Inclusion win HSJ Patient Safety Award 2016 01/12/2016
Last week Inclusion won the HSJ (Health Service Journal) award in the category of Patient Safety for their work around Naloxone.
The HSJ awards is the UK’s biggest annual celebration of excellence in healthcare. There were a total of 23 categories and in the Patient Safety category Inclusion were 1 of 10 shortlisted. See a list of all the winners here.
This is a proud moment for Inclusion as Cambridge was the pilot project for rolling out Naloxone. This work has not only been recognised nationally, but has empowered staff/service users/carers/relatives to make a difference and has saved many lives.
Congratulations to Inclusion!