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Hints & Tips

Need help completing your C+D Award entry? Look no further! We’ve compiled a series of hints and tips to give your entry the best chance of winning . We have the top 10 tips on how to boost your entry, the dos and don’ts of completing an entry, and things to consider before you start.

Good luck! We can’t wait to read them!

tips to boost your entry

  1. Read the category description and questions carefully
    Make sure you provide all of the requested information.
  2. Plan your entry well in advance of the deadline
    Gather the necessary information and decide on the key points you want to tell the judges in each section. Don’t leave it all to the last minute.
  3. Make sure your entry is tailored to the correct category
    If an identical entry is submitted in two categories, it will only be considered for one – even if it is relevant for both.
  4. Don't leave it to the judges to fill in the gaps
    Make sure you tell them if you are a prescriber, a pharmacist with a special interest, or that you only work part-time. Remember they can only judge you on what you tell them, so S P E L L it out.

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If you are unsure which category would best suit your entry, contact C+D’s editor at
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To get the rest of the tips, simply let us know which category you’re considering and we’ll send the hints and advice direct to your email; so you easily print them off.

Still need some help?

If you’re still looking for some inspiration, why not take a look at our 2017 winners to see what they did. We will also be publishing a series of follow - up stories on our winners over the coming weeks, so keep an eye on the C+D website – or sign up to our newsletters – for more.

If you need some assistance uploading your entry, take a look at our helpful FAQ page, contact charlotte.mamedy@ubm.com, or contact us about anything else.

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