The Brilliant You Awards LogoWe are excited to announce the launch of our 2024 staff awards: The MPFT Brilliant You Awards!

Our annual awards are an important event that recognise the hard work, dedication, and achievements of people across our organisation and are open for all colleagues and members of the public to make nominations.

Two of the award categories are open for members of the public to submit nominations. All other categories are open to MPFT staff only and relevant information, including nomination forms, can be found on the intranet.

The Awards evening will take place on Thursday 3 October at the King's Hall in Stoke-on-Trent.

Judging will take place over the summer and if you are successfully shortlisted you will be invited to the event in late August.

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Nominations for all awards are now closed.

Lived Experience Representative of the Year Award

This award recognises the outstanding contribution of an individual service user or carer in improving MPFT services and helping us to achieve our mission of making life better for our communities. This award celebrates an individual's powerful contributions drawn from their own lived experiences and the positive impact of these insights within service design or development, evaluation or research activities.

Nominations for all awards are now closed.

Community Group Co-production Partners of the Year Award

This award recognises the outstanding contribution of a community group or organisation external to MPFT who works in partnership with MPFT in supporting us to deliver on our ambition of 'better health, better care in partnership'. In their partnership with the Trust, this group or organisation have worked in co-production with MPFT to enrich our understanding, amplify the perspectives and needs of their members and therefore supported our efforts to continuously improve the care and support available to the communities MPFT serves. This award recognises a groups / organisation's commitment to working across organisational boundaries to improve outcomes or innovation in terms of service design or development, evaluation, research, feedback, or service delivery.

Nominations for all awards are now closed.