This category recognises nominees and teams who have introduced a new approach to service or product development and delivery.
Judges will look for examples of truly innovative ideas, where challenging custom and pushing boundaries have resulted in a new approach to the planning and delivery of a service or product.
The initiative should demonstrate improved outcomes and experience for people living with cancer and measurable improvements in the quality and effectiveness of service or product.
This category recognises nominees and teams who have improved the coordination of services and enabled integration across settings such acute, primary, social and voluntary or through digital services, to provide a seamless experience for people living with cancer.
Judges will look for collaboration with a range of stakeholder groups including people living with cancer, and measurable impact at local, regional or national level.
This category recognises nominees and teams who have made significant improvements within an existing service offered to people living with cancer.
Entrants should have exceeded the requirements of their role and be able to evidence the impact of the improvements for people living with cancer. Judges will be looking for the application of Quality Improvement methodology and evidence of patient engagement.