Pictured above at the presentation are Trust Chair David Walker, Inpatient Ward Manager Jamie-Lou Franklin, Lead Governor Anna Gardner and Chief Executive Grant Macdonald.
Allen Ward at Warneford Hospital and is an acute adult inpatient ward for women.
Oxford Health welcomes students and trainees across the Trust, like many wards Allen welcomes students each year. Students fed back to their Lecturers and trainers about the great experience they had on Allen Ward – the team are friendly, always happy to answer questions and work with students to help them understand the role in practice. The team are great role models for the next generation of NHS professionals.
Allen Ward provides exemplary care and great role models for future nurses, with consistent feedback from students on placement regarding the care observed as safe, compassionate and evidence based.
The team was nominated by Oxford Brookes University Placement Lead and Senior Lecturer Carol Gee. Carol nominated the team for making a huge difference to the students, helping to bridge the gap between theory and practice.
“We had consistent feedback from over 20 students on placement with the team in the past year. The talked about the level of support, guidance and both practical and psychological safety for them to take positive risks with their learning. They said team members were great role models for students to emulate. They also praised the team for therapeutic interventions beyond medication and supportive nursing observations which were focused, constructive and meaningful. And they said the team were always open to helping learners and providing a positive experience.”
Inpatient Ward Manager Jamie-Lou Franklin said: “It’s great to win the Exceptional People Team Award for December. To know we are inspiring our future NHS professionals is a wonderful feeling and we hope to continue to empower and encourage the students on placement.”
Chief Executive Grant Macdonald added: “It’s fantastic to recognise Allen Ward Nursing Team for their continuing commitment to those on their ward, whether it be patients, loved ones or colleagues. They are deserving winners, inspiring placement nurse students and receiving overwhelmingly positive feedback for their team culture and the excellent training experience they offer.”
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Published: 16 January 2024