The annual CN Awards encompasses 10 categories and provides the chance for all readers, advertisers and contributors of CN magazines to come together to recognise the achievements of those whose great work has made a significant difference within the nutrition industry –whether an individual, group or organisation.
A public body/charity/industry resource that you have utilised and found extremely valuable within your role – e.g. website, educational tool, practical tool.
A community nutrition professional who has gone above and beyond what is expected of them in their day-to-day role. This could include: taking on additional duties, running a specific project/research or charitable work.
A student that has excelled during their studies, or has attained a specific notable achievement beyond what is expected of them as part of their course or placement – a student that stands out from the rest.
nutrinovo, the company behind the innovative ‘ProSource’ and ‘HyFiber’ range of products, is delighted to be sponsoring the CN Award for Student of the Year – helping to support the nutrition professionals of the future.www.nutrinovo.com
A clinical nutrition professional who has gone above and beyond what is expected of them in their day-to-day role. This could include: taking on additional duties, running a specific project/research or charitable work.
A paediatric nutrition professional who has gone above and beyond what is expected of them in their day-to-day role. This could include: taking on additional duties, running a specific project/research or charitable work.
Nutricia Early Life Nutrition are delighted to sponsor the Award for Paediatric Nutrition Professional of the Year. For further information please visit eln.nutricia.co.uk.
First awarded to Geoff Simmonett, who sadly passed away in 2010, for his huge contribution and dedication to the work of ‘Patients on Intravenous and Nasogastric Nutrition Therapy’ (PINNT), this Award recognises the work of an individual who has shown exceptional determination, dedication and compassion during patient-focused nutrition support.
The Nutricia Homeward Nursing Service is the largest dedicated enteral nursing service in the UK. It has been supporting enterally fed community patients for more than 15 years.
A nutrition professional running their own blog, holding a Twitter chat, or operating a LinkedIn or Facebook group providing credible, evidence-based nutrition information – a personality that really stands out from the rest.
Nominations will be sought from companies who have launched a new product during 2017/18 (period from 1st April 2017 to 29th March 2018). Nominations are also welcome for re-launched and reformulated products. Nominated products can include a clinical product (e.g. oral nutritional supplement, parenteral nutrition product) or food product with a specific health claim.
The CN team will be considering all articles that have been included within CN during 2016/17 that have captured the essence and purpose of CN – to provide the reader with an educative, informative, practical and topical read
Fresenius Kabi proudly sponsors the Award for ‘CN Writer of the Year’ helping provide insight and professional development to UK Dietitians.
This prestigious Award will be given to an individual or professional group/body who has made an outstanding contribution to clinical, medical or health nutrition throughout their time within the arena.
Abbott’s nutrition business partners with healthcare professionals worldwide to offer the most trusted names in nutrition products for every stage of life.