VIENNA, Austria, February 17, 2010
- The prize With a EUR 3,000 Endowment for Outstanding Reporting on NewCosmetic Surgery Will be Awarded for the First Time on 31 October 2010.
The "New Cosmetic Surgery" Journalism Prize will be awarded by the ClinicDDr. Heinrich for outstanding reporting on New Cosmetic Surgery techniques.
The contribution should be well-researched, with emphasis on generallegal requirements and the interdisciplinary aspects of cosmetic surgery.Cosmetic surgery is not taught in public hospitals, but in private medicalinstitutions and associations such as the American Academy of CosmeticSurgery. It is open to competent practitioners in any medical specialtyworldwide.
New Cosmetic Surgery employs gentle techniques from all branches ofmedicine (surgery, internal medicine, dermatology) and has thus developedinto an interdisciplinary cosmetic and rejuvenation therapy. Main pillarsinclude autologous stem cells, Hormonal Regeneration(R) with bioidenticalhormones, and minimally invasive cosmetic interventions such as microcannularliposuction. The techniques of New Cosmetic Surgery should be presented inlayperson's terms.
The contribution must be written in German, English, French, or Spanish,and have been published in a print medium or broadcasted on radio ortelevision for the first time between 1 March 2010 and 30 September 2010.Contributions from electronic media, commentaries, books, and mere newsrehashes will not be considered.
Editors and reporters from all nations are eligible. The Clinic DDr.Heinrich Journalism Prize comes with a EUR 3,000 endowment, and will beawarded for a single contribution. The winner will be notified by e-mail.
A closed panel of medical, journalism, and legal experts will choose thewinner. The panel reserves the right to exclude individual contributions atits discretion. Panel decisions are binding and may not be appealed.Application details: http://www.ddrheinrich.com/journalism-prize/. Contact: Clinic DDr. Heinrich(R) Herfried Wagner mailto: [email protected]
SOURCE Clinic DDr. Heinrich