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BIA Clinical Excellence Awards - Update 10 July 2012
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BIA Clinical Excellence Awards - Update 23 September 2011
Uncertainty continues about whether there will be any new National Clinical Excellence Awards (CEA) in England/Wales/Northern Ireland in the 2100/12 round, and consultants who are considering submitting for an award this year should read the update on the ACCEA website:
Colleges and Nominating Bodies (including the BIA) have to assume that nominations will be invited for consideration. The BIA Committee expects to rank self nominations for new awards but not applications for renewals of awards. The BIA is allowed to make a limited number of ranked recommendations to the national committee for each level of award and assists in ranking processes for the Royal College of Physicians of London (but not the Royal College of Pathologists).
Consultants who have not already asked for BIA assistance this year should send their CVQs to me at
firstname.lastname@example.org, to arrive no later than 1800 hrs on Monday 3rd October. Please use the standard CVQ forms available from
Receipt of forms will be acknowledged and consultants will be informed in due course whether they have received support from the BIA committee.
RCPath Clinical Excellence Awards Scheme 2012
Even though ACCEA is currently under review by the DDRB, the ACCEA secretariat is working on the basis that the 2012 round will proceed as normal. The College therefore expects that it will be asked to nominate Fellows for national awards at the Bronze, Silver and Gold level. Professor Furness has asked that the usual regional mechanism for sifting applications prior to the national College ranking meeting on 27 October 2011 is re-instituted.
Hence if you wish to be considered by the RCPath for nomination to ACCEA for an award at the national level, would you please send your CVQ electronically to the Chair of the West Midlands regional RCPath ACCEA committee, Dr Alan Jones at email@example.com by 11 September 2011 at the very latest. Receipt of CVQs will be acknowledged by email.
The other members of the regional RCPath ACCEA committee are Professor Stefan Hubscher (Cellular Pathology), Dr Grace Smith (Microbiology/Virology, Dr Aarn Huissoon (Immunology) and Dr Peter Rose (Haematology).
More information about the process is available on the RCPath website at http://www.rcpath.org