The SKINPACT Awards aim to inspire dermatologists and other doctors with an interest in dermatology, to develop and help implement voluntary projects that support a sustainable dermatology community.
The awards are sponsored by the pharmaceutical company Galderma who, for the 2016 SkinPact Awards Programme, was working in partnership with CILAD.
Grants will be awarded to support new projects, which fall under the categories of ‘Community Leadership’ and ‘Excellence in Education’. Project proposals can be led by medical associations, societies, institutions, academies, and other related healthcare organizations located in Asia Pacific and covering areas such as patient support, access to care, and community education.
An idea is sparked and a project proposal submitted
Our international Expert Panel of dermatologists has the difficult task of shortlisting all of the proposals per region.
Shortlisted proposals are launched to the international community for voting; the result of which will contribute towards deciding who wins funding to help implement their project.
The 2017 will be awarded between June and December 2017.
Learn more about the two award categories and the types of project proposals we’re looking for below.
Within each there are some “sample ideas.” However these are in no way designed to limit or influence project submissions:
Proposals for projects under this category should take a fresh and sustainable approach to improving the lives of patients with skin conditions, these could include:
Proposals for projects under this category should be aimed at educating healthcare and public communities about skin health issues in a sustainable manner, these could include:
All proposals must:
– Be voluntary initiatives that will demonstrate a real benefit to the skin health community
– Be a currently ongoing project or a new project idea ready to start in 2017-2018
– Be implementable by the team proposing the project
– Include quantifiable measures of success
– Include a project leader who is a qualified dermatology health care professional or scientist
Projects providing benefits to patients by virtue of a medical treatment will not be considered.
For more information please read the full Terms and Conditions
The project proposals will be shortlisted by experts in dermatology and then voted upon by the international dermatology community via the Galderma SkinPact website.
The Expert Panel will be looking for, but are not limited to, the following aspects of a project proposal:
The potential of the project to:
The Expert Panel are a group of internationally renowned and independent expert dermatologists from across the globe who will play the important role of shortlisting the proposals.