Entering the Awards
About the awards
The Military and Civilian Health Partnership Awards are a partnership between the Ministry of Defence and the Health Departments of Northern Ireland, England, Scotland and Wales.
The Awards in 2013 are being hosted by the Welsh Government.
There are 8 categories in all, covering the wide range of skills that our health and social care personnel exhibit, sometimes in extreme circumstances and environments.
You can choose to recognise a team working in primary or acute healthcare, in social care, in management or in research, at home or overseas. Or you can nominate a special individual contribution that has made a real difference to the lives of patients or to the quality of a service. Everyone involved in the delivery of care can enter, or be entered. In particular, these awards are about strong, effective, modern partnerships and relationships.
Take a look with your colleagues and think about a piece of work, an individual or team, you would like to put forward.
Good practice should always be recognised.
Who can enter
You may enter if you are a military, NHS, independent or voluntary sector health or social care worker, either on an individual or team basis. Anyone can nominate an achiever/achievement.
Your entry must have benefited the care of a member or members of the Armed Forces (including the Reserves), their families or Service veterans.
Read the Nomination Guidelines for more information.