Following the fourth successful Patient Safety Congress, Heath Service Journal and Nursing Times are delighted to present the Patient Safety Awards 2012.
“The award has highlighted the good work of our Infection Prevention and Control Team, both to staff within our organisation and to our key stakeholders outside, including patient groups, selected officials and the media.”
Peter Jenks, Consultant Microbiologist, Plymouth Hospitals NHS Trust
As NHS budgets come under increasing pressure it’s vital that excellent practice is identified, replicated and adapted more widely. Not only to increase patient safety, but to reduce the expenditure associated with the management of such incidents.
Recognising the best patient safety initiatives, these awards share essential skills, knowledge and learning across the health service; offering individuals and organisations an invaluable opportunity to increase the profile of their work.
Why enter the 2012 awards?
- Enable the wider health service to learn from your work and improve and develop patient safety
- Ensure your team is recognised and appreciated by your organisation and the wider healthcare sector
- Acknowledge the benefits of reporting patient safety and help remove ‘blame culture’’
- Benchmark your achievements against other organisations and departments across the UK
Now open for entry: the Care Integration Awards, recognising and highlighting innovation throughout the care pathway and encompassing all areas of healthcare.