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Competition terms and conditions

This competition is open to all active clinicians within the Ieso network: clinicians who are currently inactive (determined as having no caseload with Ieso) are ineligible from participating in this competition.

Entries must be submitted by midnight on 30 September to be considered. Entries received after this deadline are not eligible.

Entries must be submitted in documents with one of the following file formats .doc, .docx, or .pdf. Winning entries will be displayed as formatted in the originally submitted file subject to limitations with publication format.

Entries longer than 1000 words will be disqualified.

The prize for first place is a £250 gift voucher, with three additional runner up prizes of £50 gift voucher each. There is no cash alternative.

Entries must not disclose any personal details about third parties without their prior written consent. Authors of winning entries must submit a copy of this written consent prior to publication in a future edition of Inside View. In particular, entries must not include patient details, including but not limited to Personally Identifiable Information or information disclosed within a therapy session.

The judges’ decision is final. There are no grounds provided for appeal against the decision.

By entering into this competition, you agree to grant a royalty-free licence to Ieso for the purposes of publishing your work in a future edition of Inside View. You also grant permission for Ieso to publish your work, either in full or part, and your name in future promotional materials.

Ieso Digital Health (UK) Limited is the Data Controller of the personal data you submit for this competition registered with the ICO. The legal basis for processing this information is that processing is necessary to allow you to enter the competition (performance of a contract) and to meet the legal requirements applicable to competitions (legal obligation). You have a number of rights, including the right to request access to, change, or remove your personal information - please see our privacy notices for more details and for storage information.

Our Data Protection Officer can be contacted by emailing You have a right to lodge a complaint with the UK Information Commissioner’s Office. Email or visit ICO website.

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