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 and oncology.
"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
"QiC Diabetes is such an opportunity to network and to hear about all of the innovative things that are going on across the country that we don’t get to hear about."– Heather Daly, Leicester Diabetes Centre, winner of Outstanding Educator of the Year at QiC Diabetes 2012.
"The NHS and its partners should be proud that each day sees delivery of the very best in diabetes care. QiC provides the opportunity to recognise, share and celebrate this excellence, and I'm proud that Sanofi Diabetes is once again supporting the awards."– Dr Andrew Hockey, Diabetes Medical Director, Sanofi
"QiC Excellence in Oncology provides an effective means of celebrating, and learning from, new ways of working which will help to drive up the quality of care."– Dr Sean Duffy, National Clinical Director for Cancer, NHS England
"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, winner of Helping people live longer at QiC Excellence in Oncology 2012
"I am so proud of the Robert Ogden Macmillan Centre Team as a whole, staff and volunteers and it is great to get national recognition for our efforts to enhance the quality of life of cancer patients."– Sadie Smith, The Robert Ogden Macmillan Centre, St James’s University Hospital, winner of Improving the quality of life for people living with cancer at QiC Excellence in Oncology 2012
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