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Clinical Excellence Awards 2020

UPDATE 24.06.2020 - ACCEA recognise that there will be twice as many renewal applications due in 2021 and that there is likely to be an increase in new applications, with the associated additional workload for employers, national nominating bodies and specialist societies and ACCEA itself. To mitigate this, ACCEA plan to open an extended application window in November 2020 and close it at the end of January 2021. 


UPDATE 06.05.2020 - COVID-19: update following the suspension of the 2020 competition for new and renewed Clinical Excellence Awards

UPDATE 27.03.2020 - COVID-19: update on 2020 Clinical Excellence Awards competition

COVID-19: suspension of 2020 Clinical Excellence Awards competition

View the letter from the BNMS Honorary Secretary, Dr Stewart Redman

If you feel you have made a significant contribution to Nuclear Medicine at regional,
national or international level, particularly involving the BNMS, send your application
form A in confidence c/o as soon as possible.

Find out more about applying here

Please select the link below for an update on application guidance

Application guidance



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