Everyone Matters Awards 2022

The Trust’s Everyone Matters Staff Awards are our opportunity to celebrate our successes and highlight our teams and staff that are exceptional and go above and beyond for our patients.

Because of the pandemic, the Trust has understandably not been in a position to hold an awards evening, so 2022’s event will be the first since 2019 – a reason to celebrate, as we say thank you to our teams and departments that have, for the past two years, given everything in the fight against Covid-19.

This year we will be holding our Everyone Matters Staff Awards in the Legends Lounge at the Etihad Stadium, home of Manchester City FC.  The Legends Lounge is stylish, bright and modern with panoramic views of the stadium bowl.

Click on the shortlist tab below to see 2022's finalists.

Great Patient Experience Award

The team or individual that has made a significant impact upon improving the patient experience either for an individual patient, in their work area or for the Trust as a whole. 

The judges will be looking for evidence of:

  • A positive impact on patient experience or patient safety.
  • How teams or individuals used information or feedback to improve the patient experience or patient safety.
  • Teams or individuals who have demonstrated ways in which they have championed and improved the quality and safety of patient care.
  • Teams or individuals who uphold the Trust values.

Everyone Matters Compassion and Care Award

An individual or team that shows a genuine concern and compassion for others, is interested in others and in helping to meet their needs and providing the best possible quality of care. They treat people as valued individuals and strive to put the needs of others before their own, taking into account principles of equality and inclusion.

The judges will be looking for evidence of:

  • How, or why, this person or team has special qualities, cares about others and understands what each individual needs.
  • How they champion dignity and respect, treating others how they wish to be treated and promoting equality and inclusion for service outcomes.
  • A positive impact on patients, carers or staff.
  • Teams or individuals who uphold the Trust values.

Clinical Team of the Year

A clinical team who consistently demonstrate good team working, to deliver an efficient and high performing service. They have successfully implemented change and/or improved services for the benefit of patients, taking into account the quality and safety of the care they provide.

The judges will be looking for evidence of:

  • Effective teamwork and collaboration.
  • Teams working together to support personal and professional development of members.
  • Improvement work that has taken place on behalf of patients.
  • Evidence of high quality services and upholding the Trust values.

Support Team of the Year

A support team who consistently demonstrate good team working, to deliver an efficient and high performing service. They have successfully implemented change and/or improved services for the benefit of patients, taking into account the quality and safety of the care they provide.

The judges will be looking for evidence of:

  • Effective teamwork and collaboration.
  • Teams working together to support personal and professional development of members.
  • A flexible approach by team members.
  • Evidence of high quality support services and upholding the Trust values.

Service Improvement Award

The team or individual who have developed or undertaken service/quality improvement. This may have resulted in changes to the way they work, and include implementing an idea or innovative approach which has resulted in improved practice/processes, a new way of working or a saving of time or money. 

The judges will be looking for evidence of:

  • The team or individual identifying areas which could be improved, or made more efficient and effective using an innovative approach.
  • Improved services, for example through quality improvement or monitoring of outcomes for staff or patients.
  • The change is embedded and learning could be shared with colleagues across the organisation and/or more widely.

Volunteers Award

An individual or team of volunteers who work tirelessly and generously give their free time, enthusiasm and energy to help improve NHS services, facilities and support for patients, visitors and their families.

An individual working in a volunteer role who has made an exceptional contribution to the Trust and its services. They show dedication and commitment to their role, and make a genuine difference to others.

The judges will be looking for evidence of:

  • Significant impact of what they do on the people and service they support.
  • How they have demonstrated a positive attitude, regularly contributing to the wider team.
  • The individual or team being an exemplary role model for volunteering and upholding the Trust values.

Leading and Inspiring Others Award

Individuals with outstanding leadership skills who inspire people to go the extra mile. Good leaders are not necessarily managers. They are innovative and value their peers while actively mentoring and encouraging people they work with. Tireless in their efforts to change the system for the benefit of all.

The judges will be looking for evidence of:

  • Excellent communication skills.
  • An individual’s ability to inspire and motivate others to achieve objectives.
  • How barriers to change have been overcome.
  • How the individual has promoted equality and inclusion and promoted personal and professional development as part of support to their colleagues.
  • Demonstrated how they uphold the Trust values.

Our Heroes Award

Individuals or a team working in a clinical or non-clinical setting that go the extra mile to help the Trust deliver its objectives and values. Bringing about change and clear benefits for the Trust as a whole. They epitomise creative thinking, commitment, determination and drive. 

The judges will be looking for evidence of:

  • Excellence in customer service.
  • A standard of service that consistently exceeds expectations.
  • Demonstrable and sustainable improvements which contribute to quality care and safety.
  • Dedication to quality improvements and efficiency in their service.
  • Teams or individuals who uphold the Trust values.

Education and Learning Award

An individual or team who have supported the development of others through education and learning for the benefit of patients and colleagues. This includes clinical and support staff who can demonstrate that through education or training they have teams working together to support personal and professional development of others.

The judges will be looking for evidence of:

  • The benefits that have resulted from the education and training of colleagues.
  • The ways in which they have championed and improved the quality and safety of patient care.
  • Teams or individuals who uphold the Trust values.

Partnership and Collaborative Working Award

An individual or team who have supported collaborative working across the Tameside and Glossop locality or with other partners beyond the Trust. This could include developing new ways in which to support our communities, collaboration in delivering services or allowing the Trust to use its resources more widely.

The judges will be looking for evidence of:

  • How this work has supported the Trust in delivering its objectives and values.
  • How inclusion and equality have been promoted.
  • What improvements and efficiency in their service can be seen.
  • Demonstrated how they uphold the Trust values.

Sustainability Award

The team or individual that has made a significant impact upon reducing waste and/or the Trust’s carbon footprint in their work area or for the Trust as a whole. 

The judges will be looking for evidence of:

  • A positive impact on reducing waste.
  • How teams or individuals used the Trust’s Green Plan to improve sustainable working practices.
  • Teams or individuals who have demonstrated ways in which they have championed and improved sustainability.
  • Teams or individuals who uphold the Trust green values.
  • How they have demonstrated a positive attitude towards sustainability.
  • The individual or team being an exemplary role model for reducing waste or carbon footprint.
     

Friday 5 August – Nominations close

Friday 14 October – Awards evening and winners announced

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We have sponsorship packages still available, if you are interested in sponsoring this year's event please contact 0161 922 5117.

  • Amanda Bromley - Director of People and OD
  • Angela Brierley - Head of Service Transformation
  • Trish Cavanagh - Deputy Chief Executive 
  • Steve Coulding - Unison Representative  
  • Jennifer Rothwell - Staff Governor
  • Jonathan O'Brien - Director of Strategy and Partnerships
  • Dilraj Sandher - Medical Director
  • Asif Umarji - Director of Finance 
  • Peter Weller - Director of Nursing
  • Andy Wright - Staff Governor

Great Patient Experience Award

  • Cared for Children’s Team
  • MDT led Post Covid and Post Covid Syndrome Clinics and the Covid Team
  • Adult Speech and Language Team
  • Patient Experience Team

Everyone Matters Compassion and Care Award

  • Christina Rapuano
  • Janet Shaw and Lina Pancaro
  • The Mortuary Team
  • The Stroke Unit Therapy Team

Clinical Team of the Year

  • Integrated Services for Children with Additional Needs (ISCAN)
  • Integrated Urgent Care Team (IUCT)
  • Respiratory Physiotherapy Team

Support Team of the Year

  • Corporate Information Team
  • Endoscopy Booking and Scheduling Team
  • Medical Staffing Team

Service Improvement Award

  • Cardio Respiratory Investigations Unit
  • Claire Harvey
  • Farrah Amjad and Denton, Audenshaw and Droylsden (DAD) District Nurses
  • Stamford Satellite Pharmacy Team

Volunteers Award

  • John Bell
  • Pat Brookes
  • Arthur Egan

Leading and Inspiring Others Award

  • Dawn Bennett Painter
  • Michael Boylan
  • Michelle Cunningham
  • Alison Goodall
  • Stacy Starr
  • Michelle Taylor
  • Miranda Woodhead

Our Heroes Award

  • Richard Ball
  • Freda Brereton
  • Paula Headen
  • Cliff Ibbertson
  • Azmat Nawaz
  • Jill Sutcliffe
  • Marta Wisniewska

Education and Learning Award

  • Medical Education Department
  • Keiron Sidebottom

Partnership and Collaborative Working Award

  • GM Mass Vaccination Workforce Team
  • Community Neurological Rehabilitation Team
  • Health Care Cadet Scheme
  • Research and Development Team
  • School Nursing and Immunisation Team

Sustainability Award

  • Medical Equipment and Devices Team
  • Uniform Swap Team
  • Waste Porters