Sunday, 17 November 2013

Today Great honour to be on the Shortlist for NHSGGC Annual Chairman`s Award, Novemeber 18th

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A great honour to be nominated and on the Shortlist for one of NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde’s (NHSGGC) annual Chairman’s Awards for campaigning on behalf of people with dementia and their carers.

Now in their fifth year, the awards recognise members of staff, or teams that have found ways to deliver improvements that benefit patients and service users, colleagues or NHSGGC.  

I feel very honoured to have been  Shortlisted within the Patient Ambassador/Volunteer category, which recognises members of the public and staff who provide outstanding help and support through volunteering or providing patient opinions either on a Public Partnership Forum or on a patients Panel. ‘People who go that extra mile, contributing tirelessly for the benefit of others.’

The winners will be announced in November at the Health Board’s public Annual Review event.
Further information about the awards can be found on their website
To find out more about the Dementia Carer Voices Project visit the project website, or Tommy’s blog. >

The ALLIANCE is proud to announce that our Dementia Carer Voices Project Officer, Tommy Whitelaw, has been nominated for one of NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde’s (NHSGGC) annual Chairman’s Awards for his campaigning work on behalf of people with dementia and their carers.
Now in their fifth year, the awards recognise members of staff, or teams that have found ways to deliver improvements that benefit patients and service users, colleagues or NHSGGC.  
Tommy has been nominated within the Patient Ambassador/Volunteer category, which recognises members of the public and staff who provide outstanding help and support through volunteering or providing patient opinions either on a Public Partnership Forum or on a patients Panel. ‘People who go that extra mile, contributing tirelessly for the benefit of others.’
The winners will be announced in November at the Health Board’s public Annual Review event.
Further information about the awards can be found on their website
To find out more about Tommy’s work and the Dementia Carer Voices Project visit the project website, or Tommy’s blog. >
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