The PrescQIPP 2021 Annual Awards
Submission deadline: Friday 30 July 2021
The PrescQIPP Annual Awards 2021
It’s time to start thinking about your entry for the prestigious PrescQIPP annual awards 2021.
We’ve opened up entries for 2021 early to allow you to submit your entry as soon as you are ready. We know that 2020 has been a difficult year with the coronavirus pandemic to contend with. We are aware of all the good work that medicines optimisation teams have done in response to the pandemic and we want to hear about the work you have done during this time. Whether it be the use of new technology or switching to DOACs when face to face consultations are limited, we want you to share your learning.
If you have managed to run non-coronavirus related medicines optimisation projects, we also encourage you to enter the PrescQIPP 2021 annual awards.
Why you should enter the awards
- Opportunity to review and define the impact of your work
- Recognition for you and your team among hundreds of peers across the UK
- Chance to adorn your desk and win admiration of colleagues with a prestigious PrescQIPP award
- Presenting with impact coaching session for winners with Jamie Hayes our annual event chairman
- And most importantly, a great opportunity to highlight and share good practice for the benefit of patients
You’re all winners to us but you have to be in it to win it, so now is the time to check out the categories, get together with your team and share all the great work you're doing.
How do I enter?
You don't need to be a PrescQIPP subscriber to enter the awards, as they're open to all NHS teams across all sectors.
Just complete the on-line submission form found in the link below and attach all of your additional supporting documents before Friday 30 July 2021.
To enhance your winning chances, take a look at the judging criteria before you submit your entry. Provide us with as much information as possible to help improve your chances.
Please refer to the FAQ below for more information.
We look forward to receiving your entries.