- Excellence in Oncology
- QiC Connect
- Therapy Areas
Quality in Care not only identifies and recognises quality patient care and joint working in the UK, but allows the ideas behind these schemes to be disseminated and discussed on a national level.
Each QiC Programme will follow the same path, ensuring the simplest, most effective way for healthcare organisations, patient groups and industry representatives to get involved.
Organisations behind patient care schemes across the four nations of the UK will be able to enter from a selection of 15 categories for QiC Diabetes and 9 categories for QiC Oncology. QiC is determined to keep the entry process simple and easy, covering a broad criteria of care services, making the awards as open and accessible as possible.
Entries will be reviewed by a panel of experts from the particular therapy area. A shortlist of nominees for each category will be collated before the Awards ceremony, with the winners announced on the night.
The awards will celebrate all the nominated patient care schemes in each category. In all categories, the top three entries will receive trophies.
Following the awards, QiC will provide a platform to discuss the award winning schemes, determining the best way to learn from good practice and to build replicatable case studies.
The final stage of the QiC process will allow ideas and initiatives learned in the showcase stage to be disseminated and implemented on a wider scale through multi-channel representation, bringing good practice to more patient care organisations.
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