months to felicitate these selfless and driven nurses and honour their services.

Winners (Australia Edition)

IHNA Australia honors 25 nurses worldwide for their outstanding COVID-19 service.

Institute of Health and Nursing Australia (IHNA) has chosen to recognise 25 Malayalee nurses across continents for their exemplary contribution throughout the pandemic.

A total of 6.5 million individuals were killed by Covid worldwide, and another million are still dealing with the aftereffects of the pandemic. It was during this time that nurses all around the world risked their lives for the welfare and advancement of society as a whole.

As a result of what we observed in hospitals and the dedicated nurses, we made the decision to honour them. As part of this programme, each of the chosen nurses will get a cash award of Rs. 1 lakh in addition to a statue of Florence Nightingale and a certificate.

Indrajith, Aparna Balamurali, and other notable Indian film actors from Kerala will be among the invited guests for the big gala event, which will be held in Melbourne on October 29th, where the IHNA will officially launch the award.

On that day, five nurses who worked with absolute dedication and dedication to their vocation would be honoured.

In the coming months, similar ceremonies will be place in India, the United Kingdom, the United States, and the United Arab Emirates, where each country will honour and felicitate five nurses.

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