GP Enterprise Awards entry closes 3 March

The entry period for the GP Enterprise Awards 2014 has been extended to 3 March, following requests from GPs struggling to meet the deadline with growing workload pressures.

There are £10,000 in prizes on offer for innovative surgeries whose projects and ideas could be replicated in similar practices across the UK.

The six categories cover all aspects of primary care, with the aim of reducing workload and improving patient services: click here to see the full list of categories.

The GP Enterprise Awards are organised by GP magazine and GPonline.com in association with the RCGP and sponsored by The MDU.

Each category winner will receive a cheque for £1,000 and a commemorative plaque for their surgery. We will then ask the readers of GP magazine and GPonline.com to vote for their overall favourite, who will win a further £4,000 and the MDU Enterprise Award. The overall winner will be presented with their prize at the RCGP’s annual awards day in November 2014.

Please use our online entry form to submit your entry. All we need is your contact details and a written submission of no more than 500 words, explaining what you did, why you did it, and what you achieved.

Find out more about how to enter and see the winning ideas from previous years at our GP Enterprise awards resource centre.

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