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Which Medical Device of the Year 2011

Now open for nominations!
Nominate a product now and you have the chance to win 6 months access to ALL 670+ SAGE Journals Online!*

 

Which Medical Device, in partnership with SAGE, invite you to tell us which device you think should receive a Device of the Year Award 2011.

We're asking our members and friends to nominate the crucial medical device you just can't live without!

Launched in 2010, Which Medical Device (www.whichmedicaldevice.com) is the only online review site to provide independent, expert opinion and reviews of medical devices. It was created by clinicians for clinicians enables medical professionals to search, locate, review and compare medical devices for their specialities. The site also provides extensive video footage of devices in use. This dynamic site enables members to exchange opinions and insights that will help them to select devices to optimize patient outcomes.

Nominate your favourite device here, it is simple and quick and you will be entered into a prize draw to win a 6 month online subscription to ALL SAGE Journals Online*, courtesy of SAGE.

So if you can you think of a device that deserves recognition - whether it's because it's simple to use, does the job better than any other, shows real innovation or, most importantly, because it transforms the lives of patients, then submit your nomination now!

There will be one winner and one runner up from each device category, Cardiology, Orthopaedics and Interventional Radiology and the deadline for nominations is 31st of December so get yours in fast!

Our expert panel of judges will review the nominations and announce the winners early in the New Year.

Nominate a device online here!

*Terms and conditions apply please visit the Which Medical Device website for details.

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