BAUN Annual Conference 2017

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SEC Glasgow,  27th and 28th November 2017

Thank you to everyone who joined us in Glasgow for our Annual Conference.
We have had some wonderful feedback from delegates, speakers and exhibitors.

If you attended the event, you should have received an email with the link to presentations and password after the event. If you have any queries on accessing the presentations, please contact events@fitwise.co.uk.

Award Winners
Congratulations to all our winners at this year's conference.

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Urology Team of the Year Award

The Urology Team of the Year Award is sponsored by Coloplast UK and recognises the contributions
of a team in the field of Urology.

We are pleased to announce this year's winners
are Malton Diagnostic Centre

This team have demonstrated exceptional service improvement and best practice and, or service redesign to the overall benefit of patient experience.


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Sarah Henderson Award for best poster presentation

Congratulations to Robert McConkey and Catherine Holborn for being awarded the best poster displayed at conference for .'





 Best Oral Presentation

Congratulations to Francesca Gallagher, James Whiteside and David Kitson for being awarded the best oral presentation at conference for '4th of July 2016: Independence Day for Emergency Urology





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The Bruce Turner Award

Congratulations to Carmen Earnshaw and Sally Shelton. The first ever recipients of the Bruce Turner award.

Bruce Turner was a well known and loved BAUN member,
a nurse consultant at the Homerton Hospital, London, and BAUN Education lead for many years.  

Bruce was quite simply awesome. His love for Urology was indisputable and his enthusiasm for education for nurses
was an indomitable force. During his time on BAUN council, he was instrumental in designing and organising informative programs and free study days which were accessible to all in Urology. 

Our beloved friend and colleague passed away in 2016 after a terminal diagnosis of cancer. He was determined to continue his mission to educate and impassion Urological nurses and left instructions that a legacy should continue in his name.