HPMA Partnership Award
Each year the SPF sponsors and judges the Healthcare People Management Association (HPMA) award for partnership working between employers and trade unions, to identify, reward and promote excellent partnership working.
Included below, are links to the case studies from partnership award winners:
Hillingdon NHS Foundation Trust won for their Developing a people strategy in partnership. An award winning combination of positive mindsets, effective working relationships and full scale staff engagement saw trust and staff side colleagues at Hillingdon working in partnership to develop a new people strategy that addressed issues that were important to staff. See the HPMA Partnership Awards 2019 web page for more information on the 2019 winners.
Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust won for their initiative Implementation of a just and learning culture. The award winning campaign saw trust and staff side colleagues working in partnership to improve the disciplinary process and create an open and honest culture where learning is shared. For more information on the 2018 winners see the HPMA Partnership Awards 2018 web page.
Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust worked in partnership to develop A new attendance policy, a new approach to people management, a person-centred approach to managing sickness procedures. Listen to this podcast where the four finalists from 2017 talk about their winning projects and the challenges faced. See the HPMA Partnership Awards 2017 web page for more information on the 2017 winners.
Somerset Partnership NHS Foundation Trust for their exemplar See something, say something campaign.
Guys and St. Thomas NHS Foundation Trust for their exemplar management development programme Passport to management. You can also listen to a podcast where the three finalists from this years awards, talk about their winning projects and the challenges they faced.
Read the Bradford District Care Trust Learning disabilities transition programme case study which won the partnership award in 2012.