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FTFT Award Winners

"It is hugely important for our individual directorates and partnerships to give local recognition to those who are leading the way to deliver improved patient services and improve our effectiveness. That’s why I am delighted at the ongoing success of our FTFT Staff Awards.

During the past couple of months local teams have selected and presented more than 80 awards under the five FTFT categories: Our Patients; Our People; Our Leaders; Our Resources; and Our Culture.

These awards represent a huge amount of effort by our staff to improve the care and services we deliver. Featuring strongly are members of staff who continue to improve the quality of both our acute care and the services and care provided by our Health & Social Care Partnerships, all undertaken in a climate of particularly difficult financial challenge.

Tonight is the culmination of the 2016 FTFT awards when each of those directorates and partnerships will identify their local overall FTFT champions. I know you will all join me in applauding every one of them as they are called to the stage to receive their well deserved trophy."

Robert Calderwood, Chief Executive, NHSGGC

OVERALL WINNERS

Overall winners in each Directorate and Partnership

ACUTE SERVICES – CLYDE SECTOR

J North Team, IRH

For excellent teamwork to achieve a redesigned and improved service enhancing patient care.

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ACUTE SERVICES - NORTH SECTOR

AHP Winter Target Team

For their dedication in improving patient flow during the challenging winter period.

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ACUTE SERVICES – SOUTH SECTOR

Dr Scott Davidson

For providing strong clinical and managerial leadership since the opening of the QEUH.

 

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DIAGNOSTICS

Garry Currie

Leading the Development, Implementation and Opening of the new Lanarkshire Beatson.

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EAST DUNBARTONSHIRE HSCP

Jacqueline King

Leading the introduction and adoption of ‘Hello my Name is’ campaign.

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EAST RENFREWSHIRE HSCP

Ian Roach

Passion for making a difference to people’s lives, which often goes unrecognised.

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EHEALTH

Health Records Site Managers Team

Excellent example of staff working together across sites to achieve common goals.

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GLASGOW CITY HSCP

Housing Options for Older People

Offering personalised housing advice for older people in hospital or intermediate care.

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HUMAN RESOURCES & ORGANISATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Case Management System

For designing and developing the new HR Case Management System.

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INVERCLYDE HSCP

Dementia Strategy- Learning & Development sub group

For enabling staff and people across organisations to become Dementia Ambassadors

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PHARMACY & PRESCRIBING SUPPORT UNIT

West Dunbartonshire HSCP and NHSGGC Chronic Pain MCN

Improve chronic pain integrated care pathways and support individuals to manage their pain.

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PROPERTY, PROCUREMENT & FACILITIES MANAGEMENT

Project SEARCH

For the job mentoring of Project SEARCH participants – going above and beyond the role of the job.

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PUBLIC HEALTH

NHSGGC School Immunisation Partners

Emergency MenACWY School Immunisation Programme for all 14-18 years olds.

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REGIONAL SERVICES

Triangle of Care

Supporting relative’s involvement for patients who regularly need in-patient mental health care.

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RENFREWSHIRE HSCP

Sunshine Recovery Cafe

For inspirational leadership in championing Recovery from addiction in Renfrewshire.

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WEST DUNBARTONSHIRE HSCP

Child Protection in General Practice       

For developing and championing arrangements for strengthened multi-agency co-operation in primary care.

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WOMEN & CHILDREN’S SERVICES

Louise Bell and the Paediatric Cardiac Ward 1E Team, RHC

Relatives’ feedback describing compassion for their dying son epitomises the high standard of care in this ward.

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