On Wednesday night we took our place amongst a host of brilliant organisations, all working in partnership with the NHS in various ways, all shortlisted for the HSJ Partnership Awards.
The awards, designed to celebrate innovative, effective partnerships between the private sector, voluntary sector and health service, covered a variety of topics including education, service transformation and medical innovation.
Neurology Academy, a finalist in the Best Educational Programme category, felt immensely proud to be shortlisted and were thrilled to see the range of innovative partnerships represented.
‘What an amazing night’, tweeted Academy MD Sarah Gillett.‘Thank you to all our graduates who have completed the MasterClass and undertaken a project in each disease area in which we educate’.
What an amazing night, we didn’t win, but we are proud to be finalists. Thank you to all our graduates who have completed the MasterClass and undertaken a project in each disease area in which we educate. #wewillbeback #educate #makeadifference #HSJPartnershipAwards @acnr pic.twitter.com/Zx441I6CMC
— Neurology Academy (@TheNeuroAcademy) 21 March 2019
Off to the @HSJ_Awards. @joelamathews & I are proud to be representing #neuropharmacists at the table with @TheNeuroAcademy who are quite rightly nominated for an award for best education programme. @UKCPANeuro @Imperialpeople
— Ray Dorsey (@RayDorsey7) 20 March 2019
— Gavin Giovannoni (@GavinGiovannoni) 20 March 2019
— Joela Mathews (@joelamathews) 20 March 2019
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