A scheme using new technologies to treat and care for people with Diabetes in Cornwall is shortlisted for a national care award
Category - Awards
Caroline Ellis, a Memory Assessment Nurse at Bodmin Community Hospital was recently invited to give a presentation at a high-profile conference in London to raise awareness of an innovative project she set up in Cornwall.
Cornwall Partnership NHS Foundation Trust has been recognised and applauded for having excellent sustainability reporting in place as part of their Annual Report.
Going one better than last year the Cornwall Partnership NHS Foundation Trust has been successful in their assessment for a ‘Silver’ Healthy Workplace Award.
It has recently been announced that a campaign encouraging men in Cornwall with suicidal thoughts to get help, has been shortlisted for a British Medical Journal Award, the medical world’s equivalent to an Oscar.
A pioneering team that developed an app allowing people with epilepsy to monitor their own condition and health risk, has been shortlisted for a prestigious British Medical Journal (BMJ) Award in the Innovation Team category. The BMJ Award is one of the highest honours available within the medical and healthcare professions.
The Cornwall Partnership NHS Foundation Trust has beaten off stiff competition to win a much coveted Cornwall Sustainability Award. The prestigious accolade is in recognition of the Trust’s efforts to reduce its environmental impacts across the Cornwall healthcare community.
Following their shortlisting for a prestigious Great South West Care Award, a team of General Services Assistants from St Austell Community Hospital have been crowned runners-up at a glittering ceremony recently held in Bristol.
The iconic Eden Project was the place to be recently when it played host to a special awards ceremony that recognised and celebrated the outstanding efforts of staff from a wide range of NHS and support related services within the Cornwall Partnership NHS Foundation Trust.
A pioneering Consultant Psychiatrist based in Cornwall was recently declared a finalist for an Innovation & Excellence Award. This prestigious accolade is in recognition of his outstanding contribution in the development of a revolutionary new app which allows people with epilepsy to monitor their own condition and risk.