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(AGENPARL) – UNITED KINGDOM, mer 09 dicembre 2020

9 December 2020

Nominations for the next Advancing Healthcare Awards (AHA) in 2021 are now underway, with entries closing on 15th March.

The prestigious Advancing Healthcare Awards recognise and celebrate the work of allied health professionals, healthcare scientists and pharmacists and those who work alongside them in support roles, leading innovative healthcare practice across the UK – now more than ever it’s important to recognise, celebrate and reward this work. 

Submitting an entry into the Awards, whether that’s the UK Awards or one of the regional Awards programmes, presents a unique opportunity to shine a spotlight on the amazing work of these dedicated healthcare professionals and to be part of the Advancing Healthcare Awards community and networks.

The IBMS is proud to once again sponsor the AH award for Biomedical Scientist of the Year, which celebrates an exceptional biomedical scientist who has used their skills and expertise to advance practice in an innovative and impactful way, making a real difference to patients’ lives and inspiring those around them.

To enter

You can nominate yourself or a colleague through the AH Awards website by 5 pm on 15 March 2021

Entrants must show evidence of:

  • measurable achievement
  • leadership and team working
  • impact on patient care 
Biomedical Scientist of the Year 2020

Upon winning this year, IBMS Fellow and consultant Biomedical Scientist Dr Guy Orchard, said:

It is a tremendous honour to receive this award. I was nominated in respect of two innovations I researched in my laboratory and which are now commercially available products worldwide. I feel very strongly when people say that biomedical scientists do not do research, we definitely do and our work has the potential to make a significant contribution to our diagnostic services.

I was therefore delighted when my laboratory-based research and product innovations received this recognition by my peers and my professional body.”

IBMS Licentiate Micsha Costa, also scooped an AHA award, in the ‘Rising Star’ category, for her “dedication and hard work” .

You can see the highlights of last year’s award ceremony below.

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We wish all of our members the best of luck with their applications.

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