BUPA Foundation Awards call for entries

Posted on April 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

The BUPA Foundation is to award £10,000 for excellence in the development of care for older people. The winning work will address any need or service development designed to improve the experience of older people and those who care for them. The care award is one of six categories within the BUPA Foundation Awards scheme, the other five recognising excellence in health at work, communication, research, epidemiology and clinical excellence. Applications for the care award should be original although they may draw on established technologies and practices. The submission must demonstrate a clear assessment of service purpose and planning, a description of the service, a design of evaluation, particularly addressing continuing needs, and an analytical strategy appropriate to the service design. BUPA medical director and governor of the BUPA Foundation Dr Andrew Vallance-Owen said the standard of submissions for the BUPA Foundation Awards was always very impressive and the Foundation looked forward to receiving

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