- £300 and the winning candidate will be invited to present the innovation when receiving the prize at the Otology Section event in February 2020
Sunday 8 December 2019
Trainees and consultants in Otology
The interpretation of Innovation will be broad-based, this could be technical, such as a new device or instrument, a new procedure or original modification of a procedure or a new and original organisational development. Candidates are asked to describe an innovation that they have been personally involved in devising in the past 5 years.
- A description of no more than 1000 words and if appropriate will include images and or drawings of the innovation. The application should be structured as below:
- A description of the innovation and the costs to date and/or estimated in the future budget
- The difference it makes/will make to patient care and evidence for this. How does it compare with current similar devices or best practice? Consider safety, Is there any evidence it could adversely impact health
- Include any published evidence on the innovation including evidence to support its impact
- Has the innovation already been disseminated or marketed beyond the innovator? Is it being used or still being used? if not, why not?
- Please acknowledge others who have contributed to the development of the innovation and describe their role and involvement