Poster presenters must be available on the day and are asked to ensure that their posters are in place as early as possible - no later than Opportunity to present research work and case reports to a knowledgeable and critical audience at a Section meeting. Abstracts should be submitted of no more than words. Papers accepted would be considered for publication in the JRSM. Candidates will receive a certificate for being shortlisted and a winner will be commended for the best poster.
A word abstract on their original research in any field of ortho paedic surgery. The structure for the abstract must include an introduction, methods, results and discussion. Applicants will be required to state their role and acknowledge co-contributors in their research. Confirmation must be obtained from the senior author for the study to be submitted.
Please note research presented must not be presented at a previous conf erence or published in the literature. Submit a word abstract describing original not previously published work exploring clinical case studies and case reports. Shortlisted candidates will be invited to present their work at an Orthopaedics meeting and attend the dinner following the event.
Submit a word case summary related to the topic: "Paediatric emergency medicine". Prize: 3 prizes for oral presentations and a poster prize. These will be awarded at the Evidence and Impact session on Wednesday 16 December Applicants are asked to submit an essay or case study of no more than 2, words that follows the title: Has COVID changed the way we think about a good death? The winning submission must be available to present at the Palliative Care Section meeting on Monday 13 December Runners up may be invited to present a poster at this event.
All medical students and trainees in pain medicine up to APT level, submissions from trainees of other specialities will also be accepted. Submissions from all medical students and trainees in pain medicine up to APT level are invited for the Andrew Lawson Prize in pain medicine.
The title of the essay this year is "What can be done to prevent pain? Essays should be no longer than words. For guidance please follow this link. Application guidelines Applicants are invited to submit an abstract up to words on all plastic surgery related topics. When submitting an abstract, please state whether you would like to be considered for a poster or oral presentation. Please note only one presenter can present for each oral presentation.
Open to Medical students, foundation and specialist trainees. Human immunodeficiency virus HIV is a blood-borne virus. HIV can be transmitted in various ways like sexual intercourse, shared intravenous drug paraphernalia, and mother-to-child transmission MTCT , which can occur during the birth process or during breastfeeding. You have been appointed by the health secretory to work as a specialist in Public Health England.
Your task is to advise health secretory about the strategies and interventions including behaviour modification to reduce HIV transmission in the UK. Shortlisted candidates will be invited to present their essay at the "HIV training day" section meeting on Friday 19 February For any queries regarding the essay, please contact Dr Huda Taha- Consultant physician, huda. The aim of this prize is to promote discussion and understanding of sleep medicine and its relevance to current medical practice.
The three highest-scoring essays will be shortlisted for 1st, 2nd and 3rd prize respectively. The entrant awarded the 1st prize will be invited to deliver a presentation on the topic of their essay at a Sleep Section meeting at the Royal Society of Medicine. Submit a word essay on the topic of event and expedition medicine, with the following title: Innovative technology in event and expedition medicine The essay should focus on novel ideas and technologies and their use in the context of providing medical cover for sporting events or expeditions.
The work should be supported by references where appropriate. Open to: Students and trainees, allied health professionals and intercalated students. The Sidney Linton Prize is an opportunity for students to explore novel ways to teach cardiology through peer-produced resources. For this prize we ask participants to take a pre-determined theme and identify different ways to convey the information in the form of an e-resource for a medical student audience.
Possible submission styles include but are not limited to : Poster A3 , A4 leaflet, video submission, podcast, audio recording. It is designed to test the understanding of participants of core material as well as their ability to convey the information they decide to include.
Submit a word abstract on original research undertaken during your undergraduate studies. The main author must be highlighted in the paper and only one submission per author can be submitted. The abstracts should be clearly structured into introduction, methods, results and conclusion sections. They should also include the title of the poster, the presenting author's name, any other authors and their professional role and affiliation.
Shortlisted candidates will be required to create an online poster for their presentation in widescreen PowerPoint size which will be displayed at the RSM National Finals Conference in March Candidates should submit clinical case reports detailing original work. The report should be no longer words and have a maximum of 5 references. Shortlisted candidates will be expected to present their papers at a Surgery Section meeting on Tuesday 2 November Submit a word abstract on a topic relating to the Venous Forum annual meeting.
The abstract should be structured to include aims, methods, results and conclusions. Shortlisted candidates will be asked to present an oral presentation at a Venous Forum meeting. A selection of submissions that not shortlisted for oral presentation will be invited to present a poster at the meeting.
Students or postgraduates of 5 years standing from disciplines involved in care of older people. The essay, a literature review and discussion, should be maximum words excluding references on any aspect of ageing or the health and care of older people. The decision of the judges shall be final and the award shall be made on their recommendation by the Council of the Section.
Submission of abstracts of no more than words. The abstracts are required to have a clinical context and be in the form of a case presentation which and usually in the form of case presentations which demonstrate difficult diagnostic or management problems relevant to older people. Please include your essay under the abstract section on the submission form. The John Horder Student Award will be given annually to a student who has participated in learning within the community and can demonstrate outstanding principles of collaborative working.
Guidelines and marking criteria. References to the literature must be included. The submitting team, or individual, is asked to produce one document in font size 12 with reference to supporting literature consisting of:.
The above three areas form the basis for the assessment criteria to award the prize. There is a limit of words excluding references and headings. The award will be presented alternatively by the two organisations. Representatives from the successful team will be asked to give a presentation based on their submission at a CAIPE event later in date to be confirmed. The principles of collaborative working.
Candidates will need to provide evidence that they applied the following principles of collaborative working: i Focused on the needs of individuals, families and communities to improve their quality of care, health outcomes and wellbeing in the practice environment ii Respected individuality, difference and diversity within and between the professions and all with whom they learned and worked iii Enabled the professions involved to learn with, from and about each other to optimise exchange of experience and expertise.
Students are asked to produce a reflective essay of no more than 1, words in font size 12 entitled 'Covid from your experience how has this affected the patient experience and your training as a doctor'. The prize will be awarded to a student who demonstrates a deeper insight and self-awareness on the impact of the pandemic on themselves, other health care professionals and patients. All three prize winners will be invited to attend the in-person prize meeting on 20 October The 1st prize winner will be expected to give a presentation of their work at the meeting and must be available to attend.
My membership Offers and discounts Reciprocal clubs Engage member magazine Manage my membership. Application guidelines Submit an essay describing original research, quality improvement projects, systemic review or another piece of work not a case report , in which you are one of the first 3 authors.
Application guidelines Submit an essay describing original research, a quality improvement projects or systemic review, or another piece of work not a case report in which you are one of the first 3 authors on the topic of obstetric anaesthesia. Application guidelines Submit an essay describing original research, audit or a case report that you have played an important part in.
Submission deadline Application deadlines are twice annually on 31 January and 31 July. All presenters will receive a certificate after the event. Application guidelines Submit a word abstract on a literature review or case study on urticaria. Application guidelines Applicants are invited to submit no more than word summaries of research which they have carried out. Students studying other specialities may submit their work to be considered for presentation purposes but are NOT eligible for the prize Submission deadline: 7th September Poster presentation: Poster designs should be submitted electronically for consideration.
In addition, please provide: A letter of support from your current institution or a local placement A summary of where and when the placement will be taken Full details of any other scholarship awards, bursaries and financial support procured for the purpose of the placement The winner will be required to give a minute presentation at a Critical Care Medicine meeting. Applications should consist of a summary of the project, its relevance to emergency medicine and what the prize money would be spent on max words.
The winning applicant will be invited to present their work at a future meeting of the Emergency Medicine Section once the project is completed. Submission deadline 3 April Meeting date Friday 24 June Open to Students, nurses and doctors all grades working in Emergency Departments Application guidelines The aim of this prize is to recognise and promote educational initiatives in Emergency Departments. This prize is to contribute towards the cost of an elective abroad, with the intention of gaining experience in the practice of emergency medicine.
Applications should provide details of the proposed elective abroad in no more than words. Applications should be accompanied by a current CV. Clinical cases: the abstract should describe the presentation, investigations and management of the clinical case. The author should discuss the significance or relevance of the case, and any take home messages. Research abstracts: any original research including literature review is accepted.
Abstract should contain the title, introduction, method, results and discussion. Submission deadline Thursday 1 July Open to Medical students and trainees. Application guidelines GP registrars and medical students should submit a structured abstract of no more than words outlining the proposed content of their poster.
The topics for include: Management of the acutely unwell patient Orthopaedic problems Genetic testing Antimicrobial prescribing The health effects of climate change The well-being of health care workers Innovations in Primary Care during the Covid pandemic Integrating health and social care for the vulnerable in society. Trainees apply here Medical students apply here. Essays should be between 3, - 5, words and the standard should be comparable to a third year dissertation.
A word summary should also be submitted along with the full essay. This should not merely be an abstract; it should outline not only the topic under discussion, the aims and principal conclusions of your research, but also the sources you have consulted.
Preliminary short-listing of the essays will be performed on the basis of these summaries. Application guidelines The section invites medical students to submit clinical abstracts in the area of clinical research, case series or individual case histories. Shortlisted applicants will be invited to present their poster at a future Odontology Section meeting.
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Home Professionals Training and Education Prizes, grants and fellowships. Prizes, grants and fellowships BAPRAS encourages further education and the development of plastic surgery skills and knowledge through its various awards, grants and prizes. These have been established over the years and are intended to offer a range of opportunities to plastic surgeons throughout their careers.
This section covers those awards offered through BAPRAS and also those plastic surgery awards offered by other organisations There are a number of awards that have now closed but details of who received these awards during their operation can still be viewed in this section. Sorry, your browser isn't supported Please click here to find out about upgrading.