nalists, who have been selected by the judging panel from a field of high-calibre professionals and individually recognised for their efforts,” Dr Hames said.
“The finalists come from a diverse range of work and practice environments and all have demonstrated excellence in their field.”
Winners, including the WA Nurse or Midwife of the Year and Lifetime Achievement Honour, will be an-
Picture: David Baylis nounced at a dinner on May 9.
“I am very honoured to have been nominated in this category,” Dr Brown said.
“There are some fabulous researchers and educators in the professions of nursing and midwifery in WA, who are equally as worthy.
“It is a great feeling to be acknowledged for the work I do, which is really a reflection of the great work that all nurses and midwives at Subiaco do.” Kristy Wiegele, Belmont (Consumer Appreciation), Kerry Southerland, Curtin University (Excellence in Education and Research), Anista Baptiste, South Perth (Graduate of the Year), Kristy Wiegele, Belmont (Excellence in Midwifery), Megan Scully, Victoria Park (Excellence in Primary and Community Care).
St John of God Hospital Nursing and Midwifery research co-ordinator Janie Brown, a State nursing award finalist.