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This leader creates a culture where staff feel safe to be themselves and where everyone feels inspired to achieve their best. They “raise the bar” to ensure that the whole service responds to the needs of BAME patients and communities. They are prepared to innovate, challenging the system where necessary, while rewarding and encouraging good practice as it develops.
This person has a job role that is predominantly to lead on race equality issues. The person strives to ensure that the views of BAME groups are heard, often asking the difficult questions to change the system. This person is a great influencer and inspires and motivates everyone around them to improve services for BAME staff and communities.
This nominee or nominated team has developed research with the potential to improve health outcomes of BAME patients and/or communities. Their primary focus has been to address the specific needs of BAME communities with recommendations on how the needs of these groups can be addressed.
This clinician is working at any level and in any service who:
(a) Puts the patient at the centre of their practice;
(b) Has demonstrated expertise in understanding and addressing health inequalities;
(c) Has developed clinical services, which meet the needs of people from BAME communities.
This team or person has used technology and expertise to improve access, communication or support for BAME people, staff, patients or communities.
This special award will be presented to the individual whom the judges believe has made a long-term outstanding contribution to social care. Nominations are welcomed from across the care sector.
This person or team has designed an innovative health prevention initiative or tool which is:
(a) Improving health outcomes for BAME employees, patients or communities;
(b) Increasing knowledge and awareness of health issues; or
(c) Improving access to prevention and screening services.
This person or team has demonstrated success in addressing inequalities and improving outcomes for BAME staff, ensuring a culture where BAME staff can thrive.
The person is considered a role model by their team or organisation in ensuring high quality and compassionate nursing practice and ensuring a proactive approach to reducing inequities in service provision for BAME patients or BAME staff development.
The person is considered a role model by their team or organisation in ensuring high quality and compassionate midwifery practice and ensuring a proactive approach to reducing inequities in service provision for BAME patients or BAME staff development.
This person has introduced a significant change to practice that improves access for patients or carers from BAME communities or improves clinical outcomes for BAME patients.
The person has produced a practice for BAME patients or carers or a development initiative for BAME staff that has gained national recognition as an example of good practice.
The organisation has launched an initiative that improves clinical outcomes for BAME patients or shows evidence of successfully supporting the career development of BAME staff.
A service intuitive that has significantly improved access by members of the BAME community with mental health issues or clinical outcomes for BAME patients currently using the service.
Technological innovation either by creation of new apparatus, digital device or software development or the innovative application of existing technology that improves access to services or clinical outcomes for BAME patients.
The service or organisation has been a key player in securing a community development beneficial to local BAME population through working directly with other agencies.