The Oral Health Project of the Year Award recognises public oral health projects that bring value to patient care and improve health outcomes.
Top Tip 1: Plan what you are going to write about the nominee before you start. Find three focus points and construct around a 75 word paragraph for each.
Top Tip 2: Include relevant (and brief) statistical data to back up claims made regarding treatment and patient satisfaction outcomes.
Any specific oral health project being undertaken in Victoria’s public dental clinics can be nominated, including those undertaken by public dental teams within public hospitals in metropolitan and regional areas.
Projects should demonstrate the value they bring to patient care and how they improve health outcomes that matter to patients with minimal waste of time and resources. Projects can include but are not limited to:
Previous winners are not eligible for re-nomination for five years.
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Tell us about the project you are nominating
In 700 words or less*, please outline how your nominated project has shown excellence in public dentistry.
The judging panel will take into account the following considerations in reaching their decision:
*Submissions exceeding the 700 word limit will be deemed ineligible.
We encourage you to include supporting documentation with your nomination. Supporting documents can include references, biographies, newspaper articles etc.
By providing these documents the panel will have a better understanding of why you think your nominee should be selected. All documentation will be retained by Dental Health Services Victoria.
If you're unable to upload your documents or files here, please post or email email@example.com.
You may upload up to five supporting files. Please do not upload material larger than 5 MB.
Only the following file formats will be accepted:
Please provide two high resolution images representative of the nominated project. These images may be used in promotional material and at the DHSV AGM and awards presentation.
Last updated: 2019-09-17