Humankind’s Reconnected to Health Team has recently won the Best Use of Workplace Technology award at the Nursing Times Awards.
The Nursing Times Workforce Awards is an event that recognises and rewards the outstanding work that is being done by staff and employers to support the nursing and midwifery workforce.
Co-located with the Nursing Times Workforce Summit, the event inspires and rewards organisations for excellence in supporting the future of the health and care workforce.
Humankind and partner Spectrum were shortlisted with His Majesty’s Prison and Probation Service (HMPPS) and Lifeworks for the Best Use of Workplace Technology category.
Their partnership was recognised for working to roll out Breaking Free Online, a confidential treatment and recovery programme developed to support people through their recovery from drugs or alcohol.
Robyn Taylor, a service manager at HMP Durham, attended the Nursing Times Awards on 21 November and received the award on behalf of the team.
Jas Holburn, area manager for North East Prisons at Humankind, said, ‘We are very proud to be part of this partnership, and this award reflects the power of collaboration between HMPPS, Spectrum, Breaking Free Online and Humankind to offer innovative digital solutions to people in our care in North East prisons.’
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