- Excellence in Oncology
- QiC Connect
- Therapy Areas
Cancer affects 1 in 3 people in the UK and there are more than 200 types of cancer, each with different causes, symptoms and treatments.
The Quality in Care (QiC) Excellence in Oncology Programme recognises, rewards and shares good practice in oncology management, education and patient care.
Based upon the successful Pfizer Excellence in Oncology Awards, and now in the second year, Quality in Care (QiC) Excellence in Oncology is supported by partners in industry, NHS and charities. This diverse partnership will help to increase the outreach of the programme, share good practice with a wider audience and increase joint working.
The goal of QiC Excellence in Oncology is to support healthcare systems, such as the NHS, in a practical way to improve standards of care, by recognising, rewarding and sharing existing initiatives which are directly or indirectly improving care, and by disseminating these more widely across healthcare systems to create positive change at a local and national level.
Visit QiC Connect for your guide to the 2012 winning initiatives which are improving the quality of care for people with cancer and recognising those who provide good health outcomes for patients.
The Awards are open to individuals or teams involved in the support, care and treatment of oncology patients. They represent an opportunity to gain the recognition that you, your colleagues and your team deserve.
Shortlisted entrants will be invited to attend the Quality in Care Excellence in Oncology Awards ceremony and dinner. The date and venue will be announced.
To find out more about Quality in Care Excellence in Oncology and how to book tickets for the ceremony, contact Emma Clear on +44 (0)1372 414200 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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