Some of our fantastic teams at Barts Health have been shortlisted for four awards at the HSJ 2022 awards, and two awards at the PEN 2022 awards.
The HSJ awards celebrate and shine a light on the outstanding efforts and achievements within the healthcare sector.
Despite the hardships of the last two years, teams across the Trust have continued to produce outstanding work and deliver change for our communities.
Daniel Waldron, director of people, said of the shortlisting:
It’s fantastic to see our teams being celebrated and recognised, not only by us, but by the wider community. You all go above and beyond every day and your recognition is so well deserved. A big congratulations to the teams who have been shortlisted, we are all so proud!
- Acute sector innovation of the year: Barts Heart Centre and Glenfield Hospital, Early Discharge After AMI Pathway
- Digitising patient care: Barts Health, digital pain service
- Mental health innovation: City and Hackney PBP, North East London ICB, East London FT, Homerton Healthcare FT, Alzheimer's Society, London Borough of Hackney and City of London Corporation, An Alliance Model of Dementia Care from diagnosis to end of life
- Placed based partnership award: City and Hackney PBP, North East London ICB, East London FT, Homerton Healthcare FT, Alzheimer's Society, London Borough of Hackney and City of London Corporation, An Alliance Model of Dementia Care from diagnosis to end of life
Our Covid-19 outreach vaccination programme, and Connecting the Dots initative have been recognised in the PEN 2022 awards. These awards celebrate the delivery of outstanding patient experience.
This recognition is a true testament to the hard work and dedication of our teams throughout the pandemic, and beyond.
- Barts Health and North East London Partnership – working together to get the vaccine where it’s most needed by developing an innovative COVID-19 outreach vaccination programme at Barts Health NHS Trust
- Barts Health - Connecting the Dots
Tejal Patel, associate director of vaccination, head of pharmacy for CMDU services said:
I am so delighted that the work of the outreach vaccination programme has been shortlisted as a finalist in the PEN Awards 2022!
This successful model we believe will be transferable for future engagement with our diverse population to improve equitable access to public health. It will also strengthen our abilities to use patient involvement and experience in a meaningful way to help the design and delivery of services.
Nikant Ailawadi, director of insight whose team also received a nomination said:
I am honoured to be invited to be a judge (for a separate category) at this years awards so I know the quality of submissions from all Trusts were fantastic, and I am really pleased that two of our projects have been shortlisted for the finals.
On the surface the projects appear quite different – one is a proactive model for getting vaccines straight to the community, the other is including staff, patients and communities in co-designing our patient experience ambitions – but at their heart, both are linked to providing the best possible patient experience!
NOA Excellence in orthopaedics awards
The NOA Excellence in Orthopaedics Awards recognise member organisations, projects and teams that have distinguished themselves through exemplary contributions, influence, and commitment to transforming clinical and non-clinical services.
2022 is the inaugural year for the awards, and we have two nominations shortlisted in the staff wellbeing initative category!
- Barts Health NHS Trust- Newham Hospital – Staff Wellbeing
- Barts Health NHS Trust – Transport Team wellbeing