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Finalists announced for the 2022 HSJ Partnership Awards

Barts Health NHS Trust is leading the way with six teams shortlisted in seven categories in the competitive HSJ Partnership Awards.

The Awards celebrate and showcase those collaborations and partnerships driving transformation and improving patient outcomes across the NHS, recognising their outstanding contribution to healthcare – in what has been an exceptional and challenging period across the sector.

Despite the demanding circumstances of the past two years, the volume and standards of applications has been a true testament to those health and social care staff, who continue to push outstanding work and transformational projects across the sector.

Bedside Learning Coordinator Approach to Care Redesign

Andrew Wragg, director of quality and safety at St Bartholomew’s Hospital, led this project, which is a finalist in the category for Most Effective Contribution to Clinical Design. He commented: 

“The roll out of the Bedside Learning Coordinator (developed at the Nightingale Hospital London) into the Queen Elizabeth ICU at The Royal London Hospital and St Bartholomew's Hospital ICU, was extremely helpful during the second wave of the pandemic.”

“It allowed us to collect real time intelligence of how the units were running as well as identifying numerous areas that needed improving.”

Over the Rainbow

Ros Waring, corporate events manager at Barts Health led the planning and organising of the event ‘Over the Rainbow’, which is currently in the running for Workforce and Wellbeing Initiative of the Year. She commented:

“All the Barts Health NHS Trust staff and volunteers went above and beyond during the pandemic.”

“Our partnership with Barts Charity and Loaded Productions enabled us to deliver an innovative and ground-breaking virtual thank you event, not only to our 24,000 staff and volunteers, but to their friends and family.”

“If you missed the virtual event, you can still enjoy the feature film and the amazing song sung by staff.”

Four other partnered services were also shortlisted.

HSJ Partnership Awards 2022 - Barts Health shortlist



Project title

Best Acute Sector Partnership with the NHS 


Most Effective Contribution to Patient Safety 


Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices Companies and Barts Health Trust

Developing a Stroke Network to increase the availability of and access to life-saving Mechanical Thrombectomy Treatment

Best Educational Programme for the NHS

Psychology for Health Associates & Barts HealthTrust (Education Academy)

Together Apart - An educational evidence-based programme to support psychological recovery of staff working in the pandemic

HealthTech Partnership of the Year


UCL Partners on behalf of Living With and Barts Health Trust

Living With COVID Recovery

Most Effective Contribution to Clinical Design

UCLPartners & Barts Health Trust


Bedside Learning Coordinator Approach to Care Redesign


Staffing Solution of the Year


Bank Partners & North London Partners in Health and Care STP (led by UCLH), North East London Health and Care Partnership STP, BHRUH Trust/Barts Health Trust/ ELFT/NELFT and Homerton University Hospital Foundation Trust), Kingston Hospital FT, Epsom & St Helier University Hospitals Trust.


Coming together to combat COVID-19: Vaccination staff banks


Workforce and Wellbeing Initiative of the Year


Barts Charity, Loaded Productions and Barts Health Trust 


Over the Rainbow


The selected winners will be announced during the awards ceremony on 24 March 2022. Best of luck to our Barts Health finalists and partners! 

View the full list of finalists for the HSJ Partnership Awards 2022.


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