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Welcome to the NICE Shared Learning Awards

What's it all about?

The NICE Shared Learning Awards recognise and reward examples of how NICE guidance has been put into practice in the NHS, local authorities, voluntary and a range of other organisations. This also gives you an opportunity to pass on your knowledge and expertise of implementing NICE guidance and the barriers you overcame.

Tell us about any problems you faced, how you dealt with them and what others can learn from your experiences. We are particularly interested in examples that also demonstrate:

  • improved patient care
  • how you have used NICE guidance to improve quality and save resources

The Awards are presented annually at the NICE Conference. Submitters of successfully shortlisted examples receive free conference tickets, a platform to present their work to peers and the chance to win the top prize.

The deadline for submissions to be sent to NICE for consideration in the 2014 Shared Learning Awards has now passed. However if you have an example of putting NICE guidance into practice, we'd still like to hear about it. Please submit your example and you could be in with a chance of winning next year's award.

The 2013 Shared Learning Award Winner's Story

Congratulations to South Western Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust who scooped the 2013 Shared Learning Awards winner spot with their example ‘Harmonising pre-hospital care across South West England' . You can read more about the worthy winner in the conference news coverage section.

Thank you to all those organisations who took the time to make a submission to the Shared Learning Database and share their valuable learning with others.

You can view the full set of conference posters in the Shared Learning Awards 2013 poster section and access the original submissions on the Shared Learning Database.

Shortlisted examples by year:

Read the Shared Learning Awards short list criteria.

This page was last updated: 04 March 2014

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