How to Nominate

SHORT LISTEE INFORMATION FOR THE SKELLERN LECTURE & JPMHN LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD


If you wish to nominate a colleague you are asked to check with the person that you wish to nominate to ensure that they are happy for their name to go forward, and that they can fulfil the commitments listed below (sections 1-4).  Nominees for both awards have historically tended to come mainly from a core mental health nursing background, but in the spirit of Eileen Skellern’s vision for a multi-disciplinary approach to  mental health, nominations for colleagues from a variety of backgrounds are welcomed.  NOMINATIONS CAN BE SENT TO: sally.hardy@lsbu.ac.uk or any other panel member (see panel member list).


1) The candidate, should they be appointed, must be available to deliver the lecture on the date agreed. 


2) Nominees for the ES lecture are asked for a title &synopsis of their lecture (no more than 300 words).  Lifetime Achievement Nominees are asked to provide a short biography (150-300). This information will be forwarded to the appointments committee panel.  The short list and appointments are announced at the NPNR conference dinner at Oxford in September (candidates are not required to be present).     


3) The appointments panel consists of former recipients, sponsors, student representatives (since 2010) and organisers of the ES & JPMHN awards. The panel members vote for the candidates ranking each nominee (eg 1,2,3,4,5) - voting separately for each award.  The candidate with the lowest score in each short list is appointed.   The voting matrix is available only to panel members.  In the event of a panel member being nominated that panel member will not be able vote for that appointment.


4) The short list is publicised.


5) Time frame.  Nomination close at the end of July.  The panel deliberate during August, and the announcement of the panel’s decision is made at the NPNR conference dinner in September.   

Appointments panel for the 2018 awards:  Dr Russell Ashmore (NPNR), Stephen Firn (Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust) Professor Len Bowers (past lecturer),  Dr Joy Bray (co-odinator), Professor Neil Brimblecombe (past lecturer), Professor Tony Butterworth (past lecturer), Professor Patrick Callaghan (past lecturer), Professor Mary Chambers (Past lecturer), Venessa Ford (SWLSTG-Tr), Professor Bryn Davis (past recipient - JPMHN former editor), Andrew Dean (Avon & Somerset), Professor Joy Duxbury (past lecturer), Professor Lawrie Ellliot (JPMHN Editor), Professor Cheryl Forchuk (past lecturer), Catherine Gamble (past lecturer), Dr Ben Hannigan (NPNR), Professor Sally Hardy (LSBU), Dean Howells (Notts Health Care Trust), Professor Karina Lovell (past lecturer), Marion Janner (past recipient), Professor Hugh Mckenna (past recipient), Professor Peter Nolan (past recipient), Professor Ian Norman (past lecturer),  Malcolm Rae (past recipient),  Dr Julie Repper (past lecturer), Professor Alan Simpson (past lecturer), Professor David Sines (past lecturer), Professor Shirley Smoyak (past recipient), Dr Ben Thomas (past lecturer), Deborah Watkins (University of Greenwich) Dr Gary Winship (non voting panel chair)