Supporters

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

QiC partners will benefit from exclusive networking opportunities with experts in the therapy area landscape over the two-year lifecycle of each award programme.


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Beating Bowel Cancer

"Beating Bowel Cancer supports QiC Oncology wholeheartedly, as it brings recognition for high-quality patient-focused standards of care. By identifying good practice, then celebrating and disseminating it, the programme helps to ensure that bowel cancer patients receive the best possible treatment wherever they live in the UK."

Jo Garnham, Head of Service Delivery Beating Bowel Cancer


Breast Cancer Care

"Breast Cancer Care is the only UK-wide charity providing specialist support and tailored information for anyone affected by breast cancer. Our clinical expertise and emotional support network help thousands of people find a way to live with, through and beyond breast cancer. We have more than two million contacts with people every year via our patient information, website and forum; and support more than 60,000 people directly through our face to face, phone, email and online services. We also campaign for better support and care, involving people with breast cancer in all that we do.
We are delighted to be involved with Quality in Care and the Oncology Awards programme and applaud their commitment to identifying, rewarding and disseminating best practice. We know how important it is to recognise and celebrate the work of healthcare professionals, especially during these times of ongoing change and increasing pressures. We look forward to continuing our support for this excellent initiative and welcome the very tangible improvements to patient care. "

Dr Emma Pennery, Clinical Director Breast Cancer Care


Cancer52

"Cancer52 is once again delighted to support the QiC Oncology awards and to be involved in the judging process. Awards such as this can help to raise the profile of best practice, influence and inspire others, and most importantly improve outcomes for patients. Our hope is that Cancer52's involvement in these awards helps raise the profile of rare and less common cancers, and encourages entries from within this part of the cancer community in the future."

Jane Lyons, CEO Cancer52


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Macmillan Cancer Support

"Macmillan Cancer Support aims to support people with cancer every step of the way and push for better cancer care. We are delighted to support the Quality in Care Oncology programme which will identify and share good practice and help to spread the expertise and knowledge of successful innovations."

Jenny Ritchie-Campbell, Cancer Services Innovation Director


mPharma

“We are thrilled to be a media partner for QiC Oncology. mPharma is a mobile media platform that delivers personalised business information to global pharmaceutical executives. Our partnership with QiC will, quite literally, put this important and high-value content into the hands of the fastest-growing media audience - the mobile audience.”

Chris Ross, Director of Content, mPharma


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Patient Information Forum

"The QiC Awards provide a fantastic opportunity to demonstrate best practice in the provision of healthcare, acknowledges successful collaboration between the NHS, patient groups and industry, and rewards those who work to ensure the best outcomes for patients.   The Patient Information Forum is therefore delighted to support the QiC Awards, and we encourage everyone involved in health and care to become involved in this worthwhile programme."

Nicole Naylor, Joint Head of Operations Patient Information Forum


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The Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation

"Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation is pleased to support the QiC Oncology Awards. In recognising excellence in cancer care and those who initiate and provide it, this initiative highlights good practice and encourages its spread. We urge NHS staff to engage with the programme, in improving patient outcomes in oncology."

Jesme Fox, Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation Medical Director

QiC Oncology 2016 partner:
Bristol-Myers Squibb
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