The World Stroke Day Campaign Awards recognize and promote best practice in raising awareness and building commitment to address of key issues in stroke prevention, treatment and support.
We welcome submissions and nominations for awards in each of the categories listed below. Nominations are open until the 21st December 2018.
To apply for an Award, click on the relevant award category and complete the online application form.
Award winners will be featured on the World Stroke Campaign website, media and social media channels, will receive free annual membership of the World Stroke Organization which facilitates free access to the International Journal of Stroke and World Stroke Academy education resources.
This award category celebrates individuals whose commitment, creativity and achievement have raised awareness of the key theme of World Stroke Day stroke prevention, treatment and care on World Stroke Day.
Stroke is on the rise globally with low and middle-income countries making up an increasing proportion of the global stroke burden. Low public awareness of stroke prevention, issues with healthcare system capacity and limited financial resources pose particular challenges to campaigns in these countries. We want to recognize the dedication and impact of organizations in these countries have made to overcome barriers and raise awareness of stroke prevention treatment and care issues among the public, healthcare professions and policy makers.
With high stroke prevalence, massive competition for public attention and resources - as well as increasing demands for information, support and services -high-income countries don't have it easy when World Stroke Day comes around. Gaining public attention and using the day to influence policy requires high levels of creativity, strategic planning and faultless delivery. We want to recognize the work of organizations in these countries to raise awareness of stroke as a national and global issue.
All awards are judged based on the following criteria to score entries:
- Consistency with and application of the World Stroke Day theme
- Success of the campaign in reaching local objectives
- Creativity and innovation in overcoming challenges and barriers
- Campaign targeting, reach and impact