The Quality in Care (QiC) Programmes recognise, reward and share good practice and collaboration between the NHS, patient groups and the industry in specific therapy areas. Current QiC Programmes highlight work in Diabetes, Oncology, Hepatitis C and Anticoagulation.

  • "I am delighted to support Quality in Care Diabetes... [it] offers a great opportunity for teams to be recognised and rewarded for good practice and to share benefits and adaptability of initiatives to a wider healthcare audience throughout the UK."

    – Jonathan Valabhji, National Clinical Director for Obesity and Diabetes, NHS England

  • "I was very moved by the peer recognition that this award represents, so it means a great deal to me."

    Professor Michael D Peake Honorary Consultant and Professor of Respiratory Medicine, University of Leicester and Clinical Lead, National Cancer Intelligence Network, (NCIN)

  • "The QiC awards provided a place to share and shape clinical practice with the aim of improving outcomes and patient experience."

    – Paul Trevatt, North East London Cancer Network

QiC Connect is the place to find tried and tested practical ideas and advice on improving patient care in the UK. The case studies and resources detail work implemented by health providers and recognised by the Quality in Care programme.

The Diabetes Times

Helping children and families increase confidence in managing blood glucose

The intervention to improve overall metabolic control and reduce the daily burden of living with Type 1 diabetes was developed in collaboration with children, young... continue reading