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ACCEA – Clinical Excellence Awards 2017

24 Jan 2017

The 2017 National Clinical Excellence Awards Round will open on Tuesday, 28 February and will remain open until 1700 on Tuesday, 25 April.

The 2017 National Clinical Excellence Awards Round will open on Tuesday, 28 February and will remain open until 1700 on Tuesday, 25 April. If you are applying for a new award, or advancement of an award and wish to seek a supporting statement from College, please note the following:

Applications for Bronze, Silver or Gold awards are by self-nomination and must be submitted online direct to ACCEA by 25 April. If you wish to apply for a supporting statement from the College, you should submit a copy of your forms to for consideration by the College Distinction Awards Committee. You may also seek a supporting statement from College if you are applying for renewal of an existing award.

Applications for New Platinum Awards are submitted via the College to the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges. To apply for a new Platinum award, the relevant forms must be submitted to for consideration. Applications for renewal of a Platinum award should be submitted directly to ACCEA. A supporting statement may also be sought from College for a renewal in the same way as Bronze, Silver and Gold.

In all requests for College support, please outline the activities you have undertaken on behalf of the College.

Application forms for 2017 will be available on the ACCEA website in due course but for the purposes of applying for College support, you may use the 2016 Application Form. The number of forms you may submit is dependent upon the level of award applied for. Please read the Guidance notes for applicants before applying. The 2017 guidance documents are not yet available and you should refer to the 2016 Guidance documents in the meantime.

Crititcal dates to note

Tuesday, 28 February 2017 round opens
Monday, 6 March @ 0900 Deadline for submission to College for support for all levels of Award. Late submissions will not be accepted.
Tuesday, 25 April @ 1700 Round closes

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