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Thursday, September 19, 2019, Issue 83

Advancing Healthcare Awards 2020 announced

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Is there an aspect of your practice you are particularly proud of, or you think has made a real difference to your patients?

Then enter the Advancing Healthcare Awards which recognise and reward projects and professionals that lead innovative healthcare practice, making a real difference to patients’ lives.

The 2020 awards have a ‘green’ theme and entrants are asked to reflect on how they have taken positive action to improve the environment.

There is a new category: the Council of Allied Health Professions Research (CAHPR) award for evaluating health and social care practice.

Allied health professionals have until 8 January 2020 to enter and the winners will be announced in March.

Categories include:

  • The Year of Green Action award for AHPs demonstrating environmental awareness sponsored by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs 

  • Outstanding achievement by an apprentice, support worker or technician working alongside an AHP
 - NHS Employers
  • Award for prudent healthcare 
- Welsh Government
  • Driving improvement, delivering results award 
- Scottish Government 
  • Inspiring the healthcare science workforce of the future: open to AHPs only 
- AHCS
  • AHP Clinical Leadership award - Allied Health Solutions 

  • Contributions to public health 
- Faculty of Public Health and Public Health England
  • The Northern Ireland award for maximising resources for success 

  • The Scottish Government award for Improving quality, measuring and demonstrating impact 

  • AHPs working with people who have mental health problems 
- The Guardian
  • Evaluating Health and Social Care Practice - CAHPR

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