NHS Forth Valley highlight award worthy work of staff throughout the area

The shortlisted finalists in this year’s NHS Forth Valley staff awards have been announced and whittling it down from over 800 nominations was not an easy task.
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The big awards ceremony is scheduled to take place on November 15 and will include a health and wellbeing category to recognise the work of individuals or teams who have helped improve the health and wellbeing of local patients and communities or staff within the workplace.

In the running is the Substance Use Service Team, CAMHS occupational therapists and therapy assistants Tracy Binnie, Sarah Dove, Lorraine Sinclair and Lynsey Marley and senior health improvement officer Aileen Schofield.

Here are this year’s other categories and nominees:

NHS Forth Valley has revealed the shortlist for its annual staff awards
(Picture: Michael Gillen, National World)NHS Forth Valley has revealed the shortlist for its annual staff awards
(Picture: Michael Gillen, National World)
NHS Forth Valley has revealed the shortlist for its annual staff awards (Picture: Michael Gillen, National World)
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Inspiration Awards – Edward Shaw, consultant psychiatrist for the mental health access and assessment team at Forth Valley Royal Hospital (FVRH), Anne Todd, clinical assessment nurse at FVRH; and Amy White, community mental health charge nurse at Woodlands Resource Centre.

Outstanding Care Award – Tarek Omeish, Mortuary Lead, FVRH; Chloe Jackson, Midwife, Woman and Children’s Unit, Forth Valley Royal Hospital’ and Lisa Griffin, Play Leader, Children’s Ward, FVRH

Top Team Award – Acute Assessment Unit, FVRH; Hospital @ Home Team, Forth Valley wide service based in Falkirk Community Hospital; and

Integrated Mental Health Service, Falkirk Community Hospital

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Service Improvement Award – Clinical and Acute Assessment Units, Forth Valley Royal Hospital; Pain Management Team, Falkirk Community Hospital; and Fiona

Campbell, Speech and Language Therapist , The Manor, Falkirk

Better Workplace Award – Pauline Macdonald, Health Records Assistant, Urgent Care Centre, FVRH; Shona Traynor, Microbiology Laboratory Deputy Department Manager, FVRH; and Eilidh Gibson, Learning Disability Staff Nurse, Additional Support Team, Red Lodge, The Bungalows.