Why Enter

Why enter The BMJ Awards?

The BMJ Awards are an opportunity to gain recognition for the professionalism, commitment, creativity, and hard work of healthcare teams across the UK.

From national media attention, potential funding, speaking opportunities to permanent placements and peer recognition, the benefits for finalists and winners of The BMJ Awards are far reaching.

  • Showcase your team’s achievements in transforming care
  • Inspire others by sharing best practices and innovation
  • Review key areas contributing to the success of your project
  • Benchmark yourself against other teams/organisations
  • Receive credible recognition from your peers and respected healthcare leaders
  • Raise your profile at a national level – all winners are showcased in The BMJ, one of the oldest general medical journals in the world.

For many teams, winning one of The BMJ Awards is also a spur to further success with features published in The BMJ.

Entering the BMJ Awards is simple, free and quick. There is certain criteria that you must meet in order to enter any of our categories and a project can only be entered once.

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Case studies?

Read some of the case studies from previous winners of BMJ Awards.

Promoting cornea donation

Corneal disease and injury are a major cause of blindness in the UK. Although transplants can restore vision, they are limited due to a cornea shortage. Sarah Mollart was highly commended at The BMJ Awards 2017 for realising that 40-60 corneas could be made available for transplant and sought to rectify the dearth of cornea donations.

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Skin disease is more than skin deep

Having pioneered a new subspecialty within British Dermatology, the team at Royal London Hospital won Gold at The BMJ Awards 2017. They reveal the overwhelmingly positive impact winning has had on their project.

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