Diabetes Collaboration Initiative of the Year - Closed for entry

Do you work in a collaborative partnership that has improved or changed the treatment of diabetes?

Entries will be judged in two groups, please tick relevant box on entry form:

  • Initiatives for children, young people and emerging adults and/or families and carers
  • Initiatives for adults and/or families and carers

Entries should demonstrate clear goals that are specific and measurable with evidence of innovation, methods, effectiveness, timeliness, safety, savings, sustainability and replication (see entry guidelines and criteria for scoring process).

Healthcare providers, patient associations, charities, non-governmental agencies and pharmaceutical companies share a common agenda to improve outcomes for people with diabetes, through high quality, cost effective treatment and management.

This award will recognise outstanding collaborative projects, ie initiatives created and implemented by multi-organisational partnership, for example, work carried out by teams comprising NHS, charities social care etc. that significantly contribute to self-management, avoidance of complications and treatment of diabetes.

Entries must demonstrate joint development and implementation of diabetes service user-centred initiatives that show a shared commitment to successful delivery. Projects can be a local or national level.

Examples may include:

  • Long-term care planning for people with multiple and complex illnesses
  • Collaboration between primary and specialist care to identify diabetes issues early and avoid long-term complications
  • Clinical trial initiatives
  • Hospital initiatives.

Judging criteria and scoring grid

Judging criteria

Criteria

Maximum score attainable

Comments

A

Summary

10

 

B

Innovation

30

 

C

Method

10

 

D

RESULTS

 

Total of 30 points divided between 5 quality improvement areas

 

1. Effectiveness

10

To include efficiency improvements

 

2. Timeliness

5

 
 

3. User feedback

5

 
 

4. Safety

5

 
 

5. Financial savings

5

 

E

Sustainability and spread

20

How do you plan to sustain your project?

Is your project reproducible elsewhere


  • KEY DATES
  • Closed for entry
  • Nomination deadline:
    Friday 28 July
  • Judging day: Tuesday 18 July
  • Finalists notification: Tuesday 1 August – Friday 4 August
  • Awards presentation:
    Thursday 12 October at Sanofi UK & Ireland headquarters in Guildford, Surrey
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