The inaugural South London Innovation and Recognition Awards took place in October 2013, attended by over 120 people. The Awards were created by the South London Membership Council, the joint advisory body shared by Health Education South London and the Health Innovation Network.
Recognition award winners included Gillian Harman (pictured below with Julie Screaton and Chris Streather) from Bromley Healthcare whose leadership transformed care for patients with leg ulcers reducing healing rates overall costs and increasing patient satisfaction. There were also multiple awards in one category where entries were particularly strong – widening participation. congratulations to everyone who entered.
Over 90 applications were received for funding through the Innovation stream of the Awards with 14 proposals receiving funds averaging around £50,000.
Visit our gallery of pictures of all the winners here.
Innovation Award Winners
|Royal Borough Kingston Activate Kingston||Interactive Web-based Specialist Exercise Information and Training tool|
|St George’s Healthcare NHS Trust||Building Understanding in Integrated Healthcare: A pilot project in community based integration within Core Medical Training|
|University of Greenwich||Martime City|
|St Christopher’s Hospice||Developing Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) skills into an accredited pathway and disseminating skills to clinical staff in order to benefit patients with long term, chronic or life-limiting physical health issues|
|Sutton & Merton IAPT||Long-term conditions healthcare training strategy|
|University of Greenwich, The Metro Centre||Piloting a Sexual Health/HIV Prevention Community Based Research Partnership in South East London|
|Merton CCG, Sutton CCG, St Raphael’s Hospice||Quality Improvement in End of Life Care: Bringing the Six Cs to the End of Life Care of people in Nursing Homes, Residential Homes and their own homes|
|St George’s Healthcare NHS Trust||Listening to Learn: Using women’s stories to improve care and communication in obstetrics and midwifery|
|King’s College London, King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust||Rheumatology 2020: A vision for a joint venture in exceeding user expectations of the rheumatic disease service in South London: Group Rheumatology Initiative Involving Patients (GRIIP)|
|King’s College London||Communicating with Deaf and Hard of Hearing Patients: A training package for healthcare students and professionals|
|South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust||Two for one: eLearning course development of alcohol eLearning package in mental health and physical health care pathways|
|CoolTan Arts||Mental Health Wellbeing advisers|
|Bromley CCG, Bromley Healthcare||Pushing the Boundaries of Diabetes Care in Primary Care|
|Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Trust, South London and Maudsley Trust||Achieving the nine care processes for people with diabetes and serious mental illness comorbidity – an educational intervention for care coordination|
Recognition Award Winners
|Outstanding Contribution to the Local Community||Gillian Harman, Bromley Healthcare|
|Best Learning and Development Strategy||Adult Safeguarding and Dementia team at Guy’s & St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust|
|Widening Participation Initiative of the Year||King’s College Hospital, Assistant Clinical Technologist Apprentice Scheme (ACTAS)|
|Guy’s & St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust|
|St George’s Healthcare NHS Trust: Education & Development Team|
|Excellence and Innovation in Healthcare Education and training||Mehool Patel, Anne Ellis and the Medical Education Department from Lewisham Healthcare NHS Trust|
|ARDS project, Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education, Kingston & St George’s University of London|
|Inter-professional Collaboration of the Year||
Growing against Gangs & Violence: Association of Surgeons of Great Britain and Ireland;
The Royal College of Surgeons; The Home Office;
Metropolitan Police Service: Safer Neighbourhood Teams, Safer Schools Partnerships, Central Operations, Specialist Operations, and Specialist Crime Directorates
|Best Healthcare Education and training programme||Jonathan Birns, Mehool Patel & South East London Geriatric Medicine Training Programme Group|
|The Clinical Education Team at Guy’s & St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust|