19 August 2019

Celebrate your local NHS heroes in our annual staff awards

Wheel Staff Awards

Nominations are now open for Avon and Wiltshire Mental Health Partnership (AWP) NHS Trust Staff Awards 2019. If you would like to shine a light on the brilliant work of an individual or team at AWP, then we want to hear from you!

Our Staff Awards recognise the efforts and achievements of our dedicated staff who go the extra mile every day to improve the lives of the people and communities we serve.

There are 10 categories for the 2019 awards. Service users, carers and families are invited to nominate members of staff who they feel should be recognised for their commitment and dedication to their work.

Award categories:

• Behind the scenes - for non-clinical staff who provide an exceptional level of support and leadership to enable frontline services to deliver effective and safe care
• Clinical excellence - for clinical staff who provide exceptionally high quality service user care or who have demonstrated exceptional improvement to an area of clinical care
• Compassionate care - for clinical staff (individual or team) who have shown extraordinary compassion to meet the individual needs of service users, families and carers
• Everyday excellence - for both clinical and non-clinical staff who are loyal, committed, flexible and can be relied upon to deliver
• Leading by example - for both clinical and non-clinical staff who have used their exceptional leadership skills to drive and support the ambition of the organisation to be outstanding
• Learner of the year - for both clinical and non-clinical staff who are on programmes of learning where their development, education or training have made a difference to the quality of services, service user care or experience
• Lifetime achievement - for both clinical and non-clinical staff who are regarded as an 'expert' in their field and have made significant contributions to the quality of services
• Patient safety - for clinical staff (individuals or teams) who have demonstrated a continuous commitment to improving patient safety
• Recovery and hope - for clinical staff (individuals or teams) who have improved the wellbeing of service users or carers on the wards or in the community by working collaboratively to co-produce improvement at AWP
• Research, innovation and improvement - for both clinical and non-clinical staff or teams who have been involved in quality improvement and/or research where new or existing projects have been exceptionally well implemented to improve services
The Trust will also be presenting Long Service Awards to staff who have completed 30 years' NHS service.

Dominic Hardisty, AWP's Chief Executive, said: "As the Trust's new Chief Executive, this will be my first Staff Awards and I am really excited to be involved. In my short time with the Trust I have already met with some incredible members of staff who are extremely committed to supporting our service users, families and carers, and go out of their way to provide compassionate and dedicated care.

"The staff awards is the perfect way to acknowledge and recognise the vital role our staff play in assisting our service users on their journey towards recovery and I would encourage everyone who has had contact with our staff to nominate."

To nominate a member of staff or team for an award, please click here. Nominations close on Sunday 29th September.

Nominees who are shortlisted will be invited to an evening of celebration on Friday 24th January 2020.

 

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