The Founders Prize of the York Medical Society is open to all doctors working in the Yorkshire and Humber Deanery and applicants are invited to submit and present an audit, a case report/series, original research or a survey that has been conducted whilst working in the Yorkshire and Humber Deanery.
The Founders Prize Presenations – Friday 24th March 2023
Hosted by Dr Brook Adams – The Founders Prize finalists will give a high quality and interesting evening of talks about their research.
York Medical Society Founder’s Prize 2023
How to apply
Submission Deadline: early January 2023
Presentation Meeting Date: Friday 24th March 2023
Prize: Judges from the YMS Committee will review all submitted abstracts and the authors of the top 5 will be invited to give a presentation to members at our society rooms in Stonegate, York or via a Zoom meeting (depending on restrictions at that time).
A panel of members of the society will judge the presentations. The 1st prize award will be £250 and all the remaining candidates will receive £100. All finalists that present their papers will receive a certificate for their portfolio.
Topic: This can be an audit, a case report/series, original research or a survey that has been conducted whilst working in the Yorkshire and Humber Deanery.
Presentations: Presentations should be delivered using Microsoft Powerpoint and should last a maximum of 12 minutes. Marks will be deducted for going over time. After delivering your presentation you will be given 5 minutes to answer questions from our members.
Shortlisting Criteria: Candidates will be shortlisted based on demonstration of the originality, clarity and clinical significance of their work together with the robustness of their methodology.
Judging Criteria: Candidates will be judged on their style of delivery and the content of their presentation.
Open to: All doctors in the Yorkshire and Humber Deanery. Only one application per candidate will be accepted.