North West Awards 2022

We look forward to welcoming you to our upcoming Virtual Awards and Chair's Lecture on 24th November 2022; an event that marks the highest level of achievement in psychiatry within the North West region.

The event highlights those who have put in truly amazing work to support mental health care this past year.

Nominations for awards will commence in September 2022, with nomination forms for each category below.

  • Medical Student of the Year
  • Foundation Doctor of the Year
  • Core Trainee of the Year
  • Higher Trainee of the Year
  • SAS Doctor of the Year
  • Consultant of the Year
  • Psychiatric Trainer of the Year
  • Service User of the Year
  • Carer Contributor of the Year

Nominations for the 2022 North West Awards have now closed.

Winners will be announced at our Virtual Awards Ceremony on 24 November 2022.

Book your place for the 2022 North West Awards.

For more information, please follow the 2022 rules for nominations.

North West Awards 2021

On Thursday 25 November 2021 the North West Division enjoyed an evening of celebration with more than 70 Division members logging on to our Virtual Awards Ceremony 2021.

It was the fourth year we have run the awards, and again we heard some incredible stories of people who have put in truly amazing work to support mental health care.

Hosted by Division Chair Dr Declan Hyland, and with special lecture from The Dean,  Subodh Dave, attendees included students, trainees, patients and consultants.

The winners of the NW Division Awards 2021 are detailed below:

  • Service User of the Year – Avril Clarke
  • Carer Contributor of the Year – Jude Gidney
  • Medical Student of the Year – Nadeem Gire
  • Foundation Doctor of the Year – Dr Ben Cross
  • Core Trainee of the Year – Dr Oli Sparasci
  • Higher Trainee of the Year – Dr Will Davis
  • SAS Doctor of the Year – Dr Sally Gilmour
  • Consultant of the Year – Dr Kishen Neelam
  • Psychiatric Trainer of the Year – Dr Indira Vinjamuri
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