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    HSJ Awards 2017: Compassionate Patient Care

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    Warrington Clinical Commissioning Group: Commissioning for Choice at End of Life The team improved patient care in the community by supporting patients to co-design their end of life care around their needs, wishes and lifestyles. Eighty two per cent of people were able to die in their preferred

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    HSJ Awards 2017: Enhancing Care by Sharing Data and Information

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    Nottingham University Hospitals Trust and East Midlands Academic Health Sciences Network: Enhancing Care by Sharing Data and Information Electronic Holistic Needs Assessments Impacts The team implemented the electronic Holistic Needs Assessments (eHNA) and care planning to tumour sites. They also

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    HSJ Awards 2017: Using Technology to Improve Efficiency

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    Sponsored by de Poel health + care St George’s University Hospitals Foundation

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    HSJ Awards 2017: Improving Outcomes through Learning and Development

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    Brighton and Sussex Medical School: Time for Dementia The team at Brighton and Sussex developed an educational programme for undergraduate students, to help them better understand long term conditions. The programme was designed to improve understanding and knowledge in medical, nursing and

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    HSJ Awards 2017: Innovation in Mental Health

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    Cardiff and Vale University Health Board: Cardiff and Vale Young Onset Dementia Service The team developed a service to provide age appropriate support to people diagnosed with dementia. The service saw an increase in referral rates and realised net cost savings of £133k in the first year of

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    HSJ Awards 2017: Clinical Commissioning Group of the Year

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    Hull Clinical Commissioning Group The CCG’s vision was to create a healthier city. They were determined to transform poor health outcomes and improve lives. The CCG helped to establish the Hull 2017 volunteering programme, with – 130,000 hours of volunteering across 29,000 shifts, improving the

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    HSJ Awards 2017: CCG and Local Authority Integrated Commissioning for Carers

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    Sponsored by NHS England Sue Ryder: Dementia Together The team developed a service that offered a single point of acce

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    HSJ Awards 2017: Improving Environmental and Social Sustainability

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    Sheffield Teaching Hospitals Foundation Trust: Improving Environmental and Social Sustainability - Sheffield Teaching Hospitals’ Catering Department The team at Sheffield used sustainable measures to reduce food wastage and improve healthy consumption.  The cost of patient meal service reduced by

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    HSJ Awards 2017: Chief Executive of the Year

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    Tom Cahill: Hertfordshire Partnership University Foundation Trust The judges found Tom to be an authentic, inspirational leader who puts service users and their families at the very centre of the trust’s work. Feedback from staff and the board was universally positive about this chief executive,

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    HSJ Awards 2017: Clinical Leader of the Year

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    Dr Claire Fuller: Surrey Downs Clinical Commissioning Group Dr Claire Fuller has provided excellent leadership during challenging times and ensured the CCG remained focused on improving patient care and quality. She led the redesign of the governance structure and created a new clinical cabinet and