Doing more for nurses

We are proud to share this prestigious opportunity to celebrate and elevate nurses in several countries across the globe. By allying yourself with the mission of the Queen Silvia Nursing Award, you will help us raise these healthcare professionals best positioned to drive innovation and advancement in their field.

The Queen Silvia Nursing Award is a form of recognition unlike any other.

Three Reasons To Partner

Nurture up-and-coming nursing talent
Impact the expansion and resilience of a thriving professional network
Create better visibility and engagement with the nursing community
Move to the forefront of cultivating nursing & healthcare leaders of today and tomorrow
Network with industry stakeholders locally and internationally
Meet healthcare stakeholders locally and internationally, leading to new opportunities

How to Partner

The Queen Silvia Nursing Award is available in several countries and made possible through support and partnerships with organizations such as yours. Without these collaborations our work would not be possible.

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Winner Stories

”Wait! I Remember!” Dementia Software App

My mother-in-law, living with both dementia and Parkinson's disease, murmurs, "I forget" quite often. What if dementia patients had a software app addressing the memory loss, isolation from family and friends during COVID-19, and the need for mental stimulation? What if this app also included all of their current medical and self-care needs as well as current caregivers and daily schedule? The app would also contain some of the patients life prior to memory loss.

My idea is ”Wait! I Remember!” -a three-part software app for tablets.

Part one: compilation of patient information, including appointments, self-care, medications, and allergies.

Part two: descriptions of caregivers, doctors, family/friends, personal history of the patient with photos and videos.

Part three: matching games from Part two content. Friends and family could upload photos, stories, and videos to be posted and cataloged on Part two.

When a dementia patient poses a question, the caregiver refers the patient to the app to and the answer.

The overall goal being patient engagement and reducing caregiver fatigue. During COVID-19, the app would help bring family and friends into the patient's world virtually keeping all of us safe. At the same time, the patient could play matching games that reflect their current life but also past memories.

Family could upload funny stories, pictures of grandkids or previous pets and the patient could match those pictures with names to stimulate brain activity and reduce the isolation of COVID-19.

Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing (Absn) student at The University Of Washington School Of Nursing

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