This prize was originally established memory of the late Dr Mohsen Naguib. A Coptic Christian, Dr Naguib originated from Egypt and worked at the Maudsley Hospital, notably in the area of paraphrenia. He was subsequently appointed senior lecturer at St
A popular, committed, caring old age psychiatrist with a good sense of humour, he contributed much to psychiatric training. He died suddenly at the age of 44, leaving a young family.
The prize will be awarded for the best short scientific paper presented by a trainee.
Once a year
Who can enter
SHOs, SpRs, specialty trainees ST 1-6 or new consultants in the UK presenting work undertaken during the training period are eligible, as are comparable colleagues in Europe.
- Notice of this prize will be included in the Call for papers for our
annual residential meeting. Candidates will be invited to submit an abstract. At this point they should indicate that they wish to be considered for the prize
- Papers will be considered by a committee appointed by our Executive
- Shortlisted candidates will be notified at least two weeks prior to the meeting and asked to provide a summary of at least 700 words (with references) of their work. You should make it clear what actual contribution you've made to the research
you are presenting
- Our Executive will appoint a panel to judge a presentation of no more than 20 minutes. The winner will be announced at the meeting’s final plenary session
- The winning entry might be published in the our newsletter (link) and on the website, if editors and referees agree that it is of a sufficient standard
- Presentations specifically invited by the faculty are not eligible.
How to enter
Please email your paper to the CALC team by the same deadline as abstract submissions for the residential conference in March (December/January).