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The 2016 Patient Safety Awards will once again recognise and reward outstanding practice within the NHS and independent healthcare organisations. The awards are your opportunity to showcase your practice standards, hear best practice from your peers and neighbouring trusts and collect your trophy in a room full of health professionals. There are 19 categories covering all aspects of the healthcare spectrum, so you are likely to find a perfect category to demonstrate you and your teams achievements. See all the categories here: https://www.patientsafetycongress.co.uk/award-categories.
This is your chance to make sure that the work you and your team have spent years on is properly recognised. Don’t miss out on it. Entering is easy and it doesn’t take long, with most submissions taking less than 45 minutes to complete…And, we can honestly say it is really worth your time:
“Past entrants have found the whole process really valuable, not only does the entry process allow them to take stock of their initiative and the judging process robustly examines their project, but entering made their organisations sit up and take notice of what they’d achieved. Winners have used the entry to secure extra funding and investment from their boards or external partners, and have made a real difference to the success and sustainability of their work.”
Jenni Middleton, Editor, Nursing Times
Enter now at https://www.patientsafetycongress.co.uk/awards
Don’t miss this opportunity to submit with our deadline extension - complete your entry by 1 April.
We hope to celebrate with you on the evening of 5 July 2016.
Here’s what our 2015 entrants said:
“The event was very prestigious and there is a lot of competition so to be recognised is a major achievement. It is a good way to network with other health care providers and also promote the good work of our own organisation.”
“It was an amazing experience, very inspiring and great for networking.”
“It was a very interesting evening with lots of opportunities to network and share best practice ideas.”
“Good to be recognised and network with other organisations.”
“It was an amazing event and very rewarding, wining of course made all the difference. It was great to learn more about other trusts and their achievements etc. also good for networking.”
“It is an opportunity to enable individuals and teams to show case good practice.”
“It was such a great celebration of good patient care.”
“Great event with a strong clinical focus.”
The feel good factor in being nominated and taking part in the event.
“Fantastic evening highlight of my nursing so far. Felt so proud.”
“I would recommend the awards to colleagues.”