Vision Awards 2011 judging panel announced
Former DH policy adviser Paul Corrigan CBE and NICE’s implementation programme director, Val Moore, are among the judging panel for this year's Vision Awards.
Former DH policy adviser Paul Corrigan CBE and NICE's implementation programme director, Val Moore, are among the judging panel for this year's Vision Awards.
Now in their third year, the Vision Awards recognise the hard work of GP consortia and those working within them.
This year's awards have a number of new categories including Best GP provider, Consortium manager of the year and Best efficiency innovation. To see the full list go to www.napcannual.co.uk/awards
The awards are judged by an independent panel of judges using a scoring system to determine the shortlist.
The awards are free to enter and anyone working with or within primary care can submit an entry. The closing date for entries is June 24.
The full judging panel is as follows:
Dr Charles Alessi, NAPC executive member
Dr Oliver Bernath, managing director, Integrated Health Partners
Neil Churchill, chief executive, Asthma UK
Paul Corrigan CBE, management consultant and former DH policy adviser
Julia Manning, chief executive, 2020Health
Maggie Marum, director, NAPC
Val Moore, implementation programme director, NICE
Sir John Oldham, national clinical lead for quality and productivity, Department of Health
Dr Simon Poole, GPC commissioning and service development sub-committee member
Mike Ramsden, chief executive, NAPC
Dr Pritpal Tamber, medical director, Map of Medicine
Dr Peter Weaving, locality lead in Cumbria and Practical Commissioning diaristVal Moore, NICE's implementation programme director joins this year's Vision Awards judging panel Val Moore