BMJ Awards South Asia 2018 - Categories
This year, BMJ Awards South Asia 2018 brings to you ten categories. We present to you a diverse and egalitarian mix of categories spanning healthcare quality, medical education, technological innovation and research, and clinical excellence. We hope the winners and finalists of these categories will demonstrate true potential to influence change and improve health outcomes in South Asia.
This award celebrates a team that has innovated to improve health outcomes for patients while still lowering costs. This innovation may use new processes or technology or use existing ones in novel ways. The innovation may include digital health tools, medical devices, diagnostic techniques, new care pathways, use of informatics to raise standards of care.
Expanding healthcare access is a critical priority in the South Asian region. This award seeks to recognize teams who have made significant contributions to improving health care quality through a specific project. Our expert panel is seeking examples of scalable quality improvement activities that have led to measurable improvements in health outcomes.
Post Graduate training is the foundation for a career in Clinical research. Planning and publishing a thesis is a very important milestone in the career of a clinician-researcher. We aim to celebrate this very important activity that forms the backbone of clinical research in our region. The expert panel of judges will be looking for a thesis that most demonstrates:
This award recognizes original research that has the potential to contribute significantly to improving health and healthcare. We would be looking for a research paper that demonstrates:
This award recognizes a medical education program which has deployed a novel and innovative methodology in educating South Asian healthcare professionals. The program should have successfully improved performance and should be capable of adoption on a larger scale.
Mental Health problems in South Asia is often considered a silent epidemic. This award celebrates a team of healthcare professionals in South Asia that has been active in last two years for making integrated Mental Health Services affordable and accessible. We will be looking at how you’ve used innovative approaches to making improvements and how you’ve involved patients and the wider healthcare team in your project.
South Asia suffers from a huge burden of non-communicable diseases. This award is for a South Asian team that has been active in last two year for making care for non-communicable diseases affordable and accessible. We seek to recognize a team of health care professionals who have succeeded in bringing a demonstrable impact to the delivery of care for non-communicable diseases in the region.
Our panel of judges is looking for an innovative project from a South Asian surgical team that has measurably improved surgical care for either patients and their caregivers or has made an impact on a wider population. We welcome submissions from teams who submit projects with impact on uniquely regional healthcare problems.
South Asian region lags behind the world in indices of maternal and child health (MCH). This award celebrates a team of healthcare professionals in South Asia that has been active in last two years for making integrated Maternal & Child Health Services affordable and accessible. We will be looking at how you’ve used innovative approaches to making improvements and how you’ve involved patients and the wider healthcare team in your project.
South Asian region suffers not only from non-communicable diseases but also has an immense burden of communicable diseases. This award celebrates a team in South Asia that has been active in last two years for making care for communicable diseases affordable and accessible. We seek to recognize a team of healthcare professionals who have been able to bring a demonstrable impact on the delivery of care for communicable diseases in the region.