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2018 Awards

 

Flu Fighter Champion award

Jo Reynard award-winning imageIn April, Infection Prevention and Control (IPC) Lead Jo Reynard won the 2018 NHS flu fighter champion award.

Jo picked up the award at a ceremony in Manchester which celebrated the achievements of flu teams and organisations across the country in promoting the flu vaccine to frontline health and social care staff in the season 2017/18.

She was recognised for her tireless efforts, including her ‘flu mascots’ Flo and Frankie, which helped Leeds Community Healthcare achieve a vaccination rate of 76.8% this year.

Jo and the IPC team also helped vaccinate hundreds of Leeds City Council’s Adult Social Care workforce.

 

Journal of Health Visiting Awards

Health visiting award pictureThe Leeds Infant Mental Health Service and Health Visiting service were awarded runner-up in the Innovation in Health Visiting Practice award.

They were recognised for their work on the Early Attachment Observation (EAO) that supports health visitors across the city to identify emerging relationship difficulties between infants and their care-givers in the first few weeks of life so that the difficulties can be addressed quickly and effectively.

 

 

2017 Awards

 

HSJ Award nominations 

HSJ press release image

Leeds Community Healthcare NHS Trust has earned four nominations at an awards ceremony which recognises the finest achievements in the NHS.

The Health Service Journal (HSJ) Awards have shone a light on the best work in the service for nearly 40 years and the 2017 ceremony takes place at the InterContinental O2 in London in November 2017.

Read more here.

 

Nursing Times Award

 nt logoOur teams at Wetherby Young Offenders Institute and Adel Beck Secure Children's Home won a Nursing Times Award.

‘Locked up and still hard to reach: integrated healthcare for children and young people in custody’ was a joint submission by our Trust and South West Yorkshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust. We worked together to transform services to make sure that young people in custody received the best possible healthcare.

 

Association for Infant Mental Health UK Louise Emanuel award

Sue Ranger Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Sue Ranger, was awarded the Association for Infant Mental Health UK Louise  Emanuel award. The award is given to ‘a person who has demonstrated a significant contribution to Infant   Mental Health in terms of practice or through their work in research and policy’.