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The BEST/BSAS awards 2013

A Call for Nominations

The Wales Deanery has recently launched the BEST/BSAS Awards 2013, (Information Leaflet below). The BEST Awards panel are calling for, in all specialties, trainees to nominate a General Practitioner, Consultant, Dentist or SAS Doctor who has, in their opinion, demonstrates excellence in the role of Educational Supervisor/Trainer in the last 12 months.

There are four categories as follows:

  • Primary Care BEST Award
  • Secondary Care BEST Award
  • Innovation in Education (SAS) Award
  • Clinical Service Innovation (SAS) Award

The winner of each category will be recognised at an Awards Dinner on the evening of 30 April 2014 in The Royal Welsh Collage of Music & Drama in Cardiff, where they will receive an award along with a £5,000 Medical Educational Bursary.

For further details on how to nominate please the attached leaflet.  Also attached is the link to the nomination form for you to complete.

To nominate..

https://www.surveys.cardiff.ac.uk/bestawards13

We look forward to hearing from you shortly and thank you in advance for your interest.

 pdfBESTleaflet_2013.pdf

Prof Derek Gallen

Postgraduate Dean

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