Sintons supports the 2022 Bright Ideas in Health Awards
The Bright Ideas in Health Awards were established to recognise the innovation being seen across the North of England, an area which has seen huge achievement in the field of healthcare globally over the years.
The awards, now in their 18th year, highlight the efforts of organisations and individuals in creating pioneering solutions to challenges in healthcare, through work in improving service delivery or in making technical breakthroughs.
A longstanding supporter of the Bright Ideas in Health Awards, Sintons has again pledged its support, in an awards which will reflect on the past year and the huge innovation seen as healthcare continued to adapt to the challenges presented by COVID-19.
The Newcastle-based law firm is a nationally-renowned specialist advisor to the NHS and other healthcare organisations, and acts for NHS Trusts across the country.
The Bright Ideas in Health Awards 2022 will be open for entry in September, with the winners being named in a ceremony in March 2023.
“The North of England has a proud reputation for the quality of its healthcare provision and the amazing professionals we are so luck to have here, who help to lead the growing levels of innovation we see,” says Amanda McCabe, healthcare partner at Sintons.
“The NHS, academia and industry all play their roles in making this positive change happen for the benefit of patients in the North, the UK and the wider world, and their outstanding efforts and pioneering work are very worthy of recognition.
“Even with the challenges of COVID-19 and the huge pressure on the NHS during that time, the ability to innovate and adapt came to the fore, with new innovations seen during that hugely difficult period now helping to pave the way to a bright future for healthcare.
“We are delighted to again lend our support to the Bright Ideas in Health Awards, an event we are proud to have sponsored for several years now, and which shine a well-deserved light on the amazing work being done by individuals and organisations throughout the region.”