We are delighted to offer this fully funded category in partnership with Liverpool John Moores University.
This category is for student led projects, designed to improve the skills and knowledge of others involved in patient or service user care delivery on any health, medical, social care or related programme of study.
The emphasis should be on transforming the learner experience of other students, with the longer-term goal of improving experience for patient and service users. Your project could be at an early or advanced stage or already implemented and showing results.
This category is free to enter.
PENNA 20-21 Patient Experience Transformer of Tomorrow Winners, Runner Up and Finalists
|King’s College London||Saleh Alessy – s variation in patients’ experiences of cancer care associated with their subsequent survival||RUNNER UP|
|Tees Esk and Wear Valley NHS Foundation trust||Michael Curtis – Dementia friendly Village Project||WINNER|
PENNA2019 Patient Experience Transformer of Tomorrow Winners, Runner Up and Finalists
|University of Brighton||Ella Brunton and Krista Etchells||WINNER|
|Paediatric Assessment Unit, Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust||Claire Fenn||
RUNNER UP and HIGHLY COMMENDED
|Alder Hey Childrens Hospital NHS Trust||Helen Morley|
|North West Ambulance Service||Paddy Ennis|
|Childrens Unit, Whiston Hospital||Tracy McNeill|
|Smithdown Childrens Walk-In Centre||Nicola Gourley|
PENNA2018 Patient Experience Transformer of Tomorrow Winners, Runner Up and Finalists
|University Hospitals Plymouth NHS Trust||Kelly Whitehorn||Winner|
|University of Plymouth||Rebecca Baines||Runner Up|
|University of Plymouth||Toni||Runner Up|
|University of Dundee||Charlotte Scotland & Lynn Graham||Finalist|
|Teeside University||Kate Husband, Emma Hutchinson and Katherine Comac||Finalist|
|University Hospitals Plymouth NHS Trust||Kelly Whitehorn||Finalist|
PENNA2017 Patient Experience Transformer of Tomorrow Winners, Runner Up and Finalists
Dr Louca-Mai Brady, Research Associate & Independent Consultant – Kingston University
Rhetoric to Reality: Research on Embedding Young People’s Participation in Health Services