ACCEA – Clinical Excellence Awards – England and Wales

20 Apr 2015

The Department of Health has announced that the National Awards Round for 2015 is open and will remain open until 1700 on Wednesday, 17 June.

ACCEA

The Department of Health has announced that the National Awards Round for 2015 is open and will remain open until 1700 on Wednesday, 17th June.

Applications for Bronze, Silver or Gold awards are by self-nomination and must be submitted online directly to ACCEA before the closing date. If you are a Fellow who is eligible to apply for a new award, or an advancement of an award and wish to be considered for a supporting statement from College, you should also submit the relevant forms to nominations@rcpsg.ac.uk. These will be considered by the College Distinction Awards Committee. You may also seek a supporting statement from College if you are applying for a 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 Platinum award, the relevant forms must be submitted to nominations@rcpsg.ac.uk for consideration.

In all cases, please outline the activities you have undertaken on behalf of the College.

You may use the forms here to submit your application to College Application Forms. 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. Further information is also available on the ACCEA website and also in the ACCEA newsletter http://rcp.sg/DzFTj

Deadlines for submission to College for support are below. Late submissions will not be accepted.

Platinum Awards (new): Tuesday, 5th May at 0900
Platinum Awards (renewals): Monday, 11th May at 0900
Bronze, Silver and Gold Awards:
(New and renewals)
Monday, 11th May at 0900

We realise that this timescale is very short but this is beyond the control of the College.

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