RCPsych in Scotland Prizes
RCPsych in Scotland Research Prize 2017
We are now accepting submissions for the 2017 Research Prize.
Sadly we did not receive sufficient submissions for the 2016 prize
and so it has been decided that the prize money would be
rolled over into 2017. There is therefore a prize of £1000 is
available this year, to be presented at the Autumn Meeting in
September. Winners will be expected to present their work at a
future meeting of RCPsychiS. Click here
for more information.
RCPsych in Scotland Research Prize 2015
Won by Dr Tom Russ with his paper "Geographical Variation in
Dementia: Examining the Role of Environmental Factors in Sweden and
Scotland". Dr Russ will present his paper at a future meeting
of the RCPsychiS.
RCPsych in Scotland Research Prize 2014
Won by Dr Adam Polnay with his paper "Group therapy for people
with bulimia nervosa:systematic review and meta-analysis". Dr
Polnay presented his paper at the RCPsychiS Autumn meeting in
RCPsych in Scotland Research Prize 2013
Won by Dr Tom Russ with his paper "Association between
psychological distress and mortality: individual participant pooled
analysis of 10 prospective cohort studies." Dr
Russ presented his paper at the RCPsychiS 20th
Anniversary meeting on Friday 3rd October 2014.
RCPsych in Scotland Research Prize 2012
Won by Dr Alasdair Rooney with his paper "Frequency, Clinical
Associations, and Longitudinal Course of Major Depressive Disorder
in Adults With Cerebral Glioma"
RCPsych in Scotland Research Prize 2011
Won by Dr Millia Begum with her paper "Olfactory reference
syndrome: a systematic view of the world literature"
RCPsych in Scotland Research Prize 2010
Won by Dr Hilda Ho with her paper " Violence risk assessment:
the use of PCL-SV, HCR-20 and VRAG to predict violence in mentally
disordered offenders discharged from a medium secure unit in