Celebration of Excellence in Research, Quality and
has come and
gone and was a great celebration of the quality, innovation and research
that is occurring within our organisation and beyond.
Thank you to
all participants who applied and shared the projects they have been
working on. The judges had a hard time deciding winners but managed in
the end to come to a consensus.
Category I: ‘Clinical Excellence’:
winner is Elizabeth Nevill for her presentation titled “Effect of
Delayed Cord Clamping
on Breathing and Transition at Birth in Very Preterm Infants”.
winner is Amanda Shapleski for her presentation on “Early Support
Discharge for Stroke”.
Category II: ‘Education Excellence’:
Poster Presentation winner is Eunicia Tan and team, for their
presentation titled “Flipped Classroom Approach to In-house Teaching
in the Emergency Department”.
Presentation winners are Bobby Milne and Lynne Ferguson for
their presentation on “A Randomised Parallel-Group Study of Group
Education vs Standard Care in Subjects with Type 2 Diabetes”.
Category III: ‘Process and Systems Excellence’:
winner is Andy McLachlan and team for their presentation titled “The
Development and Implementation of a Cardiac Rehabilitation Tracking
winner is Andrew Brainard for his presentation on “The MMH ED Airway
Registry: An Innovative Quality Improvement Project”.
IV: ‘Research Excellence’:
winner is Russell Smart and team for their presentation titled
“THESOS: The Stress of a Smokefree Environment”.
winner is Mike Meyer for his presentation on “Use of Heated,
Humidified Gas for Stabilisation of Preterm Infants: A Randomised
V: ‘Supporting Excellence in Patient and Whaanau Experience’:
winner is Shelley Kennedy and team for their presentation titled
“Sensory Modulation in Mental Health”.
winners are Leona Didsbury, Pamela Low, Merle Samuels and Gary
Sutcliffe for their presentation on “Kia Kaha”.
For more information contact Angela Bennett, ext 2881, or Val
McCullough, ext 2822.