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Clinical Excellence Award

Introducing the Bladder & Bowel UK Clinical Excellence Award 

The Bladder & Bowel UK Clinical Excellence Award is a celebration of outstanding bladder and/or bowel health care. The award rewards the exceptional contribution of an individual, team or project working in the field of bladder and/or bowel health within the NHS or independent sector, by celebrating the demonstrable positive impact they have made to their patients or clients or to the public.  

Entrants may have used leadership, collaboration, innovation and/or novel approaches to engagement to improve access to care, health outcomes or quality of life for the public generally or to service users and their families. 

The Bladder & Bowel UK Clinical Excellence Award will be a platform for honouring success and sharing outstanding practice. The award will be judged by experts and clinicians who specialise in bladder and/or bowel care. We are delighted that the panel will be led by June Rogers MBE, and includes fellow judges Dr Catriona Morrison, Prof Doreen McClurg, and Karen Logan OBE. 

To apply, click on the button below to sign up, then complete your submission form.

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Applications 

Applications are open to professionals including nurses, midwives, allied healthcare professionals, doctors and researchers. They may be working with any client group or people of any age. 

Applications from individuals or teams are welcome as are nominations of an individual or team. We encourage interested applicants or nominating parties to get in touch with questions regarding eligibility. 

Application packs will be available from the 20th June 2022. Applicants will be asked to provide the following information: 

  • Name of individual, team or project and description of work carried out 
  • Briefly provide context to the issue: What significant patient or public need(s) does/ do the individual, team or project meet?  
  • How does the individual, team or project meet patient or public need(s)? How has leadership, collaboration, innovation and/or novel approaches been demonstrated? What has been the impact on patient care or bladder and bowel health more generally? 
  • Has the work been evaluated, and if so how and by whom? 
  • What are the future implications or next steps for the individual, team or project? 

Awards 

The winner(s) will receive a cheque for £500 and will give a presentation of their work at one of the Bladder & Bowel UK symposia for professionals working in the continence field, taking place in 2023 (Spring and Autumn – dates TBC). The award will be presented on 20th December 2022. 


Key dates 

Applications open on Monday 20th June 2022 to mark World Continence Week 2022 (Monday 20th to Sunday 26th June 2022).  

Applications close on 31st October. 

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