Nominations for the General Practice Awards 2022 are now closed.
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This award is looking for a team or individual who has demonstrated excellence when supporting patients with chronic conditions - helping to improve their lives and the management of their symptoms. We are looking for projects, strategies, and schemes that have been implemented to improve long-term patient care.
This award seeks to recognise an individual or team who have demonstrated excellence when it comes to improving mental health services in their area, through an ongoing high-quality standard of care or through an innovative project or scheme.
This award seeks to recognise an individual or team who have demonstrated excellence when working to improve healthcare in their local area; raising awareness, encouraging engagement, and ensuring the wellbeing of the local population.
This award seeks to recognise a member of the wider practice team who has had a positive impact on improving patient care, practice efficiency, or clinical workload in their practice/area. They could be a GP pharmacist, paramedic, physicians associate, HCA, mental health practitioner, social prescribing link worker or any role not covered by the other award categories.
Open to all qualified GPs practising in the UK, this award is looking for someone who has helped to turn a struggling practice around; made improvements in the morale and wellbeing of their colleagues; or campaigned for change in their local area.
We are looking for teams who are striving to improve patient care, enhancing services offered, and working to develop their skill mix.
We seek to recognise the work of a multidisciplinary team that has had a positive impact on improving the patient experience in their practice and/or local area.
Open to all UK medical graduates in postgraduate training, we are looking for evidence of enthusiasm, a keen desire to learn, imagination, and a contribution aligned with the objectives of the Five Year Forward View.
We invite applications from Trainees themselves and also their colleagues.
NEW for 2022!
This category is aimed at PCNs who have developed in maturity. The network will be able to showcase a population health approach, using data to evidence impact.
The award is seeking to identify a PCN who can demonstrate that, as a result of their maturity, they have been able to integrate services in this way and as a result can highlight improvements to the lives of patients as well as on the primary care workforce locally.
We are looking for an outstanding Practice Manager who showcases a professionalism and a keen desire to deliver the best possible patient-focused services.
We are looking for a Practice Nurse or Practice Nursing team who have made an outstanding contribution to patient care in their practice. We are looking for evidence of effort and imagination, leadership, and innovation.
This award seeks to recognise individual pharmacists or teams working in a practice/the community/a PCN team who have made an outstanding contribution to patient care in their local area. It is open to all qualified pharmacists practising in the UK. We invite applications from pharmacists themselves and nominations from colleagues.
This award seeks to recognise a receptionist or reception team who are making an outstanding contribution to their practice and its patients. We invite applications from receptionists themselves and also from colleagues.
Applicants should demonstrate evidence that their attention to detail has improved the organisation of the surgery, ambience, and patient experience.
NEW for 2022!
This award seeks to recognise a successful vaccination service or rollout that has taken place over the last 18 months. Vaccinations are an essential clinical service, and in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, there have been many examples of new and innovative ways of maintaining the national immunisation schedule. Examples include setting up vaccination centres in car parks, temporary facilities and structures and the recruitment and training of new staff to cope with demand.