- Excellence in Oncology
- QiC Connect
- Therapy Areas
Each entry will be reviewed by a multi-disciplinary panel of eminent diabetes professionals, and representatives from diabetes patient groups, and industry.
There are 15 different categories specifically aimed at professionals from diverse fields within diabetes (clinical practice, research, journalism and the not-for-profit/charitable sector).
The initiatives must be well thought-out, have a demonstrable impact on clinical practice, showing how innovation and contribute to the optimisation of service delivery, ultimately benefiting people with diabetes.
Judges will favour projects that demonstrate results having quality and/or efficiency benefits which could be replicated elsewhere, thereby having a greater impact than their initial focus.
Embrace this opportunity to be recognised and rewarded for your best practice initiatives and hard work and have the opportunity to share your work with eminent diabetes professionals, and representatives from diabetes patient groups, and industry.
Once the entry deadline of Friday May 10, 2013 has passed, entries will be reviewed by a panel of judges made up of nurses, commissioners, clinicians, third-sector representatives and leading industry professionals.
Shortlisted entries will be announced after the judging day in July and finalists will be invited to attend the Awards ceremony on Thursday October 10, 2013 at Sanofi's headquarters in Guildford where the winners will be announced.
We are delighted to welcome back Simon O'Neill, Director of Health Intelligence and Professional Liaison, Diabetes UK, as one of our Chair of judges. Further Chairs to be announced.
New judges for 2013 include Laura Cleverley from the Diabetes UK Young Leaders Action group, Debbie Hicks, Co-Chair TREND-UK and Dr Colin Kenny, Primary Care Diabetes Society.
If you are interested in joining the panel, please contact Siobhan Thwaites at email@example.com or phone +44 (0)1372 414200.
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