OSCARS 2021/22

OSCARS 2021/22

The OSCARS is our awards scheme for our staff and volunteers. This is an opportunity to acknowledge and celebrate the outstanding work of you, our staff and volunteers, who provide high quality mental health, intellectual disability, substance misuse and community health services.

After having to postpone the OSCARS due to take place on 31 March due to an increase in COVID-19 cases, we are delighted to be holding the ceremony on 5 September 2022. 

We look forward to celebrating the fantastic achievements of our shortlisted staff and volunteers then.

You can see the list of our fantastic shortlisted nominees below. 

Unsung Hero Award – Non-Clinical

Colleen Lindwall, Administrator, The Lookout Adolescent Unit, Hopewood

Nigel Sarsfield, Senior Technical Support Engineer, Duncan Macmillan House

Elaine Wilson, Personal Assistant, Rampton Hospital

Rosalyn Horspool, Environmental Care Co-ordinator, Millbrook Mental Health Unit

 

Unsung Hero Award – Clinical

Dr Tansy Warrilow, Clinical Psychologist, Rampton Hospital

Dr Anu Priya, Consultant Psychiatrist, Bassetlaw Hospital

Lisa Prevett, Therapeutic Activity Coordinator, Millbrook Mental Health Unit

Ameet Malhotra, HI Intensity Worker Trainee and Interpersonal Therapist, IAPT Nottingham, Oxford Corner and Westminster House

Chloe Duncan, Senior Nurse, Hopewood

 

Leadership Award

Sarah McCartney, Head of Adult Services, West Bridgford Health Centre

Harvir Kaur Purawal, Specialist Community Dietitian/AHP Project Lead, Mansfield Community Hospital

Donna Smith, Head of Nursing, AHP's and Quality, Retford Hospital

Dr Joanne Levene, Acting Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Lead for Physical Health Psychology, Kings Mill Hospital

 

Team of the Year Award – Non-Clinical

The Tooth Fairies (aka The Oral Health Promotion Team)

Safeguarding, Duncan Macmillan House

Lings Bar Hospital -  Quality Review Team

John Eastwood Hospice Support Services

 

Team of the Year Award – Clinical

Aintree Autism Team, Rampton Hospital

Nottingham Centre for Transgender Health

Lister Ward Team, The Wells Road Centre

Adult Mental Health Deaf Services, Stonebridge Centre

 

Quality Improvement Award

Katy Twigg, Team Leader, Rampton Hospital

Mental Health Services for Older People (MHSOP) Falls Group

Community CAMHS Team

IslaCare Project

 

Outstanding Care and Compassion Award

Chaplaincy and Psychology, John Eastwood Hospice

CAMHS Intellectual Disability Team

Nia Hayden, Nurse Associate, West Bridgford Health Centre

Duwayne Blackwood, Technical Support Engineer, Duncan Macmillan House

 

Volunteer of the Year

Arnold Lodge Volunteer Visitor Scheme

Wendy Wheat

Gordon Taylor

Joseph Chandy

 

Environmental Impact Award

Wathwood Hospital

Nadia Frowd, Clinical Studies Development Officer, Institute of Mental Health

The Live Team

Arnold Lodge Therapy Services

We raised £7,000 in sponsorship towards the event, thanks to the generosity of local companies. Mitie was our headline sponosr, so an extra thank you to them. Our full list of sponsors are below. A big thanks to all of them.

Mitie
Mills and Reeve
Nottingham Trent University
Essity
Imperial Laundry
Dell Technologies
Fleetcare
John E Wright
Job Lot Trophies

For more information about the OSCARS email oscars@nottshc.nhs.uk or call the Communications Team on 0115 993 4530.

 

 

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