The team at University Hospital of Wales improved detection of heart defects in unborn babies, and made Wales the UK national leader in such screening techniques.
A team at Cornwall Partnership Foundation Trust developed a seizure safety checklist and mobile app. Sudden deaths have halved and the checklist is now part of mainstream clinical practice in the UK.
A team at University College London Hospitals were highly commended for their ‘Find and Treat’ tuberculosis service for homeless people.
Guy’s and St Thomas’ Foundation Trust have set up a service to provide psychological support for patients with severe psoriasis and eczema.
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