Timeline:

5th March 2019
' Nominations open '
26th April 2019
' Nominations close '
24th June 2019
' Shortlist announced '
10th July 2019
' Awards ceremony '

Pamela Campbell, Solent NHS Trust

South East

Pamela qualified as a Registered Nurse in 1979 and has been working tirelessly since then. As a founding member of the Homeless Healthcare Team, set up in July 1992, she’s co-ordinated this interagency initiative. Becoming a Nurse Practitioner (2001) and then Nurse Prescriber (2002), Pamela achieved the role of Nurse Consultant in 2007.

Pamela has been instrumental in the development of the Homeless Healthcare Team and is recognised as a national leader in the field of homelessness. Her long career has included notably the Alcohol Day Detoxification Project, which won a Public Health Nursing Award in 2014, and the Breathing Space Project, enabling safe and supported discharge of homeless patients. Both projects required close working with the voluntary sector.  

Most recently Pamela has been involved in the initial stages of healthcare to Syrian refugees who have been offered asylum in the UK and a peer advocacy project to help homeless people to engage better with health services.

Nominated by: Royston Smith MP
“Through Pamela’s work with the most vulnerable in society, she has helped countless numbers of people return to a stable healthy life.  Southampton is truly grateful to this health champion and guardian.”

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South East

Pamela qualified as a Registered Nurse in 1979 and has been working tirelessly since then. As a founding member of the Homeless Healthcare Team, set up in July 1992, she’s co-ordinated this interagency initiative. Becoming a Nurse Practitioner (2001) and then Nurse Prescriber (2002), Pamela achieved the role of Nurse Consultant in 2007.

Pamela has been instrumental in the development of the Homeless Healthcare Team and is recognised as a national leader in the field of homelessness. Her long career has included notably the Alcohol Day Detoxification Project, which won a Public Health Nursing Award in 2014, and the Breathing Space Project, enabling safe and supported discharge of homeless patients. Both projects required close working with the voluntary sector.  

Most recently Pamela has been involved in the initial stages of healthcare to Syrian refugees who have been offered asylum in the UK and a peer advocacy project to help homeless people to engage better with health services.

Nominated by: Royston Smith MP
“Through Pamela’s work with the most vulnerable in society, she has helped countless numbers of people return to a stable healthy life.  Southampton is truly grateful to this health champion and guardia

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Winner of The Lifetime Achievement Award 2019