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Nominations open: 2017 VHA Annual Awards

Posted 03 August 2017

Nominations for the 2017 VHA Annual Awards open today.

The awards - to be presented at the VHA Annual Conference cocktail function at the MCG - have been invigorated to offer new categories and significant prizes.

VHA CEO Tom Symondson said the award categories will focus on innovation and highlight organisations which have challenged the norm.

“These awards are an acknowledgement of the great work being done in the public health sector. I encourage member health services to nominate,” Mr Symondson said today.

The awards will highlight the growing scope of innovation in VHA member organisations and showcase excellence.

Finalist for the 2017 VHA Annual Awards will be required to present their submission via a poster in the conference’s exhibition space.The winners will be announced on 5 October.

Shortlisted finalists will be invited to attend the 2017 VHA Annual Conference: Humanity in health.

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