To encourage interest in research in addictions, we've established a prize for psychiatric trainees, staff grades and associate specialist doctors who present a poster at our annual meeting.
- The conference fee and travel expenses will be reimbursed to the successful candidate
- Shortlisted candidates will be offered a bursary which covers the conference registration fee, but not travel expenses.
- Posters will be judged on originality and relevance to addictions
- All candidates will be advised approximately six-eight weeks before the meeting and the final prize judging will be made and announced at the meeting
- The winner will be expected to provide the full text of their poster presentation for inclusion on our website.
Submission and closing date
See conference information.
There was no conference in 2020.
Dr Claire Gillvray for Sensation seeking and addiction in triathletes and alcohol dependents
Who can enter
Third year and above medical students in the United Kingdom and Ireland.
- Eligible students are invited to submit an original unpublished essay of up to 5,000 words on an aspect of addictions psychiatry of their choice. Your essay should be illustrated by a clinical example of any aspect of medical and psychiatric practice relevant to substance misuse, e.g. General Practice, Accident and Emergency, General Medicine and Public Health.
- Your essay should demonstrate an understanding of issues relating to addictions with relevant links to other medical specialties.
- Your essay should be supported by a literature review and should be your own work.
- The prize will be judged by our Chair and two other members of the Executive Committee.
- We will cover reasonable travel costs for the winner, along with their registration fee for one day of the conference.
Submit your essay by email to: email@example.com.
The prize will be presented at our annual meeting.
2022 closing date to be announced.
Syed Fazal Hussein Shah - Improving access to alcohol treatment for Punjabi Sikh men in the UK
Chloe Louise Brown – Alcohol misuse disorders in older adults
We offer an opportunity each year for psychiatric trainees to present a lecture to the Faculty’s Annual Meeting. The lecture will be presented on Friday 30 April.
Who can enter
All psychiatric trainees (CT1-ST6 and equivalent), staff grades and associate specialist psychiatrists.
- You are invited to submit a current concise CV and a 400 word abstract of the paper you wish to present.
- The prize will be awarded on the basis of originality and the relevance of addictions.
- Shortlisted applicants may be invited for a telephone interview, and the winner will be offered support and mentoring in developing their lecture.
- Applications will be judged by members of our executive committee.
Midnight on Sunday 31 January 2021.
Franco De Crescenzo for The Comparative efficacy and acceptability of psychosocial interventions for individuals with cocaine and amphetamine addiction: A systematic review and network meta-analysis
Dr Emmert Roberts for The prevalence of wholly attributable alcohol conditions in the United Kingdom hospital system: A systematic review, meta-analysis and meta-regression
Dr Marcus Peng Jie Tan for Are behavioural addictions all alike? A comparison of Internet Addiction with Gambling Addiction with online VS non-online problem gamblers