National CYPMH Awards 2019 – Results Announced

 NATIONAL CYPMH AWARDS 2019

1) Champion of the Year  – Individual Award

Joint Winners  – Chloe Jackson and Georgia Frampton

Highly Commended – Amy Fawcett and Tom Ward

This award recognises a young person who has made exemplary efforts, possibly under difficult circumstances, to support and enable others to lead more fulfilling life or lives. For the individual child or young person that has made a positive contribution to their community or others  through activities such as campaigning or volunteering.  

 

 

2) Shining Star – Staff Individual Award

Winner – Oliver Ayres – Cambridge and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust

Highly Commended – Vicky Rodrigues – East London NHS Foundation Trust

Highly Commended – Louis Headley – Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust

Highly Commended – Nikki Scott – East London NHS Foundation Trust

 

This award recognises an individual member of staff who has gone above and beyond to provide care for the young people they are looking after.  This staff member may work for a health, social care, third sector organisation or an educational establishment.

 

 3)  Parent and Baby/Infant Services 

Winners – Video Interactive Guidance – Cambridge and Peterborough  NHS Foundation Trust

Highly Commended – Parent/Infant Relationship Cards – Bradford District Care NHS  Foundation Trust

Highly Commended – Mums in Mind – Coventry & Warwickshire MIND

This award recognises the importance of the excellent work being carried out in those services working in this pivotal time for parents and babies.  

 

4) Inpatient Care

Winners – Ancora House – Cheshire and Wirral  Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

Highly Commended – Darwin Centre – North Staffordshire Combined  Healthcare  NHS Trust

Highly Commended – Phoenix Centre – Cambridge and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust

 

This award recognises positive practice in delivering inpatient care, with a particular focus on involving young people and their carers/parents, and having a range of activities and treatment options available.

 

 

5)Transition from CYPMHS

Winners –  Early Intervention Service – Navigo

Highly Commended – Chily Pep

Highly Commended – CAMHS Peer Support Workers – Cambridge and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust

This award recognises services from health, social care, the third sector or education who help young people transition positively from using Children and young people´s mental health services to another entity, whether it be employment, voluntary work, education, or adult mental health services.

 

 

6) Digital Innovation in CYPMH Services

Winners – Hertfordshire CAMHS – HPFT NHS Foundation Trust

Highly Commended  – Hampshire CAMHS – Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

Highly Commended – STEM 4

This award recognises a group or service who have created a piece of work, (project based or ongoing)  including a digital project / social media, to be used by CYPMH and partner organisations such as schools to promote positive mental health and to support young people in maintaining good mental health.

 

 

7) Learning and Education

Winners – The Resilience Passport – Bradford District Care NHS  Foundation Trust

Highly Commended – The Big Umbrella – Coventry and Warwickshire MIND

Highly Commended – The CARE Programme – Sussex Partnership  NHS Foundation Trust

This award recognises a service/project working to build resilience in schools with young people. For positive work between education and health/social care and or third sector organisations, who have developed innovative projects to promote positive mental health in learning and educational establishments with the active involvement of children and young people.

 

 

8) Liaison & Intensive Support Services

Joint Winners – CAMHS Crisis Service – East London NHS Foundation Trust  and  The OSCA Crisis Team –  Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust

Highly Commended – CAMHS Home Treatment Team – HPFT NHS Foundation Trust

Highly Commended – The Hub – North Staffordshire Combined  Healthcare  NHS Trust

This award recognises services supporting young people through a crisis. For a team/service that provides  exceptional support and intervention to children/young people and their families through a period of crisis.  Innovation is particularly sought, together with extended hours, and easy access.

 

 

9) Partnership Working/Co-Production

Winners – Nurse Prescribers & ADHD – Combined Health NHS Foundation Trust

Highly Commended – Oxford CAMHS Strategy – Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust

Highly Commended – Debating MH

This Award recognises partnership working and/or co-production with Children and Young people in a service or project. For education, health/social care organisations or third sector services  who have established services in partnership with/co-produced with Children and Young people.