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QiC diabetes finalists announced

By Editor
26th September 2018
Good practice

The finalists for the 2018 Quality in Care (QiC) Diabetes awards have been revealed.  

Now in its eighth year, the Quality in Diabetes Care (QiC) recognises, rewards and shares innovative practice which has demonstrated quality in diabetes management, education and services for people with diabetes and/or their families.

New categories of ‘Best Practice Dissemination and Sustainability Award’ and ‘Type 1 Specialist Service – Children, Young People and Emerging Adults’ have been introduced this year, making a total of 10 categories for 2018.

The winners will be announced on October 18 at the Sanofi headquarters in Guildford.

Best Practice Dissemination and Sustainability Award

Expanding the Reach of the Cambridge Diabetes Education Programme (CDEP)
by Cambridge Diabetes Education Programme (CDEP)

North East Essex Diabetes Service – Service Redesign
by Suffolk GP Federation

Improving Outcomes for Families through the ‘Type 1 Kidz’ Project
by Investing in Children

The Evolvement and Expansion of the DICE Programme
by Ipswich Hospital NHS Trust

Patient Care Pathway, Generic or Specialist

The Cornwall Community Pharmacy Patient Activation Service – Type 2 Diabetes
by Cornwall Local Pharmaceuticals Committee (LPC)

A 3-year Experience of Sandwell and West Birmingham Patient-Centered Collaborative Diabetes Model – The Way Forward?
by Sandwell and South West Birmingham NHS Trust

The DIADEM Project: Improving the Management of Diabetes and Dementia
by Sandwell and West Birmingham NHS Trust

Diabetes Team Initiative of the Year

Virtual Ward, Innovation and Collaboration, Improving Diabetes Care in the Community
by North East Essex Diabetes Service

Developing a Team Approach to Improve Insulin Safety and Reduce Insulin Wastage
by Northern Devon Healthcare Trust

The Poole Young People’s Diabetes Service – Improving Contact, Improving Care
by Poole Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Diabetes Collaboration of the Year

Tomorrow’s Leaders: Developing Agents of Change in Diabetes Care
by Diabetes UK

Blood Glucose Monitoring – A Collaborative Approach to Updating the Formulary
by NHS Birmingham and Solihull CCG and Partners

Prevention and Early Diagnosis Type 2 Diabetes

Results announced on the night of the awards evening.

Diabetes Education Programmes – Low Carb Program

Talking about Diabetes (TAD) – Inspiration and Motivation for Diabetes
by Talking About Diabetes (TAD)

Enhancing Specialist Knowledge for Pharmacists to Optimise Diabetes Medication Management
by NEEDS (North East Essex Diabetes Service)

Film Prescriptions: A New Method for Delivering Patient Empowerment and Education
by Prince Philip Hospital/Hywel Dda

Carbohydrate Counting Educational Assessment Tool (CC-EAT)
by Royal United Hospitals Bath NHS Foundation Trust

Exercise Classes for People with Diabetes with Specialist Nurse Support
by University Hospital Plymouth NHS Trust

Psycho-education Workshop for Parents of Children with Type 1 Diabetes
by Paediatric Diabetes Team, University Hospital of Wales

Type 1 Specialist Service – Children, Young People and Emerging Adults

Personalised Care for Disengaged Young Adults Aged 16-30 with T1DM
by East and North Herts NHS Trust

DigiBete Website for T1 Diabetes
by Leeds Children’s Hospital and DigiBete CIC

Improving Communication with Families Using a Smartphone App
by NHS Ayrshire & Arran

TickleFLEX, the Insulin Injection Aid
by Tickle Tec Ltd

GReaT Groups – Supporting Transition to Secondary School
by University College London Hospitals

Diabetes Healthcare Professional of the Year

Amanda Epps, Sarah Gregory, Bethany Kelly, Susan Mason and Becky Watt
Lisa Doughty
Dr Richard Paisey
Professor Roy Taylor
Dr Justin Warner

Outstanding Educator in Diabetes

Diana Buck
Kate Fayers
Emma Green

The People’s Award

Chris Aldred
Joanne & Craig Austin
Beth Baldwin
Lesley Jordan
Tim Street

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