Awards - 2014 South London Innovation and Recognition Awards

The  South London Membership Council is pleased to announce the winners of the 2014 South London Innovation and Recognition Awards.

 

Recognition Awards

These awards are designed to recognise and celebrate innovation and educational excellence in South London and are open to individuals, teams or organisations providing NHS funded care in South London.

 

Inspiring Educator of the Year: Rachael Phillips, London Ambulance service

Just Do It Award - Patient Safety: ‘Mealmats'

Just Do It Award - Service Improvements: Wandsworth Behaviour & Communication Support Service (BACSs) Team from South West London and St George’s Mental Health Trust

Outstanding Contribution to the local community: Bone Boost Service in Wandsworth

Partnerships in innovation – Inter-organisation partnerships: Zarina Hadadi and Karta Thomas, King’s College Hospital and the Kent Association for the Blind

Partnerships in innovation – Inter-professional: Jayne Frisby, Jackie Keane and Stefano Periera, King’s College London

Partnerships in innovation – Patients and public partnerships: Dementia Skills Team at MindCare

Widening Workforce Participation – Bands 1 to 4: Sandra Seed, King’s College Hospital

Partnerships in innovation – Partners for delivery: Jan Welch & Marc Terry from the South Thames Foundation Network

Rising Star Award: Jeremy Corcoran from Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

 

Innovation Grants

The grants have been developed to promote the design, implementation and diffusion of innovation in healthcare education and training in South London, to deliver improved patient and population health outcomes. The scheme is open to any organisation – public, voluntary or private – team or individual, providing NHS funded care in South London.

 

Developing the Whole Workforce: Raising Alcohol Awareness in Agenda for Change Staff at Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust

Developing the Whole Workforce: Multi-agency response to domestic abuse: developing the full workforce

Developing the Whole Workforce: Improving Inter-professional learning in Adolescent Health and Wellbeing - with a specific focus on Diabetes

Developing the Whole Workforce: Increasing the Knowledge, Skills and Competency of Primary Care Clinicians to Deliver Insulin Therapy for people with Type 2 Diabetes

Patient and Public Participation: Developing a Self-Management Training Programme on Positive Ageing for Older Adults & by Older Adults

Patient and Public Participation: Collaborative Person-centred, Recovery Focused Care-planning for Pre-registration Health Care Students in Mental Health Settings

Self-Management: ESCAPE into the community: feasibility of delivering community-based exercise programme for chronic knee and hip pain

Self-Management: Improving Diabetes Information and Education for People in Croydon’s South Asian community

Patient experience:  ‘let’s chat!’ -  Communicating with people with complex communication needs

Patient Experience & Patient Safety: Predicting the potentially difficult airway in patients preoperatively to airway management using spatial nodal networks derived from 3D magnetic resonance imaging

Patient Safety, Patient & Public Participation and Self-management: An innovative patient participation programme in an STI and HIV clinic to develop patient support interventions around pharmaceutical HIV prevention

Developing the full workforce and Self-management: Enhancing the skills of the community rehabilitation and enablement workforce to deliver a co-produced, provider based model of self-management support for people living with long-term neurological conditions

Developing the full workforce, Patient Safety, Patient Experience and Self-management: DWP Team: Developing Diabetes Inpatient Expertise within the Ward Pharmacists