Deadline extended for GP Enterprise Awards 2013

We have extended the deadline for entries to this year's GP Enterprise Awards to 4 March 2013, giving GP practices an extra month to enter.

This is your chance to win a share of £10,000 in prizes for delivering innovative new services and high quality care.

The GP Enterprise Awards are presented annually by the RCGP and GP magazine, and proudly sponsored by the MDU. The aim is to celebrate innovation in general practice and promote ideas that can be easily adopted by most UK surgeries.

CCGs and groups of practices can also enter this year’s Improving Quality and Productivity award, for demonstrating efficiencies in areas such as prescribing or unplanned admissions.

The prizes are £1,000 for each category winner, plus a handsome wall plaque for your surgery waiting room. The overall winner, as voted by the readers of GP magazine, will receive a further £4,000 and the MDU Enterprise Award, presented at the RCGP’s annual awards ceremony in November 2013.

The easiest way to enter is via our online entry form below, where you can start an entry, save your work and continue later.

The NEW closing date for entries is 4 March 2013.

For more information and to find out about previous GP Enterprise Awards winners click here.

If you have any queries please email GPawards@haymarket.com.

The 2013 categories
Outstanding Practice Team


Prize £1,000

For a high quality practice that has shown exemplary teamwork to implement change or meet a new challenge. Please highlight the work of different team members, and links with outside agencies, where appropriate.
Innovative Clinical Care


Prize £1,000

This award recognises innovation in the main disease areas common within the general population, where a GP or practice team has demonstrably improved patient care as a direct result of changes to clinical practice or their practice systems.
Caring for Vulnerable Groups


Prize £1,000

This award aims to highlight innovation by a GP or practice team to meet the needs of a specific group of vulnerable patients, for example the elderly, homeless, drug misusers, or those with physical or learning disabilities.
Best use of Media and Technology


Prize £1,000

For an innovative GP or practice team that can demonstrate how they have utilised new media and the internet, or IT in general, to improve any aspect of patient care or practice services.
Improving Quality and
Productivity


Prize £1,000

For a practice team, group of surgeries, or CCG, that has raised quality and/or productivity. They should be able to demonstrate efficiencies in areas such as prescribing or unplanned admissions.
RCGP First5 Award


Prize £1,000

For an individual GP who, in their first five years since passing the MRCGP exam, can demonstrate how they have made a positive and innovative impact on the NHS, by working to improve clinical care, patient services or healthcare systems.
The MDU Enterprise Award


Prize £4,000

We ask the readers of GP magazine to vote for an overall winner from the successful entrants in the six categories. The award will be presented at the RCGP’s annual awards ceremony in London.

Click here for the online entry form of the GP Enterprise Awards 2013

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