Winners of IMT Healthcare Awards

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Outpatient Initiative of the Year
Tallaght University Hospital, Dublin
The Integrated Community Chest Pain Clinic: Moving Chest Pain Assessment From the Hospital to the Community; a Timely Response to the Pandemic in Ireland

Best Use of Information Technology
HSE Digital Transformation (Partners: PatientMpower, Galway University Hospital & Department of Health)
Respiratory Virtual Wards & Virtual Outpatient Clinics
Prof Martin Curley
HSE Director of Digital Transformation
and Lorraine Smyth Communications and Innovation Lead HSE Digital Transformation
Joint entry HSE Digital Transformation and Patient M Power Winners Best use of Information Technology

Educational Meeting of the Year – webinar
Fighting Blindness
Retina 2020
Dr Rachel Bermingham, Research Manager, Fighting Blindness
Kevin Whelan, CEO, Fighting Blindness

Excellence in Healthcare Management
HSE Acute Operations
The National Multi-disciplinary Critical and Respiratory COVID-19 Care Major Surge Working Group

Equality Initiative of the Year
Children’s Health Ireland working with Linn Dara CAMHS
The HSE Rainbow Badge
Jenny Dunne and Karen Prunty
Clinical Nurse Specialist Neonates. CHI Crumlin

Public Health Initiative of the Year
Translate Ireland
Multilingual Video Messaging – Trusted Information from Trusted Sources
Graham Clifford (CEO and co-founder of Translate Ireland) and Dr. Catherine Clifford (co-founder and Medical Lead at Translate Ireland).

Hospital Project of the Year
Children’s Health Ireland at Crumlin
Story of Me

Nursing Project of the Year
Our Lady Of Lourdes Hospital Drogheda
Early Transfer Home
Deirdre West staff midwife Karen HarmonCMM2 Early Transfer Home Our lady Of Lourdes Hospital Drogheda

Innovation in Healthcare and Medicine
The Paediatric Cystic Fibrosis Team, CHI at Tallaght
Mixing Modalities to Provide Optimum CF Care
Gerardine Leen, Clinical Nurse Specialist with the Cystic Fibrosis Team in CHI at Tallaght
Professor Basil Elnazir, Respiratory Consultant with the Cystic Fibrosis Team in CHI at Tallaght

Research Paper of the Year
National Institute for Prevention and Cardiovascular Health
The Ireland-ASPIRE Study: A Nationally Representative Epidemiologic Study of Coronary Heart Disease Secondary Prevention to Inform Post-COVID CVD Prevention in Ireland
Annie Costelloe, Croí Patient & Community Engagement Manager and Dr Lisa Hynes – Croí Head of Health Programmes &Representing the National Institute for Prevention & Cardiovascular Health

Practice Nurse of the Year
Knock Medical Centre Mayo
Orla Loftus Moran

NCHD Project of the Year
Cork University Hospital Emergency Department
A Quality Improvement Project to Improve Medication Administration Times in Paediatric Status Epilepticus
Dr Michael Dunphy
Emergency Medicine Trauma Fellow
Cork University Hospital

Patient Organisation Project of the Year
Croí, the West of Ireland Cardiac & Stroke Foundation
Heartlink West
Bridget Cheasty – Croí Health Programmes Administrator & Project Coordinator and Annie Costelloe – Croí Patient & Community Engagement Manager
Croi, the West of Ireland Cardiac & Stroke Foundation

Patient Education Project of the Year — Pharmaceutical
Amgen and Legacy Communications
She Doesn’t Deserve A Break

Patient Education Project of the Year — Non-Pharmaceutical
Trinity St James’s Cancer Institute (TSJCI) Biobank Network
Why Are Biobanks Important In Cancer Research?

Response to Covid-19 by a Hospital, Patient Group, Doctor or Institution
NCBI (National Council for the Blind of Ireland)
NCBI’s Connection Network Befriending Service

Outstanding Contribution Award
Dr Tony Holohan
Outstanding Contribution to Irish Medicine

An Duais Mhór
Tallaght University Hospital, Dublin
The Integrated Community Chest Pain Clinic: Moving Chest Pain Assessment From the Hospital to the Community; A Timely Response to the Pandemic in Ireland