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Thousands of ideas, millions of page views and sharing best practice… that’s what the Academy is all about.

Grown from the simple idea that if you show people what good looks like, they will get on and do it… often better, the Academy is now the go-to place for ideas, innovation and best practice. A free resource open to the world… and the world does come!

Once again we will be celebrating the success of the Academy at London’s O2, highlighting a year of achievement that sees the Academy on the brink of expanding its reach to Canada, Australia and New Zealand.

The success of the Academy is your success. Across the NHS, from the front-line to the board-room, from portering and estates to A&E and primary care. Social care, community care… everywhere, people have contributed to a growing, free, resource of ideas and innovation.

On the 23rd November we will be celebrating, along with the fabulous Academy Ambassadors, contributors, sponsors, senior management, including Simon Stevens the Chief Executive of NHSEngland.

Bi-monthly you have voted for the shares that you think have had most impact. Finally, you have voted for this year’s winners.

No panels meeting in private, just you and thousands like you, voting for the people and ideas you want to reward and say well done!

A celebration that is free, fun and captures the spirit of what the Academy is all about.

I look forward to seeing you there and if you can’t make it, look out for live updates of pictures and on social media #FabAwards17

2017-11-04T23:44:36+00:00 04 November 2017Categories: Awards, Fabulous Stuff, News0 Comments

About the Author:

Terri
Colorectal/Stoma Care Nurse for 20 years. Now working as Head of Education Ostomy Dvision Coloplast Ltd. supporting Nurse Specialists demonstrate their value via Apollonursingresource.com . Love photography and have developed AcademyOfFabulousArtStuff.com a not for profit venture which is all about having fun with photography, painting and drawing to raise money for charity.

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