Nursing Student Wins Undergraduate Award
Nursing student Shion Gosrani has won the 2014 Undergraduate Award in the Nursing & Midwifery Category.
The Undergraduate Awards recognise the brightest and most innovative undergraduate students in the world. Selected from nearly 5,000 submissions from over 200 universities worldwide, it is a huge achievement to be among these leading creative thinkers, problem solvers and future leaders. Over 270 academics from around the world took part in the judging process.
Shion’s winning paper is entitled “A Brief Exploration of the Socialisation of Gender and Emotional Intelligence to Gain an Understanding of Why Nursing Remains a Predominantly Sex Segregated Profession”.
Another Nursing student, Beth Morrison, had also been shortlisted in the Nursing & Midwifery category, receiving “highly commended” status.