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Prizes in the South West Division

 

  • Innovation Prize
    For this year only, the format of this competition is changing.  Our 2014 Autumn Biannual Meeting is on the theme of innovation and we are seeking volunteers to present at an innovation clinic for advice, with the most interesting idea receiving a prize and certificate.  

    All Senior Psychiatrists and Psychiatric Trainees (individually or as a team) are invited to submit an example of innovation across the whole spectrum of modern psychiatric practice.  The competition is open to all Consultants, Associate Specialists, Specialty doctors, Lecturers, Senior Lecturers and Psychiatric Trainees in the South West Division who are either fellows, members or affiliates of the Royal College of Psychiatrists.  Those shortlisted will present their innovation at the Autumn Biannual Meeting on Friday 14 November and a prize of £500 will be awarded to the best entry.

    Closing date for entries: 12 September 2014 - Regulations and Entry Form

    Prize winner 2013
    Dr Mark Harrison

 

  • Divisional Poster Presentation Prize
    This prize is awarded at the Spring and Autumn Biannual Meetings and is open to all Trainees and SAS/ Specialist Doctors working within the South West Division and who are members/ affiliates of the Royal College on the closing date.  Entrants will be invited to display a poster at the Biannual Meeting and an abstract, which will be published in the Programme and Abstracts Booklet. A prize of £250 will be awarded to the overall winner and to the presentation demonstrating greatest innovation.  Further prize certificates will be awarded at the discretion of the Judges.

    Submissions should be on any aspect of psychiatry, e.g. a piece of research being undertaken, a new research project about to commence, or an audit.  The number of posters is limited and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.  Those considered for the award will be expected to stand by their poster during judging on the day.

    Closing date for entries: 10 October 2014 - Regulations and Entry Form


    Prize winners Spring 2014
    First Prize - Dr Elizabeth O'Mahony
    Innovation Prize - Dr Jason Hancock

    Prize winners Autumn 2013
    First Prize - Dr Leanne Hayward
    Judges Prize - Dr Caroline Guest; Dr Dominic Rousseau
    Innovation Prize - Dr Rosemary Herbert 

     

  • Foundation and Medical Students Poster Prize
    This prize is awarded at the Spring and Autumn Biannual Meetings and is open to all Foundation Year Doctors and Medical Students who are members or Student Associates of the Royal College and are working in the South West Division on the closing date.  Entrants will be invited to submit a poster and an abstract.  Entrants will be invited to display a poster at the Biannual Meeting and an abstract, which will be published in the Programme and Abstracts Booklet.  A prize of £250 will be awarded to the overall winner and further prize certificates will be awarded at the discretion of the Judges.

    Submissions should be on any aspect of psychiatry. The number of posters is limited and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.  Those considered for the award will be offered a free place at the Biannual Meeting and will be expected to stand by their poster during judging on the day.

    Closing date for entries: 10 October 2014 - Regulations and Entry Form

    Prize winners Spring 2014
    First Prize - Samantha Leong
    Judges Prize - Roxanne Parris

    Prize winners Autumn 2013
    First Prize - Richard Carr
    Judges Prize - Teh Eng Hean; Helen Thomson

 

  • The Lisa Thomas Poetry Prize
    This is an annual prize open to anyone connected with mental health.  They can have previously used or are using mental health services, support a friend or relative who uses or has used mental health services or works within the mental health sector.  The poem should be unpublished and have a mental health theme.  The prize will be presented annually at the Spring Biannual Meeting.
    This competition has now closed.

    Prize winners

 

  • Trainees Prize
    This prize is awarded annually at the Spring Biannual Meeting.  Trainees are invited to submit an essay of no more than 1500 words, on a topic chosen by the Committee and relevant to the practice of psychiatrists in the South West.  The competition is open to all trainees working in the South West Division at the time of submission who are either inceptors or members of the Royal College of Psychiatrists.   The winning essay will be published in the Programme and Abstracts booklet and the winning author will receive £250.  
    This competition has now closed.

    Prize winner 2013
    Dr Daniel Racey

 

  • Undergraduate Medical Student Prize
    This prize is awarded annually at the Spring Biannual Meeting.  Undergraduate Medical Students enrolled with the Peninsula or Bristol Medical Schools are invited to submit an essay of no more than 1500 words, on a topic to be chosen by the Committee.    The competition is open to all Undergraduate Medical Students currently enrolled with the Peninsula Medical School and the Bristol Medical School at the time of submission.  The winning essay will be published in the Programme and Abstracts booklet and the winning author will receive £200.
    This competition has now closed.

 

Details of all of these prizes can be obtained from the South West Division Office.

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