Excellent examples of how NICE guidance and standards have been put into practice in the NHS, local authorities, voluntary sector and a range of other organisations.
Our Shared Learning Awards give you an opportunity to pass on your knowledge and expertise of implementing NICE guidance.
If your example is shortlisted you'll receive:
- free conference tickets
- a national platform to present their work to peers
- the chance to win the top prize, as voted on by conference delegates.
And even if you don't get shortlisted, your example will still be published on our website and linked to the guidance.
The Shared Learning Awards are such an important aspect of our work. For everyone who works for and with NICE it is great to see the impact that our work has on real people. I think all the entrants were absolutely fantastic.Professor David Haslam, Chair of NICE
The deadline to submit your example for the 2018 NICE Shared Learning Awards has now passed. However, we'd still like to hear how you’ve used our guidance to improve services. Submit your example and be considered for the 2019 Awards.
Tell us about any problems you faced, how you dealt with them and what others can learn from your experiences. We're particularly interested in examples that demonstrate:
- integration of health and care services
- how you have used NICE guidance to transform how services are organised and delivered
- using NICE’s guidance on social care topics.
What the winners say
2018 winner, East Berkshire CCG and Oxford Academic Health Science Network
Regardless of their role, everyone can play a part in implementing NICE guidelines to improve safety and quality of care for older people.2018 winner Sundus Jawad - Prescribing and Care Homes Support Pharmacist, East Berkshire CCG
2017 winner, Mansfield District Council
Being recognised by healthcare professionals is a real privilege and makes our contribution to improving patient care even more rewarding, we encourage innovative projects to submit to NICE so that we can share knowledge and best practice.2017 winner Hayley Barsby – Interim Chief Executive Officer, Mansfield District Council
2016 winner, Dr Emma Greig
Since our shared learning example was published we have been contacted by many centres from around the UK, allowing us to share our project and learn from others. We are delighted to win the NICE Shared Learning Award in 2016.2016 winner Dr Emma Greig – Consultant Gastroenterologist, Somerset Gastroenterology Flexible Healthcare Team.
2015 winner, Farah Lone
I would encourage anyone considering participating to apply and to share their work. It has been a fascinating process to be involved in and has allowed us to share our knowledge and work in accordance with the NICE guidance.Farah Lone - Lead Consultant Subspecialist Urogynaecologist at Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust