The JWC Awards seek to recognise the hard work done by health care professionals in all fields of wound care.
Deadline: as at 18 August 2023 open for entries (no closing date located)
The Best Practice Awards reward excellence and showcase exemplary rheumatology services by promoting innovation and best practice across every aspect of rheumatology treatment.
Deadline: 29 September 2023
These awards recognise employers who have embraced the business benefits of flexible working and have been proactive in seeking to recruit and retain talented staff particularly working parents.
Deadline: 27 October 2023
The Home Care Awards seek out examples of the expertise of companies providing home care in the UK and praise the teams that are making a difference by looking to raise standards.
Deadline: 30 November 2023
The RCN Fellowship and Honorary Fellowship recognise practitioners, researchers, educationalists and leaders who share the RCN's commitment to advancing the art and science of nursing and the improvement of health care.
This academic prize is offered for outstanding students who have completed the Specialist Community Public Health Nursing (SCPHN) Health Visitor programme.
These awards are currently not open for nominations.
Some awards charge a fee to enter so please go to the relevant websites to check if there is a fee for submission.
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The Advancing Healthcare Awards recognise and celebrate the work of allied health professionals, healthcare scientists and those who work alongside them in support roles, leading innovative healthcare practice across the UK.
The Allocate Awards are for those who have made a material and positive difference to the people in their organisation, their patients, service users and to the operational sustainability of the organisation itself.
The ALPSP awards are open to any new development, product, service, launch or project which is both innovative and of significant value to scholarly communication.
These awards provide you and your organisation with a chance to highlight the continuous good work being carried out to support the key aims and goals of Antibiotic Guardian.
The Autism Professionals Awards have been created to recognise and reward services and professionals who are leading the way in innovative autism practice and making a real difference to the lives of autistic people in the UK.
This award is given to the group of people who have demonstrated the best improvement in an aspect of service delivery by making it more effective, or have improved patient experience.
The BMA PLG (patient liaison group) patient information awards take place annually to recognise exceptional patient information services and promote greater awareness and understanding of health matters, and patient choice.
The Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust Cervical Screening Awards identify and reward the UK's best local cervical screening campaigns and provide opportunities to share best practice with other health professionals, community groups and organisations.
The CN Awards recognise the achievements of those whose great work has made a significant difference within the nutrition industry – whether an individual, group or organisation.
The Dementia Research Excellence and People Awards recognise the contribution that early- and mid-career researchers make to dementia research and people affected by dementia.
This award recognises practitioners in applied healthcare data analytics who have gone the extra mile in delivering innovative improvements for the healthcare system.
These awards recognise those caterers who are rising above the challenges and providing patients with wholesome, nutritious food that supports the healing work of the medical teams.
There are bronze, silver and gold awards for employer organisations that pledge, demonstrate or advocate support to defence and the armed forces community.