EM Undergraduate Essay Prize 2020
Applications are invited for the 2020 RCEM Emergency Medicine Undergraduate Essay Prize.
This year RCEM are pleased to announce two categories of prize:
- The Royal College of Emergency Medicine Undergraduate Research Essay Prize
- The Royal College of Emergency Medicine Undergraduate Quality Improvement Essay Prize
- Reasonable travel, accommodation and registration fee for the RCEM Scientific Conference 2020
- One year membership of the Royal College of Emergency Medicine.
Applicants are required to be a medical student at a recognised teaching institution within the UK but are not required to be a member of the Royal College of Emergency Medicine. There will be two prizes awarded and the value of each prize will be £500. The RCEM Emergency Medicine Undergraduate Essay Prize winners 2019-20 will be required to present their work at the RCEM Scientific Conference 2020 which will take place in Manchester from October 12-14 2020. The prizes will in addition fund the winner’s reasonable travel, accommodation and registration fee for the RCEM Scientific Conference 2020 and a one year membership of the Royal College of Emergency Medicine.
The essays should describe original Emergency Medicine research or quality improvement. This work should not previously have been published in a journal or presented at a major UK/international conference and with a clear applicability to EM. Each essay has a word limit of 1500 words including any tables, figures and headings entrants will be penalized for submissions in excess of this. Up to 2 figures/tables are allowed.
Essays must avoid any reference to any institution or anything that may reveal the author's identity. Only one applicant can be considered per submission and applicants are not permitted to submit to both categories. The winning submission will also be considered for publication in the Emergency Medicine Journal.
Applicants must have played an important part in the relevant research/quality improvement and must have personally written the submitted work. The Awards will be determined by the Research & Publications Committee of the College of Emergency Medicine, with or without the advice of external assessors.
Applications along with a completed application form, both of which must be written in English, should be submitted in Microsoft Word format electronically to email@example.com
by 5pm Friday 28 February 2020.
For more information, contact: Dr Matt Reed, Emergency Medicine Consultant, Edinburgh on 0131 242 1340 or firstname.lastname@example.org