Award nominations at the double
The 2023 HSJ Awards nominations showcase the work of healthcare providers in areas including innovation, partnership work, efficiency, and safety.
The 'Mission: menopause – changing culture in South Yorkshire' project – delivered by NHS South Yorkshire Integrated Care Board and South Yorkshire Integrated Care System – is in the running for the Staff Wellbeing Award.
The initiative has seen partner organisations come together to share learning and best practice on changing the culture around menopause in the workplace.
Meanwhile, Doncaster Wound Care Alliance been shortlisted in the category of Integrated Care Initiative of the Year.
The alliance was developed by a multidisciplinary team – including Rotherham, Doncaster and South Humber Foundation Trust and NHS South Yorkshire ICB – to deliver a range of clinical and cost-effective products to serve patient wound requirements.
Dr David Crichton, chief medical officer at NHS South Yorkshire, said: “Congratulations to all of the South Yorkshire healthcare providers shortlisted in this year’s HSJ Awards.
“Being shortlisted for the HSJ Awards is a great honour and an opportunity to showcase the great work our teams have undertaken over the last 12 months.
“Being nominated for these awards is a wonderful opportunity for South Yorkshire to share our innovative approach to improving services, transforming culture and delivering excellent patient care with our NHS colleagues across the country.”
Winners for the awards will be announced on November 15 at the HSJ Awards Ceremony at Evolution London.