This category is for programmes aimed at providing the best possible environment of care – from first arrival/ impressions and throughout the care pathway. This can include the physical environment but also the emotional environment.

Potential Participants could be all organisations, including:

Artists and other dramatic arts
Architects/ Designers
GP Practices
Care Homes

If you have some examples of how you have improved your patients’ experience through the environment of their care then why not put forward a submission now? What better way to acknowledge the great work of your team, share your best practice and gain recognition for the superb initiatives you have implemented?

PENNA 2019 – Environment of Care Winner, Runner Up & Finalists

Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust Knead to Chat WINNER
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Birmingham Women and Children’s Hospital NHS Foundation Trust Magnolia House: Co-design with Bereaved Families  

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King Edward VII’s Hospital Improving Inclusion and Welcome in Imaging Suite Download Slides
Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust Fast Track Accessibility Programme Download Slides
Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust Queen Mary’s Hospital, Sidcup – A hospital designed together Download Slides
Royal National ENT and Eastman Dental Hospital, UCLH Emotional and Physical Pathway Improvement for Head and Neck Cancer Patients Download Slides

 PENNA 2018 – Environment of Care Winner, Runner Up & Finalists

Hospice UK Fresh Eyes WINNER
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University Hospitals of Derby & Burton NHS Foundation Trust Sleep Kits RUNNER UP
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Air Arts Air Arts is TEN
Hywel Dda University Health Board Mynydd Mawr Rehabilitation Ward Download Presentation
Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust First Impressions
Serco Nobody is Just a…Empowering Support Staff Download Presentation

 PENNA 2015 – Environment of Care Winner, Runner Up & Finalists

WINNER: West Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust

Watch the winners presentation here.

Rose Vital Tray
RUNNER UP: Wirral Community NHS Trust Environments for Children
FINALIST: Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust The Live Project – Building Communities, Encouraging Recovery