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The BNMS Student Prize

The criteria have been amended in July 2018.  Please read carefully before submitting an abstract for consideration as the qualifying criteria have changed.

The BNMS is keen to encourage participation by all students, with an aim to interest them in furthering a career in Nuclear Medicine. 

This prize is open to undergraduate medical students, undergraduate and undergraduate pharmacists, undergraduate radiographers and undergraduate nurses.

Medical students should consider Nuclear Medicine projects for their special study modules (SSMs) or B.Sc. degree options. Students in other disciplines are encouraged to undertake Nuclear Medicine projects as part of their wider training. Projects would normally be undertaken in conjunction with a Department of Nuclear Medicine/Radiology/Medical Physics at the local hospital, who will be able to offer guidance.

Students should proffer original papers (in the form of an abstract) for consideration by the Scientific Committee. The closing date is as for other abstracts submitted to the Annual Spring Meeting of the Society.

RULES FOR ENTRY

Entrants must be a student member of the BNMS to take part or apply for membership at the time of submitting an abstract.

For presentation at the Annual Meeting

 1.This prize is open to:

 A.undergraduate medical students:

 B.undergraduate physicists;

 C.undergraduate  pharmacists;

 D.undergraduate radiographers;

 E.undergraduate medical technology and life science students;

 F.undergraduate student nurses.

Trainees, Post-graduate students and those on the NHS Scientist Training Programme should apply for the Young Investigator's Prize.

  2.Medical students should consider Nuclear Medicine projects for their special study modules (SSMs) or B.Sc. degree students in other disciplines are encouraged to undertake Nuclear Medicine projects as part of their wider training.

 3.Projects would normally be undertaken in conjunction with a Department of Nuclear Medicine/Radiology/Medical Physics at the local hospital, who will be able to offer guidance.

 4.It is understood that the students will have had help from established staff, and they should submit a letter from their supervisor/head of department (who should be a full member of the BNMS) guaranteeing the originality of the work and confirming the student's status to  Charlotte Weston (charlotteweston@bnms.org.uk)

 5.Students should proffer original papers (in the form of an abstract) for consideration by the Scientific Committee submitted on-line following the abstract submission link at www.bnms.org.ukTick the box indicating Student Prize during the on-line submission.  The closing date is as for other abstracts submitted to the Annual Spring Meeting. The students should use the standard abstract submission form for the Spring meeting, but head the work 'Student Prize'.

 First prize is £300. Second is £200 and Third Prize is £100.

 All prize winners' abstracts will be published in Nuclear Medicine Communications.  The work will also be presented at the Annual Meeting held each spring.