AOUK&I Trauma Research Prize 2018
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Each year AOUK&I invite applications for a research prize of £1,000. This is open to all surgeons in training, as well as operating room personnel. Entry is via submission of a 250-word abstract involving any aspect of musculoskeletal trauma (including hand, cranio maxillofacial ,veterinary and spine surgery).
At the recent AGM of AOUK&I three short listed candidates for the research prize gave their presentations. The overall winner of the £1,000 prize was given to Dr Ewan Goudie for his paper entitled: The influence of shortening on clinical outcome in healed, displaced, mid shaft clavicle fractures after nonoperative treatment.
Information and notes for guidance can be obtained by contacting:-
Abstracts should be sent to:
Mr Will Eardley AOUK&I Chairman Research & Personal Development
Marlborough House, York Business Park, Nether Poppleton, York Y026 6RW
Details of past AOUK&I prize winners
2018 - Anna Rieman £1000 : Synovial Hyperplasia after trauma
2017 – Ewan Goudie for his paper entitled: "The influence of shortening on clinical outcome in healed, displaced, mid shaft clavicle fractures after nonoperative treatment."
2016 – No prize awarded
2015 – I Pountos
2014 – Simon Graham
2013 – Simon Graham – “Locking plate fixation of periprosthetic fractures or the proximal femur around a stable stem: biomechanical analysis of fixation methods”.
2012 – Kate Rollins – “Nottingham trauma symptomatic venous thromboembolism risk score (not SVTE), predicting venous thromboembolism in fractured neck of femurs, a multi-centred validated risk score based on 13,367 serial admissions. Kate Rollins (Nottingham).
2011 – Kate Brown
2010 – Ben Ollivere
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