Entries for QiC Diabetes Awards 2022 open later this month

Entries for QiC Diabetes Awards 2022 open later this month

Healthcare professionals working within diabetes services will be able to enter a prestigious awards programme which recognises, rewards and shares innovative practice in diabetes management at the end of March. 

Organisers have announced that healthcare professionals can submit their applications for the annual Quality in Care (QiC) Diabetes Awards from Monday, March 28 until Friday, July 1.

Successful applicants will have implemented a new care initiative over the last 12 months which has improved the quality of life for people living with diabetes.

Now in its 12th year, the awards are set to return with a brand-new category for 2022, entitled Clinical Pathways Using Technologies. In total, there are 10 awards up for grabs, including three nomination prizes.

Debbie Woods, Head of Medical, General Medicines UK and Ireland at Sanofi, said: “Sanofi is delighted to support the QiC Programme in 2022 and to recognise and reward the innovations that will benefit people living with diabetes.

“The QiC programme is at the forefront of sharing best practice to improve the quality of care, through demonstrating novel solutions to problems encountered by healthcare professionals and those impacted by diabetes on a daily basis.”

She added: “The commitment to quality of care is a core value of the NHS and the QiC programme is a shining example of that value in practice.”

Submissions are welcome from anyone working in the diabetes arena throughout the UK and Ireland.

The judging panel is keen to review a wide spectrum of entries and reward individuals who are making a difference to the lives of people with diabetes, organisers have announced.

Judging will take place on Tuesday, September 6 and the QiC Diabetes 2022 Awards presentation will take place at Sanofi’s headquarters in Reading on Thursday, October 13.

For more information on the QiC Diabetes Awards, contact Debbie Tuesley on dtuesley@pmlive.com.

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Author: Eileen Gilbert