2015 Bevan Prize shortlist announced

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NewsJune 22nd, 2015

The Bevan Foundation is delighted to announce the shortlist for the 2015 Bevan Prize for Health and Wellbeing

The shortlisted entries were drawn from almost 100 entries from across the UK, and included a carers’ handbook created by a health board and trade union, an organisation providing health and wellbeing programmes for vulnerable young people, and a charity Chief Executive working with disabled and socially isolated people.

The 2015 Bevan Prize was judged by David Brindle, Public Services Editor at The Guardian; Baroness Ilora Finlay of Llandaff, President of the BMA; and Jaselle Williams, Bevan Foundation Trustee.

Jaselle Williams, said: “We received an unprecedented number of entries – more than double we’ve had in previous years – and the standard has been very impressive.

“The shortlisted entries stood out as they are doing pioneering work in their respective fields, while championing the Bevan Prize’s values.”

The winners of this year’s Bevan Prize and the recipient of the Lifetime Achievement award will be announced on Tuesday 7th July 2015 at a reception in Westminster. In anticipation of this event, we shall be profiling all the shortlisted entries on our website next week (29 June – 3 July).

The shortlisted entries for the organisation category are:

  • Cwm Taf UHB & Unite
  • Homerton University Hospital TB Team
  • In It Together -Transgender Awareness Project Team (Public Health Wales)
  • Media Academy Cardiff
  • Wellbeing Through Work (Abertawe Bro Morgannwg UHB)

The shortlisted entries for the individual category are:

  • Elizabeth Blewett
  • Steve Cottrell
  • Dr Paul Edmondson-Jones
  • Michelle Farley
  • Veronica Snow

For more information about the 2015 Bevan Prize for Health and Wellbeing, please click here.

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