Six Reasons to Enter the Patient Safety Awards

You've shown your patients how much you care – now let us recognise you for it.


Patient Safety Awards

  1. It’s the first year you can access both the Congress and the Awards – all at once. Award winners and shortlisted entries share knowledge and experience with congress delegates during the event, so if you’re passionate about patient care, this is the event you need to be at this year
  2. It is the best way to highlight and showcase your team’s achievements and how you have transformed patient care
  3. Life is tough in healthcare right now, staff are under pressure and it can be challenging to motivate your team of healthcare professionals – so let us do that for you
  4. They are free to enter
  5. It can be a great way to critique your project. Just entering will mean you will have to measure the success of your improvement project against our set criteria, and this will be helpful to you
  6. Winning an award could lead to you transforming many more organisations. Since winning the Diabetes Care award last year, Sheffield Footcare team have been contacted by CCGs looking to replicate their success in bringing amputation rates down

You’ve shown your patients how much you care – now let us recognise you for it.

There are 17 awards categories for you to enter, including Best New Product, Innovation or Service, Best Education and Training in Patient Safety, and the Trust of the Year award.

The Awards take place on 6 July 2015 at the ICC, Birmingham.

For details on how to enter, please see the Patient Safety Congress and Awards website and enter directly at http://www.patientsafetycongress.co.uk/enter or call +44 (0) 20 3033 2350 or email flavio.rispo@EMAP.com


“A truly fantastic evening of celebration of all that is good and improving in healthcare to benefit patients / service users and their families / loved ones.”

Jane Reid,
Judge, Patient Safety & Care Awards 2014






Source: EMAP



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