Most Impactful Project Addressing Health Inequalities 
Most Impactful Project Addressing Health Inequalities 

How to apply

Entering your project starts with you paying an administration fee for each category you wish to enter.  As soon as you have done this, you will be sent an email with log in details.
 
Simply click the link in the email and start your entry/entries - you can save your progress and edit as much as you wish before submitting.
 
However please note, a submitted entry will only be sent for judging if we have received payment by either credit card or invoice.
 
Best of luck!
 
For any questions, please email us.

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Along with a more holistic focus on overall population health, wellness and prevention has come an increasing recognition of inequalities in outcomes, experience and access. The covid-19 pandemic has further highlighted this challenge by showing areas of social deprivation and ethnic minority groups are more greatly impacted. 

Equally, the uptake of digital solutions during the pandemic has exacerbated another divide, potentially excluding those without access to digital services or the technical capability to utilise them. 

Entrants in this category will have a well-defined project scope and be able to demonstrate clearly how their project supported local services to improve access and/or diagnosis and/or outcomes for some of the local population. 

Eligibility

  • Judges are looking for a clearly-defined project scope and demonstrable outcomes 
  • Evidence must relate to a project, ongoing or completed within the past 2 years up until the award entry deadline 

Ambition

  • Describe the scope of the project; what was the context or need for this work? 
  • What did the project team hope to achieve and how would this effect staff and patients and their diagnosis, treatment or experience?  
  • Judges are looking for projects which required a partnership with an external provider and that the NHS could not have executed without help.  

Outcomes

  • How did the team reach their goals and what challenges were overcome?  
  • What patterns or correlations were seen in the results and what conclusions were drawn?  
  • Provide evidence that results have been acted upon and supporting material that demonstrate a tangible and positive effect on patient outcomes, experience and staff ability to deliver better services across the local population.  
  • Describe how the partnership has achieved success using supporting evidence and testimonials demonstrating improved patient outcomes and experience. 

Spread

  • Have the results from the project been replicated elsewhere? What is the scope for further replication? 
  • What efforts have been made by the project team to disseminate best practice either within the NHS organisation or to other providers of healthcare?  
  • Judges will be looking for projects which can demonstrate that their success has been or has the potential of take up within other teams.  

Involvement 

  • How have various stakeholders been involved in the project?  
  • Where did the team draw information from and how much did those sources get involved?  
  • How big was the project team and did it draw on expertise from disciplines from across the NHS organisation?
  • Judges are looking for projects which can demonstrate buy-in from parties which both contribute input and those who benefit from the results. 

Value

  • What are the measures of value? 
  • How has the project contributed to improvements of quality of life and/or earlier-stage intervention? 
  • Describe any added value that was realised as a result of the project. 

Most Impactful Project Addressing Health Inequalities 

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Most Impactful Project Addressing Health Inequalities 
Most Impactful Project Addressing Health Inequalities 

To find out more

For entry enquiries, contact Ryan Bessent on 0207 608 9045 or email Ryan.bessent@wilmingtonhealthcare.com