Supporters

There are several ways to support the QiC Programme, and supporters have the opportunity to help develop the programme alongside NHS, charities and patient group experts.

To learn more about supporting QiC Diabetes, contact Siobhan Thwaites: E: sthwaites@qualityincare.org T: 01372 414200

Dr Partha Kar - Associate National Clinical Director of Diabetes, NHS England

Bob Swindell, Trustee, Diabetes UK

Organisations that have helped shape QiC Diabetes include:


Association of British Clinical Diabetologists

ABCD

"ABCD is pleased to be associated with QiC Diabetes, which gives diabetes teams the opportunity to showcase their innovations and to be recognised for their efforts to improve the quality of care for people with diabetes."

Dr Dinesh Nagi, Diabetes Consultant & Chair, ABCD


ACDC

"The Association of Children’s Diabetes Clinicians (ACDC) are delighted to support the National Quality in Care Diabetes awards programme that celebrate innovation and excellence in improving the quality of diabetes care. ACDC remains committed to improving the care of diabetes in children and young people and aim to share good practice, promote education and develop national guidelines."

Dr May Ng, Consultant Paediatric Endocrinologist and Chair of ACDC


Diabetes Research and Wellness Foundation

Diabetes Research & Wellness Foundation

"QiC Diabetes provides a collaborative environment for all interested sectors in which to share information and innovation in care delivery. We are delighted to support the QiC Diabetes programme and share in this recognition of achievement of inspiring and dedicated people."

Sarah Tutton, Chief Executive, Diabetes Research & Wellness Foundation


Diabetes UK

Diabetes UK

"Diabetes UK is once again delighted to collaborate on these important awards. They highlight and promote the exciting and innovative approaches that are being implemented around the UK to improve the care of people with diabetes."

Simon O'Neill, Diabetes UK Director of Health Intelligence and Professional Liaison


DISN

DISN

"We are delighted to be supporting the QiC Diabetes Awards programme as it brings together many organisations and industry who feel passionately about diabetes care, it reflects our underpinning philosophy of sharing ideas and best practice and it provides a hugely positive boost for all involved and ultimately our patients."

Esther Walden, DISN UK Group


JDRF

JDRF is the leading global charity dedicated to improving the lives of those with or affected by type 1 diabetes. Our ultimate focus is to end type 1 diabetes.

To work towards a day when there is no more type 1 we:

  • fund world-class research approved and administered by our international research programme to cure, treat and prevent type 1 diabetes
  • make sure research moves forward and treatments are delivered as fast as possible
  • give support and a voice to people with type 1 and their families

Dan Farrow, Senior Manager – Community Engagement and Volunteering


Children and Young People's National Diabetes Network

National Children & Young People's Diabetes Network

"The National Children and Young People’s Diabetes Network is delighted to support the Quality in Care Diabetes Awards as they are an excellent way of encouraging and incentivising clinical teams to test out innovative practice locally and then share their success with other like-minded teams across the country."

Fiona Campbell, Consultant Paediatric Diabetologist, Chair of the National CYP Diabetes Network


Primary Care Diabetes Society

Primary Care Diabetes Society

"Achieving quality care in the management of people with diabetes within the community setting is the principle aim of PCDS . We are absolutely delighted to support the QiC programme for Diabetes which highlights examples of good care and how collaboration between organisations and groups can work and be rewarded."

David Millar-Jones, Chair, Primary Care Diabetes Society


Trend UK

TREND-UK

"We are proud to support the QiC awards as they encourage the sharing of novel and innovative work in diabetes care to a wide audience."

Debbie Hicks, Nurse Consultant, Diabetes


United Kingdom Clinical Pharmacy Association

UKCPA

"The UKCPA is delighted to support these awards which have grown in recognition and respect over the last few years. It is important that the role of pharmacists in the management of diabetes is recognised as a crucial one and one which can have huge impacts on patient care.”  

Sarah Carter, General Secretary, UKCPA


Young Diabetologists and Endocrinologists

Young Diabetologists and Endocrinologists

"We are delighted to be associated with the QiC Diabetes programme that recognises the innovation and aspiration for excellence in providing care for people with diabetes."

Dr. Myuri Moorthy, Chair Young Diabetologists and Endocrinologists' Forum


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