We're pleased to announce that, after a hugely successful first year, the QuDoS awards, highlighting innovation and excellence in MS services, are now open for nominations for 2016.
We’re looking to celebrate the work of the MS health professionals that have delivered outstanding, innovative care for people affected by MS. This means MS specialist nurses, allied health professionals (such as physiotherapists and occupational therapists), neurologists and multidisciplinary teams – but also any health professionals that work with or deliver services for people with MS, including GPs, pharmacists and commissioners.
"At the MS Trust we hear tributes every day to the difference MS professionals and teams make to the lives of people living with MS,” says Amy Bowen, our Director of Service Development. "The QuDos awards are a great opportunity for this vital work to be more widely recognised and celebrated.”
To see the full list of categories and more information visit qudos-ms.com. Winners will be announced at a special ceremony on 5 November at the Beaumont Estate, Windsor.
The QuDos in MS awards are a joint initiative of the MS Trust and pharmaphorum media.
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