The finalists in the Rehab Outcome category of the NR Times Awards have been unveiled.
The eleven on the shortlist were chosen on the strength of their submissions, which all demonstrated outstanding practice and commitment to help people rebuild their lives after life-changing injury.
The finalists are:
The Rehab Outcome category was created to help shine a light on the commitment and dedication being seen in rehab teams in supporting people to achieve the best possible outcomes after injury, which often also involve trauma and complexities.
The category is sponsored by Elysium Neurological Services, a division of Elysium Healthcare, who are also the overall sponsors of the NR Times Awards.
The provider has specialised neurological care homes and hospitals across England and deliver services across five clinical pathways: neuro-rehabilitation, neurobehavioural rehabilitation, complex physical care, neuroprogressive conditions and complex dementias.
“Striving for excellence in clinical practice and celebrating each other’s achievements is vital to ensure that patients and their families continue to benefit from improved rehabilitation outcomes and quality of life,” says Professor Quazi Haque, executive medical director of Elysium Healthcare.
“The inaugural NR Times Awards plays an important role in shining a spotlight on some of the best innovation in the sector, and Elysium Neurological Services are delighted to be the headline sponsor, as well as being sponsor for the Rehab Outcome category.”
Following the shortlisting process, judging is now underway.
Each category will be judged by its individual sponsor, plus a panel of independent judges – although any with a conflict of interest in a category will be exempt:
- John Davis, renowned neurotrauma specialist and consultant principal lawyer at Slater and Gordon
- Vicki Gilman, chair of BABICM and founder of Social Return
- Luke Griggs, chief executive of Headway
- Chloe Hayward, chief executive of UKABIF
The winners will be revealed in our online NR Times Awards ceremony on October 26.
In addition to the eleven categories which are judged by our panel, the Rehab Leader of the Year Award is decided by public vote, with scores of votes already being cast for our finalists.
Make your vote count here
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