NHS teams from Chester, Durham, Wrexham, Lothian, North West London, and, Sandwell and West Birmingham were among those recognised at the ninth annual Quality in Care (QiC) Diabetes Awards.
Take a look at this year’s results and share with your colleagues.
The 2019 QiC Diabetes Awards also saw Sarah Lockwood-Lee named as Outstanding Educator in Diabetes and Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospital for Wales, Cardiff & Vale University Health Board pick up the Diabetes Collaboration Initiative of the Year – Children, Young People and Emerging Adults category.
This year QiC Diabetes is proud to work with NHS Wales and NHS England who gave their support to the first NHS Wales Outstanding Contribution for Services in Diabetes which went to Dr Sam Rice, and the third NHS England Outstanding Contribution Award for Services in Diabetes, which went to Dr Lalantha Leelarathna.
Held on Thursday 17 October at Sanofi UK headquarters, QiC Diabetes recognises initiatives that improve the quality of life for people living with diabetes, as judged by the NHS, patients and industry.
For a full list of the 2019 QiC Diabetes Awards results visit http://www.qualityincare.org/diabetes/awards/results/qic_diabetes_2019_results.