Finalists

The Quality in Care Oncology programme 2016 recognises, rewards and shares good practice in oncology prevention, diagnosis & testing, treatment pathways and patient care throughout the UK. Finalists are below.

Winners have ben announced at an awards ceremony held 25th February 2016 at Shepherd Hall, St Thomas’ Hospital. Contact Debbie Tuesley for more information.

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TitleOrganisation
MDT-FIT (Multidisciplinary Team Feedback for Improving Teamworking); A toolkit to improve patient care across the whole cancer pathwayBarts Health NHS Trust, Kings College London and Green Cross Medical Ltd
Eye Club: A patient led teaching intervention Barts Health NHS Trust 
Implementation of Stereotactic Ablative Radiotherapy (SABR) for lung cancer at the Northern Ireland Cancer CentreBelfast City Hospital
Younger women with secondaries togetherBreast Cancer Care
Setting the Standard: Standardised Packaging of Tobacco ProductsCancer Research UK
Prostate Cancer Survivorship PathwayGuy's & St Thomas' Hospital
Smear tests for everyone: targeted health information resources for women with learning disabilitiesJo's Cervical Cancer Trust
Electronic Holistic Needs Assessment, Care and Support Planning Macmillan Cancer Support
ERAS+ - enhanced recovery for major cancer surgeryManchester Royal Infirmary
Routes to DiagnosisNational Cancer Intelligence Network, Public Health England
Macmillan nurse team within NHS Western Isles provide a truly unique service to people affected by cancerNHS Western Isles
Macmillan therapy team - providing rehabilitation for those living with and beyond cancerNorth Lincolnshire and Goole NHS Trust
Development of a comprehensive radiotherapy late effects programme delivered by information and support radiographersNottingham University Hospital NHS Trust
ONCOassist – CE approved clinical decision support appONCOassist/Portable Medical Technology Ltd
Demystifying chemotherapy – planning aheadQueen Alexandra Hospital
Rays of Sunshine Children's Charity granting wishes and hospital ward wishes for seriously ill children across the UKRays of Sunshine Children's Charity
"Do it for You"Sheffield Children's NHS Foundation Trust
Improving complex colorectal cancer care through multidisciplinary team collaborationSt Mark's Hospital, London North West Healthcare NHS Trust
The Christie Enhanced Supportive Care Initiative; "Supportive care makes excellent cancer care possible" The Christie NHS Foundation Trust
Transferring hospital based prostate cancer care into community based nurse-led clinicsThe Christie NHS Foundation Trust
Delivering Systemic Anti-Cancer Therapies closer to home to improve patient experienceThe Christie NHS Foundation Trust
Complementary Health & Wellbeing ServicesThe Christie NHS Foundation Trust
Ellie's Friends (www.elliesfriends.org)The Eleanor Rose Foundation 
National thyroid cancer nurse specialists: A solution to postcode healthcare?Velindre Cancer Centre, Cardiff and Macmillan Cancer Support
Improving cancer patient experience – implementing the recovery package Whittington Health
         
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QiC Oncology 2016 partner:
Bristol-Myers Squibb
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