Her calmness under fire earned universal respect and in 2008 she was given the rarely awarded Royal Red Cross in recognition of her work running the busiest front-line field hospital of the war.
What does RRC stand for?
RRC stands for Royal Red Cross
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- Residency Review Committee for Emergency Medicine
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Last summer, Maj Cadman was honoured to receive operational gallantry award the Associate Royal Red Cross - a military nursing award comparable to the George Cross awarded for exceptional nursing and devotion to duty.
Miss Maclean outlined other highlights and achievements in her nursing career: her appointment as Matron in Chief of the newly established New Zealand Army Nursing Services in 1913; serving as director of the newly created Division of Nursing, in the Hearth Department from 1920 to 1923; her Royal Red Cross award and Florence Nightingale Medal for her services during war time; and supporting legislation relating to an eight-hour day for student nurses.
Naval Lt Kelly, who was awarded the Associate Royal Red Cross last year, also gained recognition as the most senior of 14 military nurses working in Selly Oak Hospital's A&E department, where he treats Birmingham NHS patients.
Throughout the United Kingdom medical and nursing personnel and have received 31 Victoria Crosses in total and numerous accolades such as the Royal Red Cross and Associate to the Royal Red Cross.
AN RAF officer who served in Afghanistan has been awarded the Associate Royal Red Cross for "devotion to nursing".
Lieutenant Frank Kelly, who has completed six tours of duty with the Queen Alexandra's Royal Naval Nursing Service, will receive the Associate Royal Red Cross later this year.
Ultimately she received the OBE and a medal of the Royal Red Cross for her work in recruiting members for the Territorial Army Nursing Service.