The 2020 award categories include:
- Patients as Partners
- Delivering Integrated Care
- Excellence in Supporting Services
- Keeping People Healthy
- Quality and Safety
- Excellence in Supporting the Mental Health of our Patients and Consumers
- Local Solutions
- Health Research and Clinical Practice
- Patient Experience
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2020 NSLHD Quality and Improvement Award winners
Patients as Partners Award
Awarded to a project that has empowered patients and consumers to take control of their health and manage their own health condition.
Youth Health Consultant Initiative, NSLHD Health Promotion
Patient Led Handover Initiative, Rehabilitation Team, Mona Vale Hospital
Delivering Integrated Care Award
Acknowledges innovative projects and programs that encourage the delivery of integrated care.
Frailty Initiative, Hornsby Hospital
Excellence in Support Services Award
Recognises excellence in developing original and effective solutions to problems or challenges outside the clinical setting.
Executive Operational Huddles, Executive Team, Hornsby Hospital
Keeping People Healthy Award
In recognition of a project that has taken every opportunity to work in partnership with patients and consumers to build and maintain wellness.
Community Mental Health Gym Program, Ryde Community Mental Health Service
Quality and Safety Award
In recognition of a project that demonstrates commitment to continual improvement and a focus on quality and safety in caring for patients, consumers and our community.
Reducing time in seclusion, Mental Health Intensive Care Unit, Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Mental Health service
Excellence in Supporting the Mental Health of Patients and Consumers Award
Recognises and showcases innovation in improving the quality and safety of mental health care within programs.
Mental Health Intensive Care Unit Metabolics, Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Mental Health Service
Local Solutions Award
Recognises projects that have identified and implemented a local solution to meet the needs of their patients, consumers, carers or staff.
Reducing inappropriate arterial blood gas testing, Intensive Care Unit, Royal North Shore Hospital
Health Research and Clinical Practice Award
Recognises research projects that demonstrate commitment to continual improvement and a focus on changing practice through evidence based care.
Keeping Sweethearts Together, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, Royal North Shore Hospital
Patient Experience Award
Awarded to a project that has gone above and beyond to improve the patient, carer and family experience of a health service, clinic or visit.
Eyes Open Project, Ophthalmology Clinic, Ambulatory Care, Royal North Shore Hospital