The PBC Awards

Our PBC awards program encourages the development of innovative projects which aim to improve the lives of people living with primary biliary cholangitis (PBC).

Over the past three award cycles, we have supported a variety of projects including educating others about the PBC name change, advocating for local PBC networks, the development of videos for PBC-friendly recipes, a larger-than-life inflatable liver to educate people on PBC, and many more!

Launched in 2016, Practice to Policy® supports local, innovative ideas that form a basis for best practice, which can be adapted more broadly. At its heart, Practice to Policy® is about sharing learnings that inspire change – what worked well, what didn’t, and what can we learn as an entire community to inform care.
 

The Practice to Policy® Health Awards Program

Eligibility criteria for 2019

The Practice to Policy® Health Awards Program in primary biliary cholangitis (PBC) encourages the development of innovative projects, which are designed to improve the lives of people living with PBC.

In 2019, we are focusing on local and national projects that pioneer collaborative care between healthcare professionals and people living with PBC. Specifically, we are seeking programs that:

 

Create tools or platforms that enable or encourage timely monitoring of patients
Provide resources to improve the dialogue between people living with PBC and their providers
Explore new ways to enhance local PBC communities or networks

Winning projects may be awarded up to $30,000 in funding.

 

How can you get involved?

1. Prepare

We have many resources available to help you prepare your application. Our application guide includes all details you need to know around eligibility, different types of funding, and additional information on the application process.

2. Apply

The submission window for 2019 applications is now closed. If you are interested in applying and want to be kept up to date on the program, please register your interest and you will be notified when a new application cycle opens.

3. Judging

When the application window closes, our expert judges review all applications. The team of judges will use a set of criteria to evaluate whether a project should receive an award.

4. Winners

All groups will be notified of the outcome of their application via email in October 2019. We will announce the 2019 winning projects in 2020. In the meantime, why not check out our resources to support your application?

5. Best Practice

If you are selected for a Practice to Policy® award, there will be additional opportunities to share your experiences, to meet fellow applicants, share best practice, and learn from other winners.