OSCARS 2018/19

OSCARS 2018/19

The judging for the OSCARS took place on 4 December. The judges had a particularly difficult job this year, with the most nominations we have ever had and a very high standard of entries. Thank you to everyone who took the time to nominate. 

The awards ceremony will take place on 28 March 2019 at the East Midlands Conference Centre, when the winners will be announced. Congratulations to everyone and good luck for the awards night.

 

OSCARS 2018/19 shortlist

Unsung Hero Award – Non Clinical

Ann Overfield, Staff Counselling Team Secretary, Staff Counselling Service, Trustwide 

Izzi Gooday, Patient Secretary and Care Environment Cooridnator, The Willows Mental Health Intensive Care Unit, Highbury Hospital

Lisa Robinson-Bunn, Clinical Systems Developer, Health Informatics Service

Vivien McDonald, Team Secretary for Clinical Psychologists, Physical Health, King’s Mill Hospital

 

Unsung Hero Award – Clinical

Claire Blakey, Live Senior Occupational Therapist, Highbury Live Team, Highbury Hospital

Emma Bennett, Physical Healthcare Matron, Highbury Hospital

Louise Playfoot, Community Staff Nurse, Retford and Villages Integrated Neighbourhood Team

Neil Scully, Technical Instructor, The Assessment Unit, Rampton Hospital

 

Leadership Award

Alyson Wile, Musculoskeletal Therapy Clinical Supervisor, Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy Team, Ashfield Health and Wellbeing Centre

Sarah Addy, Senior Occupational Therapist, Mental Health Services for Older People, Heather House

Sarah Bonney, Clinical Team Lead, Community CAMHS West

Vanessa Holmes, Respiratory Team Leader, Respiratory Service, Ashfield Health and Wellbeing Centre

 

Quality Improvement Award

Emma Bennett, Physical Healthcare Matron, Highbury Hospital

E Rostering Team, Trustwide

Laura Ecclestone, Transition Specialist Practitioner, CAMHS and Adult Eating Disorders Service, Hopewood and The Mandala Centre

Ideal Ward Round Team, Trustwide

 

Team of the Year Award - Non-Clinical

Flexible Staffing Service Team, Trustwide

Lings Bar Hospital Site Admin Team

Millbrook Domestic Team

Step 4 Psychology County Admin Team

 

Team of the Year Award – Clinical

Emerald Ward, Rampton Hospital

Hambleton Ward, Rampton Hospital

Orion Ward, Highbury Hospital

Primary Care Mental Health Team

 

Outstanding Care and Compassion Award

Chloe Hardcastle, Nursing Assistant, Hambleton Ward, Rampton Hospital

Julie Bills, Nursing Assistant, Ruby Ward, National High Secure Healthcare Service for Women, Rampton Hospital

Lisa Chadwick, Community Psychiatric Nurse, Mental Health Services for Older People, Gedling and Hucknall Community Local Mental Health Team

Sue Widdowson, Team Leader, Ruby Ward, National High Secure Healthcare Service for Women, Rampton Hospital

 

Volunteer of the Year Award

Ann Incerti, Volunteer, Hopewood

Glenys Herbert, Volunteer Associate Hospital Manager, Trustwide

Michael Beaumont, Volunteer Associate Hospital Manager, Trustwide

Sharon Bright, Volunteer, Alcohol Related Long Term Conditions Service

 

Lifetime Achievement Award

Elizabeth Handbury, Community Bank Nurse, Adult Community Services, Rushcliffe

Julie Gardner, Associate Director of Safeguarding and Social Care, Duncan Macmillan House

Myra Briggs, Senior Social Worker, National High Secure Healthcare Service for Women, Rampton Hospital

Sandra Crawford, Associate Director for Transformation, Duncan Macmillan House

 

For more information about the OSCARS, contact coral.jackson@nottshc.nhs.uk or call 0115 993 4530