10th August 2016
Entering your first, second or 10th award can sometimes be a little overwhelming. Where do you start, what do you include, how much should you write? We want to make it easier for you and so have gathered tips from the experts, the people who will be judging your award entry. Look through […]
9th August 2016
With not long to go now, you may be adding the finishing touches to your entries. Here’s what to do when you’re ready to submit. You can send us your entries online As some files are rather large, we would recommend uploading them to fmcawards.wetransfer.com. The address is already filled in, all you […]
31st May 2016
After walking away with no less than four awards at the Dentistry Scotland Awards, Dentistry Scotland magazine spoke to Lindsay Gibson, practice principle at Hallcraig Dental Care, about the night. Seb Evans (SE): How does it feel to have won Practice of the Year, along with all your other awards? Lindsay Gibson (LG): Oh it’s […]
20th April 2016
This year entering is easier than ever. Simply go to the enter now page, fill in your details and tick the categories you would like to enter. You have until 22nd August to compile your entries and send them to us. Even better, entry is absolutely free of charge until 15th July (thereafter entry will […]
20th April 2016
Click here to see the official Dentistry Scotland Awards 2015 video.
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Presented by FMC
All entrants must be from Scotland and GDC registered practitioners.
All entries must be electronic, either sent using an online file sharing service or on a USB stick.
All entrants work must be predominantly performed in the UK to be eligible (If entering Best Community or Charity Project, the charitable work doesn’t need to be performed in the UK but the entrants practice must be based in the UK)
Entrants must submit only one entry per category per practice for team or practice categories.
Entrants must submit only one entry per person for individual categories.
Entries will not be returned.
Practice must enter as individual practices and not as a company.