Prizes and Competitions
Guidance on prizes can be obtained by
clicking on the links below.
The following prizes are usually awarded
Prize Regulations - as at 12 March
Please email Sue
Corfield for further information.
2013 Prize Winners
Thomas Bakewell Essay Prize - not awarded
Research Presentation Prize - Dr Vanathi Kennedy,
'Does Work experience Placements in Psychiatry of school
students influence their attitude towards mental illness? Can
it help reduce stigma and improve recruitment in Psychiatry?
A Descriptive Exploratory study'
Clinical Audit Prize - Dr Abid Choudry and Dr Shigore Job, "An
audit into venous thromboembolism (VTE) risk assessment. A
potential silent killer in old age psychiatry (2012)
2012 Prize Winners
Thomas Bakewell Essay Prize - Victoria Silverwood, 'Early
Intervention in psychiatry matters'
Research Presentation Prize - Dr Jelena Jankovic, 'Family
caregivers' experiences of involuntary psychiatric hospital
admissions of their relatives - a qualitative study'
Clinical Audit Prize - Dr Gareth Rees, 'Physical health
monitoring for psychiatric inpatients taking psychotropic
2011 Prize Winners
Thomas Bakewell Essay Prize - Rebecca Ewers and Victoria
Silverwood (Joint 1st), 'Discuss the presentation and management of
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) across the
Research Presentation Prize - Dr Rehan Siddiquee, 'The decline
in the use of electro-compulsive therapy (ECT) in the United
Clinical Audit Prize - Dr Mandip Jheeta, 'Allergy recording
on inpatient drug charts in Birmingham and Solihull'
2010 Prize Winners
Thomas Bakewell Essay Prize - Adrian Hayes, 'Discuss the
contribution of neuropsychiatry to the understanding and treatment
of mental illness both in the present and in the future'
Research Presentation Prize - Dr James Reed, 'Knowledge of the
Mental Health Act amongst higher trainees'
Clinical Audit Prize - Dr Hardeep Uppal, 'Audit investigating
diagnosis and management of patients with ADHD in North