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Prizes
Prizes help enhance CVs and provide financial support and kudos in the surgical world

ASiT/Elsevier Surgical Elective Prize

ASiT are pleased to offer the ASiT/Elsevier Surgical Elective Prize. 

ASiT Conference Medical Student Prize

The top four medical student abstracts submitted to our conference will be selected for presentation at the conference and judges will award the ASiT Medical Student Prize to the best on the day.

The Professor Harold Ellis Medical Student Prize For Surgery

This prestigious national award from The Royal College of Surgeons of England is open to all medical students in the UK and the winner will receive a prize of £500. The surgical society at the universities of the three prize winners will also receive £100 each.

The RCSEng usually release a topic for abstract submission on which the shortlisting process (Phase 1) is based on, and then shortlisted applicants are invited to 'defend' their presentations on either the same topic, or a different one, to a panel of judges.

Although the 2012 round is now closed, keep your eyes open for applications in 2013.

Preiskel Elective Prize in Surgery

Full details can be found here.

Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh Lister Surgical Skills National Competition

Following the successful Lister Surgical Skills Competition that held its Grand Final in February 2012, The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh will shortly be opening the competition for another round of applications. The competition is open to UK based 4th, 5th and 6th (clinical) year students and provides a unique opportunity for students to engage in practical surgical tasks. Regional winners compete at a national heat.

This is a great way to prove your surgical skills, so keep an eye out for the announcement for the next round!

The British Association of Otorhinolaryngologists - Head & Neck Surgery (BAO-HNS) Undergraduate Essay Prize

Full details can be found here.

RSM awards for students

Full details can be found here.

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