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Given the current intensity of activity across the Healthcare industry as it leads the fight against COVID-19, and the necessary forward planning to deliver a safe and successful event, we believe that running the Omnia Health Awards in 2021 will be in the best interests of all participants and will ensure the quality of experience and positive participation that has come to be expected.
The exact dates and schedule for the awards will be announced as soon as we conclude our discussions with stakeholders and local authorities.
Taking place on the first day of Global Health, the inaugural Omnia Health Awards will celebrate outstanding achievements in healthcare this coming September in Riyadh and will set a tone of celebration for the exhibition.
Celebrating outstanding achievements in healthcare, the Omnia Health Exhibition will have its inaugural awards season this coming Septemberin Riyadh. The awards will honour and reward outstanding institutional and individual achievements, both in the region and globally.
This is your opportunity to showcase your own award-worthy work and achievements, or nominate a colleague, institution or organization to celebrate their success. Learn more about the categories for the awards below and submit a nomination today.
This award is presented to the organization, department or person who has made the greatest contribution to support clinical treatment and care with the use of IT.
This award will recognise an outstanding healthcare professional that has made a significant contribution to the healthcare industry in the Middle East. These contributions, whether they have been in research, leadership, innovation or mentorship, must have had a lasting impact in the region and must have demonstrated a lifetime commitment to develop the industry.
Individuals may be nominated by a company or a peer who must detail why they feel the nominee deserves to be recognised for their achievements.
This award is presented to a woman that has made a great contribution to the healthcare industry, through innovation, inspirational leadership, and excellence.
This award aims to recognise outstanding young talent working within the broader healthcare communications sector, who, at an early stage in his or her career, has demonstrated real potential for achieving great things, either as a generalist or a specialist.
Review criteria - All applicants will be evaluated according to the following:
Submit at least 3 letters of recommendation as follows:
Entries must include a print quality colour photograph of the nominee.
Shortlisted entrants will be invited to present to an independent judging panel on 19 September 2020. They will be required to give a short presentation on their entry and will then be asked questions by the judges relating to their career to date.
For clarification on these terms and conditions, please contact: