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Celebrating diabetes heroes Quality in Care Diabetes set to livestream online awards ceremony

Celebrating diabetes heroes Quality in Care Diabetes set to livestream online awards ceremony

Finalists announced for this year’s award nominations.

Published: Oct 07, 2020
Category: Healthcare Professionals
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Quality in Care Diabetes have announced details of this year’s awards ceremony, set to be held on Thursday, 15th October.

Originally scheduled to be held at Sanofi’s headquarters in Reading, due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic the award ceremony is now set to be held online as a virtual event via a livestream.

The live stream QiC Diabetes 2020 Awards will be taking place on Thursday, 15th October.

The full list of finalists has been published on the QiC Diabetes website.

The event is set to run from 5pm to 6.45pm and virtual attendees can share their comments on the social media wall for the event using the #QiCDiabetes hashtag.

A statement from the event organisers said: “We are delighted to welcome anyone who is interested to watch this year’s live broadcast of the awards, so please share with your team and colleagues!”

Attend this year’s QiC Diabetes awards ceremony here
View a full lists of this year’s QiC Diabetes finalists here

The awards ceremony will this year celebrate 10 years of recognising and rewarding good practice quality in diabetes management, education and services for people with diabetes and/or their families.

Each year healthcare professionals and anyone else working in diabetes care are invited to nominate inspirational work in the following categories: Outstanding Educator in DiabetesDiabetes Professional of the Year and the People’s Award.

A Quality in Care award means an initiative has been recognised by the NHS, patients and industry as improving the quality of life for people living with diabetes.

The Quality in Care Diabetes 2020 Awards are supported by DRWF.

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Category: Healthcare Professionals
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