The needs and wants of patients re physical activity advice from healthcare staff whilst in acute hospital ward settings. At the time of receiving this award (March 2017), James has completed four years of medical school at Newcastle University and intercalating on the MSc Sports and Exercise Medicine course at the University of Nottingham.
1. To apply for the award the individual must have been a member of BASEM for 2 years preceding application
2. The individual must have already completed a postgraduate course of study.
3. The individual should be commencing their course of study from September 2018 at a UK University.
4. The individual must provide proof of ethical approval for the study/research and a letter of support from the University.
5. A brief up-to-date CV should accompany your application.
The BASEM Awards sub-committee will review the applications and select the Bursary winner. They may not make an award if the applications are not of an adequate standard.
1. The successful applicant will be chosen by a judging committee on the value of the research proposal being presented.
2. The successful and unsuccessful applicants will be informed by email 4 to 6 weeks after the closing date.
1. By applying for the award the recipient of the award agrees to maintain membership of BASEM for the duration of their course and for a minimum of 2 consecutive years post-graduation.
2. The recipient of the award agrees to submit regular updates (eg. module results) for the duration of their study, in return for a regular instalment of the monetary award. For example:-
1 year study – £1,000 after 6 months, £1,000 on graduation
2 year study – £500 every 6 months and on graduation
3 year study – £300 every 6 months and £500 on graduation
3. Should the recipient of the award not complete their course of study, BASEM reserves the right for reimbursement of monies already received.
4. The recipient of the award will provide an article detailing their experience and achievement for a future issue of BASEM Today. Details of the recipient will also be announced on the BASEM website and in the BASEM Ecircular.
How radiology teaching could be best integrated into the medical course at the University of Nottigham, with the ideal outcome of improving the medical curriculum. At the time of receiving this award (March 2017) Katie was intercalating at Nottingham University studying a Masters in Sports & Exercise Medicine, before returning to her final year of medical school in September 2017 at Sheffield University.
Despite advances in the management of anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries, re-injury rates remain high following return to play (RTP) after ACL-reconstruction (ACLR). RTP test batteries do not routinely incorporate sports situational factors, perhaps limiting their ability to detect biomechanical changes pertinent to re-injury risk. Under the supervision of Dr Bruce Paton …