2015 Advancing Healthcare Awards winners

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AHA awards 2015

28 / 4 / 2015 1.21pm

The 2015 Advancing Healthcare Awards winners were announced at a celebratory lunch earlier this month in London.

And the overall 2015 winner is...

NHS Ayrshire and Arran and Safeguarding Communities (Sacro),  Whole System Approach for Women. 

This project diverts women from the criminal justice and court system with the aim of reducing offending behaviour and targeting the reasons for offending. It is the first initiative in Scotland that the team are aware of which involves partnership working between statutory and voluntary services across health, criminal justice, social and community organisations. Further information is available from mary.jardine@aapct.scot.nhs.uk.


NHS Employers category

NHS Employers sponsored the Inspiring the Workforce of the Future award and is pleased to announce that Keith Pearce (consultant cardiac physiologist), Martin Stout (clinical academic cardiac scientist) and Andrea Arnold (North West clinical tutor for cardiology) from University Hospital of South Manchester NHS Foundation Trust, won. They have used the skills and experience within the department to provide innovative roles that lead, inspire and develop a truly modern scientific workforce in line with Modernising Scientific Careers (MSC).


Further information

These yearly awards celebrate allied health professionals, healthcare scientists and those who work alongside them that demonstrate innovation, creativity, leadership and compassion. For a list of 2015 categories and winners, visit the Advancing Healthcare Awards section.

Next year will be the 10th anniversary and we encourage you to start thinking now about how you can get involved. We will update our pages as soon as further information becomes available.

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