The RCGP is pleased to offer you the opportunity to apply for several awards. These awards have all been instituted to celebrate research, innovation and audit and to promote these to GPs and the wider primary healthcare community.
The Yvonne Carter Award for Outstanding New Researcher
The call for applications is now open.
Deadline for submission 31 January 2015
The annual Yvonne Carter Award, presented jointly by the RCGP and the Society for Academic Primary Care (SAPC) aims to support the career developments of a promising new researcher in primary care. It supports the award winner by providing the opportunity to develop international networks and partnerships.
This is with the purpose of facilitating the establishment of an international research profile, proving unique opportunities for career advancement.
The award was established in memory of Professor Yvonne Carer CBE. It encourages collaborative primary care research on an international level through providing the winner with the opportunity to attend and present work at an international conference.
For further information, please contact the CIRC team at SFB@rcgp.org.uk or phone 020 3188 7594
Yvonne Carter Award application details [PDF]
Meet the 2014 winner of the Yvonne Carter Award [PDF]
RCGP Research Paper of the Year Award
The call for nominating papers in now open.
Deadline for submitting papers: 12 pm 2 March 2015
The Research Paper of the Year (RPY) award gives recognition to an individual or group of researchers who have undertaken and published an exceptional piece of research relating to general practice or primary care.
Now in its 19th year, the authors of the award winning paper published in 2014 will be announced at the RCGP Annual Conference in October 2015.
The overall winner will be selected from category winning research papers.
To enter a paper for the award
Entries must be submitted under one of the following categories.
The RCGP RPY category prize for:
- Category 1: Cancer
- Category 2: CVD, Renal, Respiratory, Oral, ENT & Ophthalmology
- Category 3: Children, Reproduction, Genetics, Infections
- Category 4: Neurology, Mental Health and Dementia
- Category 5: Health Service Delivery and Public Health (includes generic primary care topics)
- Category 6: Endocrinology (including diabetes), Gastroenterology, Musculoskeletal and Trauma, and Dermatology.
More information about this award and inclusions within categories can be found in the document below:
The RCGP Research Paper of the Year Award 2014
All papers must be entered using our web based form:
RPY award entry form
All submissions must:
- Be published between 1st Jan and 31st Dec 2014
- Relate to a research project which has been undertaken within the UK and/or the Republic of Ireland
- Be directly applicable to general practice and/or primary care
- Have at least one practicing GP author at the time the study was undertaken
The award is not restricted to members of the RCGP
Last years winning papers
To find out more about last years winning papers please read this document:
The RCGP Research Paper of the Year Award 2013 Winners
For further information:
Email: RPY@rcgp.org.uk or phone 020 3188 7594
Adolescent Health Care Award
The call for applications is now closed, details about next year's award will be available shortly.
This award was established in memory of Dr Kathy Phipps to encourage general practice to provide higher standards of care for their teenage patients, in keeping with the objectives of RCGP and the RCGP Adolescent Health Group.
An award of £2,500 and a commemorative plaque is given to the individual GP or practice which has demonstrated a significant innovation or improvement in the standard of care provided for young people in the previous two years. The award will be presented at the RCGP's Annual General Meeting
Applications should be sent as a Word document of no more than six sides of A4 (12 font), information that cannot be sent electronically (e.g. patient leaflets) should be sent by post with five copies. One page of the application should consist of a summary of the project, this will be assessed by a teenage lay adjudicator, please use language in this section that is appropriate for this age group.
Completed applications should be sent to our Awards Administrator.
Adolescent Health Group