Impact of the year award
Applications are closed
We wish to award work with the highest impact on improving people’s lives, through use of data. Nominate your own or someone else’s impact on clinical practice or policy, algorithms, software, publications etc for HDR UK Impact of the Year – to be announced at the HDR UK Scientific Conference.
What is your most impactful output of the last 12 months?
We’ll be looking for impact that embodies HDR UK’s values and takes an important step towards HDR UK’s mission of uniting health data to enable discoveries that improve people’s lives.
Algorithms, software, tools, digital resources, policy or practice change exemplar, publications and pre-prints relating to health data research are all eligible for Impact of the Year. They should have been developed (at least in part) in the last year. They may have been developed by one individual or a team working as part of HDR UK or beyond.
Impacts must have involved and engaged patients/service users, carers and the public at each appropriate stage of the research life cycle.
The winning impact will be selected by a panel of experts, whose decisions will be based on the criteria below. Nominees will be shortlisted prior to the HDR UK Scientific Conference, and then the overall winner will be announced at the event itself.
We are looking for work with the highest impact on improving people’s lives, through use of data. Please provide clear evidence of the following criteria:
- Impact at scale
- Generating novel insights
- Collaborative working
- High quality public and patient involvement
- Equality, diversity and inclusion
- Alignment and relevance to HDR UK’s mission
- Alignment to HDR UK values
James O’Shaughnessy, House of Lords (Chair)
Arun Sujenthiran, Flatiron Health
Ben Johnson, SpringerNature (Public and Patient Representative)
Munisa Hashimi, Brunel University (Public and Patient Representative)
Samantha Ip, University of Cambridge
Vasa Curcin, Kings College London
- Engraved glass trophy
- 1 half-day professional training session of choice including consultation and follow-up with HDR UK’s Learning and Development Manager
- Featured case study professionally written and published on HDR UK website and promoted on HDR UK social media channels.
28/07/22 Open for nominations and applications
15/09/22, 17:00 BST Deadline for nominations
23/09/22, 17:00 BST Deadline for applications
14/11/22 Shortlisted candidates announced
13/12/22 Pre-conference dinner – shortlisted candidates are invited to attend
14/12/22 Winner announced at HDR UK Scientific Conference
If you have any questions, please email email@example.com.
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