Applications are currently invited for the following awards:-
The Sir Roger Bannister award seeks to recognise a lifetime’s outstanding contribution to the field of Sport and Exercise Medicine.
This Award is to reward a clinician, who, in the tradition of Malcolm Read, contributes to the practice of sport and exercise medicine by using practical/clinical experience to shape thinking within the field.
The DJO/BASEM Research Award is awarded solely to finance a research project. Preference will be given to research into an electrotherapy topic such as iontophoresis, muscle stimulation or shockwave therapy.
The BASEM Travelling Fellowship is awarded to enable a BASEM member to travel at home or overseas to study a specific sports or exercise medicine problem at one or more Centres of excellence.
The BASEM Research Bursary is awarded solely to help an individual finance research.
This Award encourages and aids BASEM members to attend relevant sport and exercise medicine meetings that they are unable to obtain sponsorship for through their employers.
A new award for 2016, this is a monetary award of £2,000 towards the cost of an individual commencing study on a MSc in Sport and Exercise Medicine in September 2015 at a UK University.
A new award for 2016, this monetary award is up to a maximum of £20,000 towards the research and study costs associated research
The Tom Donaldson Poster Prize is run in conjunction with the BASEM Annual Conference and is awarded to poster presenters of abstracts.
The Association and Institute Prize for Sport and Exercise Medicine is run in conjunction with the BASEM Annual Conference and is awarded to poster and podium presenters of abstracts.