Judges FAQ

 

I am having technical difficulties, who can help me?

We are happy to assist. Please email peAPEX@mjhlifesciences.com or call (609) 325 4882.

 

Do I have to create an account to vote on the campaigns?

Yes, in order to vote, you will need to create an account. 

 

How do I choose which category to vote on?

Please select the categories that best describe your healthcare specialty and review all finalist campaigns. 

 

Do I need to vote on both Unbranded and FDA-Regulated categories in my specialty?

Yes, please review and complete the SCORE criteria for both categories in your specialty, if available.

 

How is my vote being calculated?

Simply fill out the SCORE criteria for each campaign and your vote will be calculated to select the winner.

 

What are the judging criteria?

SCORE:

Please rate from 1 (least impressive) to 10 (most impressive)

Sound – Is the communication intuitive and clear?

Credible – Is the overall communication of the campaign credible?

Original – Is it unique compared to other ideas in the category?

Response – Does it inspire you to respond in some way?

Exciting – Is it exciting and attention-getting?

 

Who are eligible to vote?

MJH Life Sciences has invited an exclusive list of HCP’s in their specific categories to vote upon these campaigns. 

 

What timeframe do I have to complete voting?

Voting is open from June 29 to July 26 at 11:59 pm EDT.

 

Can I finish my voting later?

Yes, simply save your votes and log on later to finish reviewing the remaining campaigns. Please remember that voting closes on July 26 at 11:59 pm EDT.

 

May I vote on more than one category?

Yes, please feel free to vote on multiple categories.

 

How long will it take to review each submission?

It will take approximately 5 minutes to review each submission.

 

What are the final categories for voting?

Aesthetics/Dermatology

Cardiovascular 

Devices

Direct-to-Consumer: (Drug advertising and can include OTC therapies, nutraceuticals, vitamins, etc) Health and Wellness (FDA-Regulated)

Direct-to-Consumer: (Drug advertising and can include OTC therapies, nutraceuticals, vitamins, etc) Health and Wellness/Consumer (Unregulated)

Direct-to-Patient: (Disease and Drug Education-focused) Branded (FDA-Regulated)

Direct-to-Patient: (Disease and Drug Education-focused) Disease Awareness/Education (Unregulated) 

Hematology

Immunology

Metabolic

Oncology: Disease Awareness/Education (Unregulated)

Oncology:  (Disease and Drug Education-focused) Disease Awareness/Education (Unregulated)

Ophthalmology

Rare Disease: Branded (FDA-Regulated)

Rare Disease: Disease Awareness/Education (Unregulated)

Respiratory

Surgery

Women’s Health: Branded (FDA-Regulated)

Women’s Health: Disease Awareness/Education (Unregulated)