Caroline Sime wins the first Annette J. Bartley Memorial Scholarship

We're delighted to hear that research fellow and SISCC consortium member Caroline Sime has been awarded the first Annette J. Bartley Memorial Scholarship.

Caroline's background is in district nursing, and she is now involved in work improves the lives of people living with life-limiting illnesses who require palliative care. She is a Lecturer (Research) within the Deteriorating Patient Research Group at the Institute of Healthcare Policy & Practice at the University of the West of Scotland.

Caroline's win entitles her to a free trip to the Institute for Health Care Improvement (IHI)'s IHI National Forum, which will take place from December 10 - 13th in Orlando, Florida. The IHI plans to award this scholarship to one nursing professional each year.

A panel of judges selected Caroline's winning essay on the topic of improving the identification of palliative care needs for people living with a life-limiting illness in one community setting.

Congratulations, Caroline! We hope you enjoy this well-deserved award.

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