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Two nominations at the HSJ Digital Awards


We’re delighted to have been shortlisted for ‘Improving Mental Health Through Digital’ and ‘Digital Team of the Year’

We are delighted to announce that we have been shortlisted for not one but two awards at the 2024 HSJ Digital Awards.

Our work developing myHealthE has been recognised in the Improving Mental Health through Digital category, while the whole CAMHS Digital Lab team has been shortlisted for the Digital Team of the Year award.

Our work was recognised alongside 165 of the 343 entries for this year’s Digital Awards. You can read about all the other fantastic shortlisted teams and projects here. We’ll get to meet them all – and found out whether we’ve won – at the awards ceremony on 6 June at Manchester Central.

The HSJ Digital Awards focuses on the transformative power of technology across the NHS. Run by the Health Services Journal, the HSJ Digital Awards give NHS teams some well-deserved thanks and recognition for their successes and ensures the most effective digital innovations can be celebrated, scaled and spread. The 2024 awards judging panel was made up of a variety of influential figures from the healthcare community, including Olubukola (Buki) Adeyemo, Chief Executive, North Staffordshire Combined Healthcare NHS Trust; Hatim Abdulhussein, National Clinical Lead, AI and Digital Workforce (WT&E), NHS England; Dame Margaret Whitehead, Chair, Independent Review Equity in Medical Devices; and Luke Readman, Regional Director of Digital Transformation, NHS England (London).

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