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    Transforming lives with clinical leadership


    Praised for his evidence based approach and cultural sensitivity, Anthony Clarkson, assistant director and chief nurse for organ donation, NHS Blood and Transplant Special Health Authority, won the 2018 HSJ Award for Clinical Leader of the Year

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    Winners revealed for HSJ Value Awards 2019


    Twenty organisations have been honoured in the 2019 HSJ Value Awards – which recognise and celebrate outstanding improvements in care quality and efficiency made by NHS staff.

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    The partnership transforming patient experience


    Gateshead Care Partnership brought together the local council, NHS trusts and local GPs to improve the way organisations worked together, and won the 2018 HSJ Award for Improved partnerships between health and local government

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    The journey to outstanding


    The Northamptonshire Healthcare Foundation Trust won the 2018 HSJ Award for Trust of the Year with a vision that put staff engagement at the heart of driving better patient care

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    Identifying and caring for women suffering with perinatal trauma


    Northumbria Healthcare Foundation Trust won the 2018 HSJ Award for Compassionate Patient Care by developing a birth trauma service with timely access to psychological interventions for perinatal trauma 

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    Caring for carers


    The 2018 HSJ Award for System Led Support for Carers went to Hertfordshire and West Essex STP carers’ partnership’s project, which proactively provides access to identification and support

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    A dementia assessment app enabling rapid diagnosis


    NeuroCoRe’s ACEmobile Dementia Assessment App supports non-specialist staff to reliably assess cognitive impairment and won the 2018 HSJ Awards for Using Technology to Improve Efficiency. Emma Dent reports

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    A whole systems approach that boosted staff engagement


    Leeds Teaching Hospitals Trust won the 2018 HSJ Award for staff engagement for its organisation-wide approach – the Leeds Way. Emma Dent reports

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    Harnessing technology to support people living with dementia


    Surrey and Borders Partnership Foundation Trust’s project installed a network of internet enabled devices in the homes of people living with dementia with the aim of supporting them, and won the HSJ Awards 2018 for Improving care with technology 

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    Identifying and preventing TB in the community


    Newham clinical commissioning group has won the 2018 HSJ Award for community or primary care services redesign (London and the south) for the Newham latent tuberculosis infection screening and treatment programme. Alison Moore reports

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    The care navigators reducing pressure on GPs


    Conexus Healthcare, a GP federation in the West Wakefield area, won the 2018 HSJ Award for community or primary care services redesign (North/Midlands/East) for its national consultancy and training programme. Alison Moore reports

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    The award winning campaign reducing A&E attendance


    Mid-Mersey A E Delivery Board, Widnes Vikings, Renova Developments, and Cheshire and Merseyside Health and Care Partnership won the 2018 HSJ Award for primary care innovation for their awareness campaign Beat the Scrum . Claire Read reports

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    Creating a supportive staff culture


    Ensuring staff had multiple ways of making their voices heard transformed staff morale and engagement at East Lancashire Hospitals Trust, and saw them win the 2018 HSJ Award for Creating a Supportive Staff Culture  

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    Rapid access to prostate imaging and diagnosis


    RM Partners, the cancer alliance for West London hosted by the Royal Marsden Foundation Trust, in collaboration with Imperial College Healthcare Trust, St George’s Healthcare Trust and Epsom and St Helier University Hospitals Trust won the 2018 HSJ award for acute sector innovation for their RAPID pathway as it reduced ...

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    Child health hubs for more joined up care


    Imperial College Healthcare Trust’s Connecting Care for Children offers more coordinated care for ongoing conditions and won the 2018 HSJ Award for acute or specialist services – London and the South 

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    Improving survival rates for lung cancer patients


    Manchester University Foundation Trust’s Wythenshawe Hospital won the 2018 HSJ Award for acute or specialist services redesign – North and Midlands, for its programme for rapid access to pulmonary investigations and diagnosis

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    Improving long term outcomes for mothers and children


    Hounslow and Richmond Community Healthcare Trust designed a new delivery model for services for children aged up to five, and won the 2018 HSJ Award for Workforce Initiative of the Year

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    Improving low rates of employment among adults with learning difficulties


    Royal United Hospitals Bath Foundation Trust’s Project SEARCH in partnership with Virgin care and Fosse Way School gave adults with learning difficulties a positive experience of the workplace and employment opportunities, winning the 2018 HSJ Award for Widening Participation

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    Diversifying the HSJ Awards


    The NHS England Workforce Race Equality Standard team is working with HSJ  to increase diversity in all aspects of the HSJ awards, notes Dr Habib Naqvi

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    A computer-based test to reduce delays in diagnosis of ADHD


    East Midlands Academic Health Science Network teamed up with Qbtech Ltd to introduce a computer-based test for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, and won the 2018 HSJ Award for Innovation in Mental Health