Each entry must be submitted online using the online entry system. You will be asked to register after which you can choose the categories you wish to enter and follow the on-screen instructions.
Once you have completed the work on your entries, you can submit them all at once. The online entry system allows you to start an entry, save it, and complete it at a later date.
Note that you are allowed to enter for more than 1 category
The main component of your entry is a 500 word written statement outlining what the nominee(s)/group/society has done in the past four years, that has furthered knowledge and benefited/the patient or area.
In addition to this you will need to supply:
- Name of nominee
- Job title
- Place of work
- Contact details (email, telephone, and address)
- Supporting documents *optional*
- Supervisor details and confirmation of consent *optional*
- Supervisor statement *optional*
You may submit additional information to support your entry, for example: images or testimonials, references and qualifications etc. Wherever possible, this should be uploaded online with the entry.
You can submit up to 9 files online to support your nomination, should you want to submit extra supporting documents please email it to firstname.lastname@example.org or send it to:
Erin Gallen, Events Manager
Journal of Wound Care
St Judes Church
Judging will be based on:
Please note for dressing/device nominations:Companies are invited to nominate a dressing or device that they believe has altered wound care and facilitated healing, whilst being cost-effective, and must be available in at least three territories.This award will be judged by an independent panel of board members and KOL’s.
- Evidence of novelty/original thinking
- Evidence of a significant impact/benefit to the area or patients
- Evidence in the application or supporting document of the achievements described
- Suitability for the category entered
Please take note of the information below to help you when submitting your entry.
Evidence:Always support your entry with relevant evidence, examples of some evidence are below:
- Be specific. Avoid going off topic
- Keep it simple and straight to the point. You can use bullet points for clarity
- Avoid repetition
- Stick to the word limits
- If you’re re-submitting your entry, ensure that it highlights developments since the previous year. The judges will want to see growth
- Use evidence that is up-to-date with the constantly developing field
- Feedback - patient/health professionals
- Quality of life scores