The 10th annual BMJ Awards showcasing and inspiring excellence in healthcare took place on the 10th May 2018 at Park Plaza Westminster Bridge London. There were 250 entries across 15 categories, including cancer care, diagnostics, emergency care, and mental health.
NIHR CLAHRC NWL attendees on the night included Yewande Adeleke, Information Officer for Public Health and Information Intelligence Theme, Susan Barber, Improvement Science Manager for the CLAHRC NWL Frailty delivery theme and Liz Evans, Mental and Physical Wellbeing Theme Lead and Delivery Programme Manager. Joining them was Brian Turley Award Winning, Patient-Centred Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) Care Model Team based at St Mark’s Hospital, LNWUH NHS Trust who were shortlisted for the BMJ Patient Partnership award and St Luke’s Hospice Woodgrange Centre team who were shortlisted for the BMJ Palliative and Hospice Team of the Year award for their application of quality improvement methods in a hospice.
The teams underwent a rigorous selection process, which included shortlisted teams giving presentations to a panel of judges.
St Luke’s Hospice Woodgrange Centre team were rated top 6 out of 30 applicants for the BMJ Palliative and Hospice Team of the Year award and the Patient-Centred Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) Care Model Team were endorsed as highly commended by BMJ for Patient Partnership.