The RCVS is now taking nominations for their newly developed Knowledge Awards 2021. The awards are open to all those operating in a practice setting, including veterinary nurses, the administration team, surgeons and practice managers.
Learners and educators from postgraduate and undergraduate education are also urged to apply or nominate others for their work to improve the development and recognition of QI skills in the veterinary nursing and veterinary professions.
“The RCVS is now taking nominations for their newly developed Knowledge Awards 2021.“
Winners will be titled ‘Champion Practices’ or ‘Knowledge Champions,’ while also receiving a two-hundred and fifty pounds reward, the opportunity to work with RCVS Knowledge and tickets to the awards ceremony.
To apply and find out more, follow this link: rcvsknowledge.org/qi-awards.
Chairman of the RCVS Knowledge QI advisory board, Pam Mosedale, stated: “We have introduced a new category to the Knowledge Awards this year. As well as inviting applications from those who are using QI methodology in a practice setting, we are including a new category that acknowledges the crucial contribution those in education make to embedding QI in the professions. Eligible applications to this new category could take the form of students using QI methodology as part of their education, such as clinical audits, drawing up clinical guidelines or other techniques. Educators should demonstrate how they are teaching QI methodology to better equip students for practice. We encourage anyone undertaking high-quality activity in this area to enter.”See all the latest jobs in Animal Health