Sir Peter Carr Award runners up

Congratulations to our Sir Peter Carr Award runners up, who will receive £10,000 between them and a package of on-going support from us.

About their project

Runners up: Dr Anna Winfield, a Patient Safety and Quality Manager and Dr Alison Cracknell, a Consultant Geriatrician of Leeds Teaching Hospitals

Anna and Alison from Leeds Teaching Hospitals will be using our support and money from the award to develop the infrastructure, culture change and patient engagement needed to create an environment in which data for improvement is used across the organisation from ward to board. They want to embed the principle that every data point represents a patient and make improvement data accessible to both patients and staff in order to drive patient centred improvement.

Our shortlisted pairs

Congratulations to our shortlisted pairs who will receive a package of on-going support from us.

Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust

Emma Willey, Service Development Manager and Dr Anna Davis, Integrated Clinical Care Lead 

Emma and Anna are working together to understand what drives the need restrictive interventions within secure units as part of the Sign Up to Safety campaign and CQUIN for the reduction of restrictive practice in secure mental health services. Reducing restrictive interventions will bring real benefits for patients.

Derby Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Dr Jonathan Holley, Speciality Registrar – Trauma and Orthopaedics and Caitlin Richens, Assistant General Manager

Caitlin and Jonathan are working on a system to improve the effectiveness of communication with patients. The project will support the creation of communication tools designed in partnership with patients and frontline staff. The tools will be housed in an interactive app for patients to use as a guide to their care – from outpatients, inpatients to leaving hospital.

Blackpool Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Natalie Davidson, Associate Director of operations- Resilience management and Dr Gurkaran Samra,  Registrar in Acute Medicine

Natalie and Gurkaran are working on a range of e-modules (revised AMU tracker, e-referrals for allied health professionals and e-MDT, critical clinical e-pathways, auto-populated e-discharge to name a few) with enhanced reporting modules  for their in-house developed Patient Tracker app aimed to improve patient safety and increase organisational efficiency.

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