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She was rewarded for her work with the Royal Red Cross Medal, which was bestowed on her at a ceremony at Buckingham Palace on October 7, 1916.
Mrs Shaw received an award from the Royal Red Cross for her work and another 20 to 30 nurses from the region were also given honours in 1919.
During the war, she was twice mentioned in despatches for her devotion and dedication to duty, and was presented with the Royal Red Cross by King George V himself.
Jan's actions on the frontline in Iraq, where she treated soldiers under fire, earned the nickname Florence of Arabia, She has won a rare Royal Red Cross - the nursing equal of a VC.
Major Janet Pilgrim, who was born in North Shields, has won a rare Royal Red Cross for her dedication in war-torn Iraq last summer.
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".