Invitation for nominations for Honorary Fellowship

15th Jun 2024

What is a BACCN Honorary Fellow?

Fellows are registered nurses who have made an exceptional contribution to the BACCN at national or regional level. They will have held key positions on the National Board or Regional Committee and contributed to significant workstreams, acting as an inspirational leader through clinical innovation, practice development, education or research that improved patient care. A maximum of three fellows will be appointed per year.

What are the criteria to become a Fellow?

You must be / have been:

  • A BACCN member
  • A member of the National Board or Regional Committee
  • Have made an exceptional and demonstrable contribution to the BACCN

Fellows are expected to:

  • Act as ambassadors for the BACCN and its work

How to become a Fellow:

Fellows are nominated and supported by 2 BACCN members who sit on the National Board or Regional Committee. Each member must complete a testimonial demonstrating the nominees’ achievements


Who will review applications?

Applications will be reviewed anonymously by the National Board


What does the fellow receive?

A BACCN Honorary Fellow Certificate

Free BACCN life membership


Find an application form HERE

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