Entry Tips

Do

  • Get your point across quickly and simply – remember judges review lots of entries
  • Clearly state the innovation of your entry: what is different about your submission
  • Clearly state your results
  • Write your entry against the specific criteria for the individual category you are entering
  • Use simple explanations and clear punchy language
  • Have a look at the 7 Steps, a useful guide to writing your entry.

Don’t

  • Enter if you don’t have results - your entry will not be judged
  • Exceed the submission length limit – 2500 words maximum
  • Use supporting materials as an overflow from the entry
  • Don’t be afraid to show what the initiative or activity looked like – a picture says a thousand words.

Final tip

  • Once you have written your entry, let a colleague who knows nothing about this initiative read it. If they don’t understand something, then neither will the judges!

Quality In Care Dermatology

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Quality In Care Dermatology

  • 2020 KEY DATES
  • Open for entry: 23 January 2020
  • Entry deadline: 03 April 2020
  • Judging day: 03 June 2020
  • Awards ceremony: 16 June 2020
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