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The award was handed out at the sixth annual Nursing and Midwifery Celebration on 12 May - International Nurses Day|.
Tracey said, ‘It’s wonderful to be recognised by my colleagues, and that a clinical nurse specialist within palliative care has received this award.’
At the ceremony, the audience heard that Tracey goes ‘the extra mile’ to put patients and relatives at the centre of her thinking. This included regularly calling people at home to find out how they were coping. She was also commended for being a good role model for other nurses.
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