In partnership with the University of Brunel, six of our eight categories will use a bespoke metric to create a ‘long list’ of eight individuals per category. This will allow a broad scope of potential nominees to be considered across England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. An expert panel will then analyse the list to narrow down a short list of 4 individuals per category and identify a winner.
The remaining two categories, Lifetime Achievement and New Talent, are nomination based.
The metric, which has been designed and run by Brunel University, includes data from the National Data, Information Service Division Scotland, Health Open Data, Northern Ireland, Health in Wales, and NHS Digital, as well as NHS Outcomes Framework Indicators, Hospital Episode Statistics and other sources, to determine a quantitative measure of outcome.
We’re inviting you to nominate individuals to be recognised at Healthcare Honours 2023.

The remaining two categories, New Talent and Lifetime Achievement, will be based on nominations.

New Talent 

Candidates for the New Talent category will be nominated by senior managers, then asked to fill in a short form describing their experiences and achievements. The shortlist and winner will then be determined by a panel of expert judges.

To be eligible for this category, candidates must have been in their field for fewer than 5 years and will have shown excellent potential and growth as a manager and leader in healthcare.

Lifetime Achievement

The winner of the Lifetime Achievement category will be an individual who has consistently demonstrated excellence throughout their career in healthcare management. This category will also be nominations-based and judged by an expert panel. 

To nominate an individual for either of these categories, please complete the form on the right hand side