How to Nominate
How to nominate
The nomination process has been designed to make it as easy as possible for individuals and organisations to write them, and to encourage their local MPs to submit them on their behalf. MPs will be encouraged to reach out to their local health and care organisations, as well as members of the public, to seek nominations.
However, we strongly recommend that you also take a proactive approach – using the time before the official launch on Wednesday 7th February to think about appropriate individuals or teams to put forward, and making contact with counterparts in partner organisations to ensure a co-ordinated approach where appropriate. You may, for appropriate categories, like to think about whether it would be a good idea to put forward winners from your own staff awards or other awards you may have entered.
There are ten categories in which you can put forward nominations – and you can do so in as many as you like. Each category will have three specific questions to guide the nominator, and a 300 word limit for each. This is a limit only; answers may be shorter. Shortlisted nominees will be invited to the Awards Ceremony on Wednesday 4th July, 12:45 - 15:00 in the Terrace Pavilion, House of Commons, Westminster.
If you are an MP and have not recieved your email inviting you to register to nominate, please contact email@example.com.
For Health and Care Organisations
Please click here to view the NHS England information pack and resource pack for health and care organisations.
Please submit your nomination using the correct template form below so that your MP or their staff have all the necessary information to hand, and can easily copy it into the official nomination form. The Lifetime Achievement Award requires a separate nomination form - for all other categories, please use the standard nomination form below.
Contact details for MPs can be found on the Parliament website.
CLICK TO DOWNLOAD - Template Cover Letter to your MP - Please do be aware that MPs’ inboxes and offices are very busy and that emails can often get missed; be prepared to phone ahead and/or follow up to make sure you’re on their radar.