2023 East of England School of Paediatrics Poster Competition and 2022/2023 Paediatric Trainee Collection
The School of Paediatrics and CHEERI are delighted to announce that the 2023 East of England School of Paediatrics Poster Competition and submissions to the 2022/2023 Paediatric Trainee Collection of Works, is now OPEN.
If you are an East of England Pre-CCT Trainee Doctor or an East of England Medical Student, you are eligible to apply.
Submissions for any piece of work within the field of Paediatrics or Neonatology, undertaken or completed in the 2022/2023 academic year. This includes original research, audit and QI Projects. The work may have been submitted elsewhere, but this is not a requirement. At least one author must be a trainee or medical student from the East of England.
2022/2023 Paediatric Trainee Collection of Works
Open for any published piece of work within the field of Paediatrics or Neonatology, undertaken or completed in the 2022/2023 academic year. At least one author must be a trainee or medical student from the East of England.
Both the successful poster entrants and the Collection of Works will be circulated as part of the School of Paediatrics Day on Friday 14th July 2023, and the winners of the Poster Competition will be announced at the PAFTAs Award Ceremony in the evening.
Deadline for applications – Wednesday 31st May 2023, 12:00pm.
Here you will find some more projects, publications and presentations from the trainees in the East of England.
If you would like us to add you to our list of celebrants, please email us at [email protected]
To EoE trainees involved in the fascinating congenital insensitivity to pain: we’re now well staffed and it is up and running, so thank you, and we hope you enjoy your experience!
Dr John Clark, A PhD student in paediatrics from the university of Cambridge has shared with us some of his huge successes:
A prospective observational study on infection diagnosis on PICU (and how poorly blood cultures worked) https://wellcomeopenresearch.org/articles/6-119/v2
This then lead him on to the RASCAL study, with his preliminary findings being presented at the ANZICS (ICU) conference in Sydney Australia, where him and his team won best paediatric paper!
Along side all this, Dr Clark did a Covid 19 based paper, looking at the effects of the virus in children.
Well Done Dr Clark, we hope to see more of your work posted here in future, and wish you good luck!
Our Own Lipi Shekhar and Dr Bn Marlow presented this in May 2022 at the European Academy of Childhood Disability, or EACD
Dorothy Frank, ST3 at Luton and Dunstable hospital presented 2 posters at Congress of Joint Neonatal and European Societies conference in September 2021. Below are both of the posters. Well done Dorothy.
Thiloka Ratnaike, ST4 at Ipswich Hospital, presented her work at the EPNS conference in Glasgow and highly recommends this conference to other trainees with a neurology-interest.