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Entrepreneurs in line for £2,000 prize

The cream of the crop of PBC practices and other primary care entrepreneurs are being sought in awards that will land winners a £2,000 prize.

The cream of the crop of PBC practices and other primary care entrepreneurs are being sought in awards that will land winners a £2,000 prize.

Launched by the National Association of Primary Care, the awards will recognise success in three categories:

• the most advanced PBC practice or consortium

• the most creative use of technology for the benefit of patients in primary care

• the best example in primary care of partnership working across health or social care, or both, including working with patients, local authorities, the voluntary sector and others.

Entrants must be from the primary or social care sectors; joint-sector or joint-partner entries are welcome.

All category winners will receive £2,000 and the overall winner of the most advanced PBC practice or consortium will also receive for one year the James Kingsland Award, named after the NAPC's GP chair.

Winners will be announced at a gala dinner to be held in Liverpool on 19 November.

Entries should outline in no more than 400 words how what they have done is replicable, cost-effective and of benefit to patients.

Send entries by 14 July to: Maggie Marum at NAPC, Lettsom House, 11 Chandos Street, London W1G 9DP.

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