June 16, 2015 in Annual Report Competition by admin
Last year’s entries to the ADPH Annual Report Competition represented a great year with more innovation and great use of websites, clear recommendations and updates and lost of added value. They definitely had the ‘wow’ factor!
The results from the competition were:
3rd – Blackburn with Darwen, for great use of videos
2nd – Oldham, for fabulous design
1st – Gateshead, for hard-hitting advocacy on a crucial issue.
Runners-up were Brighton and Hove and Hull.
June 18, 2014 in Annual Report Competition by admin
As always, competition was fierce, with many really innovative and interesting reports. We were looking for reports with real added value, that were accessible to a wider audience and utilised a range of materials and visuals – and we got them! The results are:
3rd -– Sandwell – for a comprehensive report with easily compared and digested ward profiles
2nd – Leeds – for excellent varied data presentation
1st – Brighton and Hove – for a highly readable and accessible report with varied input on the tricky topic of Happiness
Runners up were: East Riding of Yorkshire and North Yorkshire
June 1, 2013 in Annual Report Competition by admin
This year once again we were looking for reports that showed more than the ‘ordinary’ and we were not disappointed. The judging was particularly difficult showing a real improvement in substance and style. The results are:
1st prize: Sandwell – for bringing us back to Local Authority public health;
2nd prize: East Riding of Yorkshire – for an attractive and readable report with free walks and recipes;
3rd prize: Western Cheshire – for a great community based report with separate data report;
runners up were Manchester, and Devon.
May 1, 2011 in Annual Report Competition by admin
This year we were looking for reports that showed more than the ‘ordinary’ and we were not disappointed. The judging was particularly difficult showing a real improvement over the years. The results are:
1st prize: Cumbria – for highlighting Health Protection as everybody’s business and presenting it in a highly acessible format (hard copy is A5);
2nd prize: Sheffield – for a comprehensive accessible web-based report (there is a hard copy summary version);
3rd prize: Brighton and Hove – for a comprehensive and interesting analysis based on a historical perspective;
runners up were Sandwell, and Bristol (hard copy folds down to credit card size) and Northern Ireland.
June 1, 2010 in Annual Report Competition by admin
This year we were looking for added value over and above needs assessment. Nearly all entries had recommendations and progress reports on previous years. Presentations were made at the ADPH Annual Conference. The results are:
1st prize: Sandwell – for bringing us back to the DPH advocacy role
2nd prize: Suffolk – for a comprehensive but easy to read report on mental health
3rd prize: Sefton – for an excellent combination of words and data
runners up were Sheffield, and Heart of Birmingham.
June 1, 2009 in Annual Report Competition by admin
This year we were looking for leadership – more than just a needs assessment – so good clear recommendations were important. The results are:
1st prize: NHS Sheffield – see the full report on their website
2nd prize: Camden PCT – read Closing Time
3rd prize: Portsmouth City tPCT – read the full report and the newspaper sent to every household
runners up were Derbyshire County, Jersey and North Yorkshire and York.
June 1, 2008 in Annual Report Competition by admin
The best entries this year were of a very high standard with a real attempt at producing a report fit for both the professional to use and the public to read. The results are:
1st prize: Wakefield District PCT – read the topic sheets and the health profile
2nd prize: Sheffield PCT – see the interactive version and the Hard Copy
3rd prize: States of Jersey – read the report on their web-site
Runners up were Gloucestershire PCT and Portsmouth teaching PCT
June 1, 2007 in Annual Report Competition by admin
This year the Panel expected joint work with Local Authorities and links with Local Area Agreements. A continuing emphasis on improving Health Inequalities also scored highly, particularly if backed up by evidence from Health Equity Audit. As usual the reports had to be innovative, readable and relevant to both professionals and the public.
1st prize: Sheffield PCT – read their web-based report
2nd prize: Portsmouth City teaching PCT – read the report on their website
and the more widely available newspaper on their website
3rd prize: Hull PCT – read the report on their website
Runners up were Suffolk PCT and Leeds PCT
June 1, 2006 in Annual Report Competition by admin
Derbyshire Dales & South Derbyshire PCT scooped the top honours in this year’s competition for the best Public Health Annual Report for 2005. The top three places were announced at the ADPH conference in April. (Please note that as these are large files they may take some time to download.)
- 1st Prize: Derbyshire Dales & South Derbyshire PCT and annual report calendar
- 2nd Prize: Eastern Wakefield PCT and public health profile
- 3rd Prize: Milton Keynes PCT
Runners up were Eastern Leicester and Leicester City West PCT and West Hull and Eastern Hull PCT.
Judges were asked to assess the reports using the standards set down by the Faculty of Public Health with particular attention to joint working with Local Authorities and links with LSPs and Local Area Agreements. A continuing emphasis on improving health inequalities also scored highly, particularly if backed up by evidence from a health equity audit. Reports had to be innovative, readable, and relevant to both professionals and public.
June 1, 2005 in Annual Report Competition by admin
The winners of the 2005 competition for the best Public Health Annual Reports for 2004/5 were announced at the Annual Faculty of Public Health conference in June.
1st Prize: Halton PCT (read the foreword to the report)
2nd Prize: Chanrwood and North West Leicestershire PCT
3rd Prize: Milton Keynes PCT (read the report on their website)
The runners up were North Sheffield PCT and South Tyneside PCT.