This is an annual prize designed to encourage trainees and students to expand their learning.
This prize is awarded to the best trainee collaborative effort for a poster or PowerPoint presentation, paper, MCQ questions or a digital resource (DVD or podcast). Applications will be accepted from groups of two or more trainees.
The educational resource which will be made available on the BIR website.
More details of how to apply for the 2018 award will be available soon.
Announcing the 2017 winner
This has been awarded to Dr Sergio Gargalas and Dr Sarim Ather from Oxford University Hospitals. The award is for their innovative resource ‘Acute Stroke CT Trainer’ that utilises the concept of spaced repetition and pattern recognition to increase the accuracy and efficiency of recognising subtle stroke signs. The award will be presented at the annual trainee event on 11th December 2017.
Previous Winners: Click to access the winning resources
2016 Dr Joshua Shur
2015 Dr Mark Rodrigues, Dr Zeshan Qureshi and team
2013 Dr Cheryl Main and team: "Medical Student Workbook"