Hospital Media and Communications Team wins two Gold awards
The Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital’s Media and Communications Team has won two awards from the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR).
The hospital team won Gold Awards for the Healthcare Campaign of the Year and the Community Relations Campaign of the Year. The Healthcare Campaign focused on the Proud to be an NNUH Flu Fighter campaign which contributed to the Trust’s best ever flu vaccination performance. The Community Relations Campaign of the Year focused on the Dementia Information and Advice Fayre, which was held during Dementia Awareness Week 2017, and was an opportunity for those living with dementia and their families and carers to see what support is on offer from organisations throughout Norfolk.
The CIPR Awards for the Anglia, Thames and Chiltern Region were announced at an event in Cambridge on the 28th September 2017.
Fiona Devine, Director of Communications at NNUH, said: “The team is delighted to have won two Gold awards. Both campaigns for flu and the dementia information fayre provided great communications support to the hospital and we are very pleased to have been recognised by the CIPR.”
Mark Davies, Chief Executive of NNUH said: “The team do a fantastic job, which winning these awards recognises. I would like to thank them for all their work in the Trust on staff and public communications. Good communications is very important and vital to the Trust.”
The NNUH Communications team is comprised of Fiona Devine, Janice Bradfield, Sophie Black, Lizzie Gayton, Lynn Crombie and Clare Simpson.