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Your votes have been counted ………. a record number of you participated this month and your winners are:

 

5127 Award Winner

Bridging the gap A collaboration between health, third sector, local authority and other agencies set up to reduce demand on emergency services by frequent flyers. It enables working without walls, bringing unique solutions to entrenched problems, whilst ensuring that an extremely vulnerable cohort of patients is supported through changes to their multi layers of need. https://wp.me/p7K1l2-5n4

 

TNT Award Winner

No email wednesday       https://wp.me/p7K1l2-7ki  set an out of office ‘saying no email Wednesday – emails would not be looked at, please ring me or come see me’ leaving all my contact details ‘words Wednesday’

HMS Victory Award Winner

Barts Neurology- Oncology Service Outcomes https://wp.me/p7K1l2-7lzThis service could be replicated at any site, and helps to address the shortage of level 1 and 2 rehab beds accessible to cancer patients in the Barts Health catchment area, as well as complying with NICE guidance relating to rehab provision for this patient cohort, particularly as survival rates improve and more patients present with brain and spinal pathology as a result of their Cancer

Rosa Parks Award Winner

Moving on in Wigan.Young people with learning disabilities and difficulties in Wigan have created a video that that highlights the challenges they can face moving between children’s and adult’s services  https://wp.me/p7K1l2-5oa

 

4 candles Award Winner

Derby EOL Pop up bedrooms. The aim of the Pop up Bedrooms is to enhance the environment from clinical to relaxing for both the patient and their families.The bedroom scheme consists of a screen which can be used along a wall or as a divider depicting woodland scenes, a sunset, local Derbyshire scenes, a poppy field and Mecca or the Golden Temple of Amaritz https://fabnhsstuff.net/2018/05/14/pop-bedrooms-derby-teaching-hospitals-foundation-trust/

 

Penguin Award Winner

The Activity Academy was delivered in partnership by Widnes Vikings – the Super League rugby league club that delivers award-winning community programmes, Community Integrated Care – one of Britain’s biggest and most successful social care charities, with NHS Halton CCG and Halton Borough Council. It brought together care home staff from across the region to share best practice in delivering activities and promoting person-centred care in dementia care settings. With contributors as varied as leading sector bodies like Skills for Care and My Home Life, and cultural organisations including museums, art galleries and professional sports teams, the event offered fascinating discussion and insight.   https://fabnhsstuff.net/2018/05/13/the-activity-academy/

 

 

 

2018-06-18T17:38:31+00:00 18 June 2018Categories: Awards, Fabulous Stuff, News0 Comments

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Terri
Colorectal/Stoma Care Nurse for 20 years. Now working as Head of Education Ostomy Dvision Coloplast Ltd. supporting Nurse Specialists demonstrate their value via Apollonursingresource.com . Love photography and have developed AcademyOfFabulousArtStuff.com a not for profit venture which is all about having fun with photography, painting and drawing to raise money for charity.

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