The BMJ Awards 2017 – UK Research Paper 2017 now open for entry
This award recognises original UK research that could substantially improve health and healthcare
The expert panel of judges will be looking for a research paper that most demonstrates:
- Potential to help doctors make better decisions about clinical practice, public health, research methodology, or health policy
- Potential to improve health outcomes for patients and/or populations
- An important addition to previous knowledge
- Scientific robustness
- The research paper must have been published after 1 January 2016, in any journal including The BMJ
- The paper’s first or corresponding author must have been based in the UK at the time
- Papers may be nominated by anyone, including the paper’s authors
Please enter your details. For guidance, please see our FAQs.
The entry form is online and the application asks you to Tell the BMJ about the paper:
In no more than 500 words, please explain how the study fulfills the following criteria: potential to help doctors make better decisions about clinical practice, public health, research methodology, or health policy; potential to improve health outcomes for patients and/or populations and why it is an important addition to previous knowledge and scientific robustness.
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The BMJ awards 2017, in association with MDDUS, recognises and celebrates the inspirational work being carried out by UK doctors and their teams.
Entries close on 20th January 2017.