The Good Hydration! project has won a number of awards:
Also shortlisted in the Care of Older People and Patient Safety in the Community categories.
The judges said: “The panel were unanimous in their decision that this apparently simple project has such a positive impact on patient outcome and is an impressive example of how a simple idea could have a huge impact beyond what the team hoped to initially achieve.”
Good Hydration! was the overall winner from 76 entries. See the Good Hydration NICE Shared Learning poster here.
Three prizes: Patient Safety, Best Interface and the overall gold award for best innovation.