The votes have been counted and verified…

Deborah tells us how the judging panel have whittled the NICE shared learning award entries down from 64 to a shortlist of 20.

Deborah Collis, Associate director in the system engagement team at NICE

It seems to get harder with every passing year, but it is always a pleasure to judge the NICE shared learning awards.

Our shortlist reflects the range of entries we received from health organisations, local authorities and voluntary organisations. They cover a broad range of topics including oral care in care homes, smoking cessation activities and heart failure care.

All of the shortlisted entries will present posters at the NICE conference in May with the four finalists giving stage presentation of their work:

We’ll be taking a closer look at the above four finalists over the coming months so make sure you keep an eye on our website for the details. The competition winner will be announced at the conference.

NICE Shared Learning Awards provide the opportunity for NHS services, local authorities and other organisations to showcase their innovative examples of how they have implemented NICE guidance.

Last year’s prize was scooped by Somerset Gastroenterology Flexible Healthcare Team for their work on empowering patients and GPs to manage irritable bowel syndrome.

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