Leadership and Management Prize

The Award

We have relaunched the Young Gastroenterologist of the Year – Emerging Leader as the Trainee Leadership and Management prize. This award is designed to identify and promote talented trainee leaders nationally in order to promote leadership in gastroenterology for the future. There is a single award of £1000.

 

Eligibility
The award is open to any BSG member who is training in gastroenterology in the UK. This includes members of the BSG Trainee Section Committee not directly involved in the organisation of the award. Applications are welcomed from doctors in LAT posts as well as those in numbered posts.

 
Conditions of the Award
The successful applicant is required to attend the plenary session of BSG Annual Meeting 2020 to be eligible to receive the award. 

 

Application Process

Call for submissions: Thursday 5th December 2019
Closing Date: Friday 21st February 2020
Applications should be via the attached form and are anonymised prior to being assessed by a panel approved by the BSG. Please answer fully and adhere to the word limit.

Any queries and completed applications should be sent to Gemma Brown.
 

Previous Award Recipients: 

2019: Dr Shairoz Samji, Yorkshire and Humber Deanery
2018: Dr Tahir Akbar, Wessex Deanery
2017: Dr Laith Alrubaiy, Wales Deanery
2016: Dr Philip Smith, North East Thames Deanery
2015: Dr Alenka Brookes, Yorkshire and Humber Deanery
2014: Dr Christopher Lamb, Northern Deanery

Out of Programme Award

The Award

The Out of Programme Experience Award is designed to help gastroenterology trainees in the UK access training opportunities that are not available as part of their local training rotations. There is a single award of £1000.

The money should be used to fund travel, to assist costs of arranging the post (e.g. registration with foreign medical councils) or to present publications arising from the attachment at national/international meetings.
 

Eligibility

The award is open to any BSG member who is training in gastroenterology in the UK. This includes members of the BSG Trainees Section Committee not directly involved in the organisation of the award. Applicants must have a national training number (NTN). 

The applicant should be undertaking (or planning to undertake) an attachment or posting outside of their normal training scheme.  This may be within the UK or abroad and can be a short term attachment or longer clinical post. 
 

Conditions of the Award

The successful applicant must submit a report to the Trainees' Section within 12 months of the award.  The report should include a summary of the work undertaken and information on opportunities for other trainees.

The successful applicant must attend the plenary session of the BSG Annual Meeting 2020 in Liverpool, for receipt of the award.

The prize money should be used to fund travel, to assist costs of arranging the post (e.g. registration with foreign medical councils) or to present publications arising from the attachment at national/international meetings.

Application Process

Call for submissions: Thursday 5th December 2019
Closing Date: Friday 21st February 2020

Applications will be via the attached pro-forma and are anonymised prior to being assessed by a panel approved by the BSG.

The personal statement should contain a full description of the work, a description of why the work is relevant to training and a proposal of how the money will be spent. The application should detail the available local training opportunities and what additional benefit the proposed attachment will offer.

Any queries and completed applications should be sent to Gemma Brown.
 

Previous OOP Award Recipients:

2019: Dr Rebecca Harris, East Midlands Deanery
2018: Dr Shraddha Gulati, London and South east Deanery
2017: Dr Beverley Kok, Peninsula Deanery
2016: Dr Dipesh Vasant, North Western Deanery
2015: Dr Sarmed Sami, Yorkshire and Humber
2014: Dr Grace Dolman, Wessex Deanery
2013: Dr Lachlan Ayres, Severn Deanery

Young Gastroenterologist of the Year

The Award

The BSG Young Gastroenterologist of the Year – Clinical & Translational Science is designed to identify and promote talented trainee clinical scientists nationally in order to promote research and science in gastroenterology for the future.  There is a single award of £1000.
 

Eligibility

The award is open to any BSG member who is training in gastroenterology in the UK. This includes members of the BSG Trainee Section Committee not directly involved in the organisation of the award. Applications are welcomed from doctors in LAT posts as well as those in numbered posts.
 

Conditions of the Award

The successful applicant is required to attend the plenary session of the BSG Annual Meeting 2020 to be awarded their prize.
 

Application Process

Call for submissions: Thursday 5th December 2019
Closing Date: Friday 21st February 2020

Applications should be via the attached form and are anonymised prior to being assessed by a panel approved by the BSG.  All questions must be answered in full and the word limit must be adhered to.

Any queries and completed applications should be sent to Gemma Brown

The Alistair McIntyre Prize for Improving Gastroenterology Training

The Award 

The Alistair McIntyre Prize for Improving Gastroenterology Training award is designed to support work that may improve gastroenterology training in the UK.

The top 3 scoring applicants will be entered into the ‘Educational Dragon’s Den’ which will be held at the Trainees section symposium at the BSG Annual Meeting 2020 in Liverpool. These applicants will complete a presentation and then be questioned by our “dragons”. The winner will receive the Alistair McIntyre Prize and award of £1000. The two runners up will receive £500 each to contribute to their project.
 

Eligibility

The award is open to any BSG member who is training in gastroenterology in the UK. This includes members of the BSG Trainee Section Committee not directly involved in the organisation of the award. Applications are welcomed from doctors in LAT posts as well as those in numbered posts.

The proposal must look at an aspect of training in Gastroenterology but there are no specific restrictions on the nature of the work. Appropriate submissions would include research projects, high quality audits, qualitative studies or local training initiatives. This can be a project that has already been completed or is currently being undertaken. Whilst all applications are encouraged, projects which are still at the proposal stage will be ranked lower that those that are already underway/completed.
 

Conditions of the Award

The successful applicants must submit a short report (300-500 words) to the Trainees' Section within 12 months of the award. The report should include a summary of the work undertaken and an outline of the results.
 

Application Process

Call for submissions: Thursday 5th December 2019
Closing Date: Friday 21st February 2020

Applications should be via this pro forma and are anonymised prior to being assessed by a panel approved by the BSG. The personal statement should contain a full description of the work that has been undertaken and a description of why the work is relevant to current training and what remaining work needs to be done and how it will be actioned.

Any queries and completed applications should be sent to Gemma Brown.
 

 

Examples of previous submissions
  • A project to create an automatic upload system to synchronise endoscopy reports and JETS automatically
  • A smartphone application to help paediatric IBD phenotyping by utilising clinically useful information
  • A project using questionnaires and feedback groups to improve local educational supervision
  • A study to examine the availability and use of endoscopy simulators throughout the UK with a survey of trainee’s attitudes towards them
  • A project to develop and evaluate a local gastroenterology training survey
  • A proposal to redesign the content and delivery of a local gastroenterology teaching programme 
  • A series of seminars to add training in generic skills including medical leadership, management, communications skills, public health and quality improvement to a local gastroenterology training programme
  • A project to develop a new DOPS tool for training and assessment of upper GI bleeding
  • A syllabus-based gastroenterology website specifically aimed at trainees
  • An initiative aimed at improving safety, efficiency and quality in endoscopy through enhanced teamwork and endoscopic nontechnical skills (ENTS)

 

 

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