Awards for Excellence 2018 entry form

Our awards recognise exceptional practice in the care and support of people with macular disease and the dedication of the volunteers and fundraisers who make our work possible.

Rules
1. Anyone may make a nomination but individuals and teams may not nominate themselves.
2. A person may make more than one nomination.
3. Employees of the Society, its trustees, those providing professional services to the Society and services provided by the Society are not eligible for the awards.
4. Society staff and trustees may make nominations.
5. Each nomination should have a proposer who should clearly state their relationship to the nominee, for example patient, colleague, friend, family member.
6. Each nomination must be entered on the official form or via the below form.
7. The achievements for which the individual or team is being nominated must relate to their work with people with macular disease.
8. The judges’ decisions are final. The judging panel may seek further information from a nominee if necessary.

Closing date for entries was 31 May 2018
Winners will be notified by 27  July 2018

The awards will be presented on 22 September 2018 at the Macular Society’s annual conference in London.

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You can enter one or more entries, up to a maximum of one per category.

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Judging information

These awards are for eye care professionals or teams who provide exceptionally good practice in the diagnosis, treatment or support of people with macular disease.

In your entry please tell us: 

  • How welcome and at ease you are made to feel and what emotional support you receive 
  • Whether the person or team uses innovative practices used to improve care such using new technology or new ways of working 
  • How well informed you feel about your condition and/or treatment and care
  • Whether the nominee is active in research for the benefit of people with macular conditions
  • Whether the nominee is involved in other activities for the benefit of people with macular conditions
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Chairman's Award judging information

The Chairman’s Awards celebrate the work of the Society’s volunteers and fundraisers. Many dedicated people help us deliver our services and raise money for us. Without them we cannot continue our vital work to support people with macular conditions and fund research to find a cure.

In your entry please tell us:

  • What makes your nominee special?
  • What do they do and how much time do they devote to their role(s)?
  • What do they do and how much time do they devote to their role(s)?
  • What difference have they made to the lives of people with macular disease?

 

 

To complete entries for other categories please tick the relevant nomination category above.