Winners of HSJ Awards 2017 are announced

Published: 29-Nov-2017

Read on to see who took home the top prizes

On 22 November the winners of the 2017 HSJ Awards were announced at a ceremony in London.

The full list of winners is below:

Award for Acute Sector Innovation

Winner: Imperial College Healthcare Trust

Highly commended: Barts Health Trust, CEG and Tower Hamlets Clinical Commissioning Group

Award for Acute, Community and/or Primary Care Services Redesign

Winner: Taunton and Somerset Foundation Trust

Award for Compassionate Patient Care

Winner: Warrington Clinical Commissioning Group

Highly commended: Birmingham Women's and Children's Foundation Trust

Award for Enhancing Care by Sharing Data and Information

Winner: Nottingham University Hospitals Trust and East Midlands Academic Health Sciences Network

Highly commended: Chelsea and Westminster Foundation Trust and Imperial College London

Award for Using Technology to Improve Efficiency

Winner: St George's Hospital

Award for Improving Care With Technology

Winner: Communitas Clinics Ltd & Surrey Downs Clinical Commissioning Group

Award for Improved Partnerships between Health and Local Government

Winner: The ESBT partners: Eastbourne, Hailsham and Seaford Clinical Commissioning Group; Hastings and Rother Clinical Commissioning Group; East Sussex County Council; East Sussex Healthcare Trust; Sussex Partnership Foundation Trust

Award for Improving Outcomes Through Learning and Development

Winner: Brighton and Sussex Medical School

Highly commended: Maudsley Simulation

Award for Innovation in Mental Health

Winner: Cardiff and Vale University Health Board

Award for Patient Safety

Winner: James Paget University Hospital

Highly commended: Written Medicine

Award for Primary Care Innovation

Winner: eConsult

Highly commended: North West London Collaboration of Clinical Commissioning Groups

Award for Specialised Services Redesign

Winner: University Hospitals of North Midlands

Highly commended: The London Pathways Partnership

Award for Improving Environmental and Social Sustainability

Winner: Sheffield Teaching Hospitals Foundation Trust

Award for CCG and Local Authority Integrated Commissioning for Carers

Winner: Sue Ryder

p> Highly commended: Worcestershire County Council, Worcestershire Clinical Commissioning Groups and Association of Careers

Award for Supported Self Care

Winner: First Steps Derbyshire

Award for International Health Partnership

Winner: The Butabika - East London Link

Highly commended: King’s Health Partners Academic Health Sciences Centre and King’s College London

Award for Staff Engagement

Winner: Royal Bournemouth and Christchurch Hospitals Foundation Trust

Winner: Nottinghamshire Healthcare Foundation Trust

Award for Workforce

Winner: West Hertfordshire Hospitals Trust

Highly commended: Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals Trust

Award for Most Effective Adoption and Diffusion of Existing Best Practice

Winner: Integrated Care Exeter Strategic Alliance

Highly commended: South London and Maudsley Foundation Trust and Thames Reach Charity Partnership

Award for Clinical Leader of the Year

Winner: Claire Fuller, Surrey Downs Clinical Commissioning Group

Award for Chief Executive of the Year

Winner: Tom Cahill, Hertfordshire Partnership

Highly commended: Sir Andrew Cash OBE, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals Foundation Trust

Award for Clinical Commissioning Group of the Year

Winner: Hull Clinical Commissioning Group

Highly commended: Barnsley Clinical Commissioning Group

Award for Provider Trust of the Year

Winner: Northumberland, Tyne and Wear Foundation Trust

Highly commended: Alder Hey Children’s Foundation Trust

Commenting on scooping the Award for Improving Environmental and Social Sustainability, in recognition of its pioneering work to provide nutritious, healthy and sustainably-sourced food to patients; Emma Wilson, head of catering at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, said: “We are continually working to achieve best practice in all that we do, including providing healthy, high-quality food at good cost for our patients and staff and supporting the NHS carbon reduction strategy.

“Not only has this improved patient satisfaction scores, but will it inevitably have a wider environmental impact on the community which we serve.”

St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust picked up the Using Technology to Improve Efficiency category for its Home Monitoring of Hypertension in Pregnancy smartphone app (HaMpton).

The app allows women to monitor their blood pressure at home and alerts them if they need to attend hospital for further assessment.

Dr Asma Khalil, consultant obstetrician at St George’s, led the project after having had the idea as a junior doctor.

She said: “It means so much to be recognised at this level and we hope this helps us to implement the app on a larger scale to benefit more people.”

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