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South London and Maudsley partnerships recognised at HSJ Partnership Awards

Friday, March 25, 2022

The Psychosis VIEWER population health management platform has been highly commended at the 2022 HSJ Partnership Awards.

On 24 March 2022, in a private awards ceremony held at Park Plaza, Westminster, the Psychosis Viewer population health management platform received a high commendation for the Best Mental Health Partnership with the NHS at this year’s HSJ Partnership Awards. The accolade recognises their ongoing innovative and collaborative partnerships with the NHS and commitment to healthcare.

David Bradley, Chief Executive at South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust said: “Huge congratulations to all the entrants who were recognised and shortlisted for the 2022 HSJ Partnership Awards. Each project demonstrates the substantial benefits that working in partnership can provide to people who use our services and our wider communities.”

The Psychosis VIEWER population health management platform, supported by NIHR Maudsley Biomedical Research Centre (BRC) and Maudsley Charity, was developed with clinicians and researchers from South London and Maudsley and King’s College London to provide multi-dimensional clinical knowledge and patient information.

South London Listens was shortlisted for Most Impactful Project Addressing Health Inequalities. This unique project was set up by South London and Maudsley in partnership with South West London and St George’s Mental NHS Health Trust and Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust. 

Norman Lamb, Co-Chair of South London Listens and Chair, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust, said: “We are delighted to have been a finalist for an HSJ Partnership Award for our work in addressing health inequalities. South London Listens is programme of genuine co-production – identifying the needs of our communities in partnership with residents and service users.

“Despite the barriers to engagement posed by Covid-19, we managed to engage with so many south Londoners and have co-designed a two-year programme of mental ill health prevention as a result. We're excited to be continuing to work together over the next two years to take action on these priorities.” Read more about South London Listen on SouthLondonListens.org

King’s Health Partners' Integrating our Mental, and Physical Healthcare Systems (IMPHS) project was also shortlisted for Best Mental Health Partnership with the NHS at the HSJ Partnership Awards in recognition of the project's, and the team's, outstanding contribution to healthcare in collaboration with Consultant Connect. IMPHS was selected based on its ambition, visionary spirit and the vital improvements it’s made to the physical healthcare of people with serious mental illness.

The Lambeth Living Well Network Alliance was shortlisted for Best Mental Health Partnership with the NHS. The Alliance brings together South London and Maudsley, Lambeth Council, Certitude and Thames Reach, along with commissioners, to transform the way people in Lambeth recover from mental ill health and stay well. Read more

Sabrina Phillips, Living well Network Alliance Director said: “We’re delighted to have had the chance to attend the awards which recognises the efforts of a huge number of individuals and organisations across Lambeth to improve care and support for people living with mental health issues.

“Our Living Well Network Alliance is a partnership that is based on valuing the contribution, the experience and the expertise of service users, carers and staff, deploying resources from the NHS, the council and from the voluntary and community sector to address needs, build on assets and transform lives.

“We know that no single organisation or service could have achieved the successes we have achieved as a partnership – my thanks to each and every one of our colleagues who has accompanied us on this journey.”

Keeping Well South East London was shortlisted for Workforce and Wellbeing Initiative of the Year. Keeping Well offers Free, fast and confidential wellbeing and psychological support to people who work across the health and social care sector in south east London. Find out more about Keeping Well SEL.

The awards ceremony was attended by leaders and professionals from both the NHS and private sector as well as figures from non-clinical backgrounds. Hosted by celebrity guest Tom Allen, the evening was a true celebration of the achievements and collaborative partnerships in healthcare across a total of 18 categories.

 



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