Military and Civilian Health Partnership Award

Wednesday 27th February 2019

This award provides a unique opportunity to celebrate excellence in healthcare and health improvement for the Armed Forces community (as defined in the Armed Forces Covenant), and the importance of working in partnership with several stakeholders including the Defence Medical Services; the NHS; the Department of Health and Social Care; and the independent and voluntary sectors.

Winners will be collaborative projects between varied types of organisation including health and social care, across departments and charities.

Judges are looking for specific examples of projects which can demonstrate the sometimes specialist needs of armed forces personnel.

If you wish to enter, the entry form, categories and further information is on the HSJ Awards website.

Image: Service personnel during a MAST Course Training at The Royal College of Surgeons – Fri 18 Mar 2016. Open Government Licence v3.0.

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