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10 Nov 2022

NHS heroes recognised at Quality in Care (QiC) Diabetes Awards

Teams praised for their exceptional work to improve diabetes care during the pandemic at the Quality in Care (QiC) Diabetes Awards

High profile awards have been presented to teams that have provided exceptional diabetes care throughout the Covid-19 pandemic.

The 12th annual Quality in Care (QiC) Diabetes Awards were held last month at Sanofi’s UK headquarters in Reading to recognise initiatives that improve the quality of life for people living with diabetes.

This year’s awards focussed on the incredible work that has been undertaken throughout the pandemic, which in many cases has proved to be a catalyst for significant change in treatment and options available for people with diabetes and, or their families and carers.

Jessamy Baird, Country Lead and Head of General Medicines for Sanofi in UK and Ireland, said: “It is truly a real honour to support the QiC awards as they recognise and reward our NHS heroes who continuously go above and beyond to improve the lives of people with diabetes with such passion, commitment and enthusiasm.

“The QiC diabetes programme is not only about celebrating innovation, service improvement and success, but also about sharing best practices across the NHS. We congratulate everyone and thank them all for such a tireless and heroic contribution to high-quality diabetes care.”

Diabetes Education Programmes – Healthcare Professionals

WINNER: ‘DEVICE’ (Diabetes Emergencies: Virtual Interactive Clinical Education) Project by DEVICE Project Team and Oxford Medical Simulation

HIGHLY COMMENDED: Eden/Sanofi Cares Programme by Leicester Diabetes Centre

COMMENDED: SANDRA – Supporting practice Nurses in Diabetes Care Revalidation & Appraisal by NHS Grampian

FINALIST: Finite Resources: Infinite Possibilities to Maintain Diabetes Education and Support During the Challenges of COVID-19 and Beyond by Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust

Patient Care Pathway, Secondary and Community

WINNER: North-East London Type 1 Diabetes Transformation (NATALIE) Project by North-East London (NEL) Sustainability and Transformation Project (STP)/Barts Health NHS Trust/Homerton University/Clinical Effectiveness Group

COMMENDED: Pharmacist Led GLP-1RA Initiation Clinic in a GP Practice by NHSAAA

Diabetes Education Programmes – People with Diabetes

WINNER (JOINT): Teaching "Dynamic Glucose Management" using digital "Flipped Learning"

by Birmingham Women's and Children's Foundation Trust

WINNER (JOINT): Deapp - Structured Diabetes Education Designed to be Fun and Simple for Patients, Families and Staff by HEAL.med Community interest company – Deapp

Equality, Diversity and Health Equalities

COMMENDED: Sheffield's South Asian Support Pilot by Sheffield CCG

 

Clinical Pathways Using Technologies

WINNER: Assisting Bradford and Craven Beating Diabetes (ASSIST BCD) by Bradford District and Craven Health and Care Partnership

HIGHLY COMMENDED: Diabetes Clinic @ Home by Swansea University Medical School

 

Type 1 Specialist Service

HIGHLY COMMENDED: Redesigning Outpatient Type 1 Diabetes Service by NHS Dumfries and Galloway

 

Diabetes Collaborative Project of the Year

WINNER: Virtual Schools Training Package by Birmingham Women's and Children's Foundation Trust

HIGHLY COMMENDED: Diabetes Health Matters with Dr Joan St John by Diabetes Africa

COMMENDED: ComPASSION by University Hospitals Dorset

FINALIST: Scottish Diabetes Care Quality Dashboards by NHS Education for Scotland Technology Service

FINALIST: Diabetes Prevention Norfolk and Waveney by Norfolk and Waveney

FINALIST: Digital Evaluation of Ketosis and Other Diabetes-related Emergencies (DEKODE)

by University Hospitals Birmingham, Sandwell and West Birmingham Hospitals, Walsall Healthcare NHS Trust, University of Birmingham

 

Wellbeing

WINNER: Improving Mental Health in People with Recurrent Diabetic Ketoacidosis by Bart's Health & East London Foundation Trust

 

Insulin Safety Week Award

WINNER: Bedfordshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust Luton and Dunstable

FINALIST: Betsi Cadwalader University health Board
FINALIST: St George's University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
FINALIST: University Hospital of Morecambe bay NHS foundation Trust

 

NHS England Outstanding Contribution Award for Services in Diabetes

WINNER: Coventry Diabetes Team

 

NHS Wales Outstanding Contribution Award for Services in Diabetes

WINNER: Alison Ellis – Diabetes Specialist Nurse in Cardiff and Vale Health Board

 

Judges’ Special Award

WINNER: ‘DEVICE’ (Diabetes Emergencies: Virtual Interactive Clinical Education) Project

by DEVICE project team and Oxford Medical Simulation

 

Unsung Hero Award

WINNER: TDFC London

 

Diabetes Professional of the Year

WINNER: Dr Stephen Stanaway

 

Outstanding Educator in Diabetes

WINNER: Fiona Munday

 

The People’s Award

WINNER: Lochlan Murdoch

 

Quality in Care Diabetes is partnered with Sanofi and supported by the Association of British Clinical Diabetologists (ABCD)Association of Children’s Diabetes Clinicians (ACDC), Children and Young People’s Diabetes Network (CYPDN) , the Diabetes Inpatient Specialist Nurse (DISN) UK Group, The Diabetes Specialist Nurse Forum (DSN) UK, Diabetes Research & Wellness Foundation (DRWF), Diabetes UK, JDRF the type 1 diabetes charity, Primary Care Diabetes Society (PCDS), Trend DiabetesYoung Diabetologists and Endocrinologists’ Forum (YDEF) and the United Kingdom Clinical Pharmacy Association (UKCPA).

 

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