Abstract Prizes

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NZ Radiology Education Trust Proffered Paper Prize

The best Proffered Paper Prize for Radiology and Radiation Oncology, offering financial assistance to attend the RANZCR 71st Annual Scientific Meeting to a maximum level $3,000. New Zealand resident RANZCR Fellows and Educational Affiliates are eligible to enter.

 

NZ Radiology Education Trust Poster Prize

This is the best Poster Prize for Radiology and Radiation Oncology. The prize offers financial assistance to attend the RANZCR 71st Annual Scientific Meeting to the level of $1500. New Zealand resident RANZCR Fellows, Educational Affiliates and Registrars are eligible to enter.


Obex Prize

 

William A Cook Award - Best Radiology Registrar Presentation

OBEX Medical has been supporting education for Radiologists for over 25 years and continues to be strongly committed to the ongoing education of both Radiology Registrars and Radiologists. The Registrar prize has been established for 15 years and is awarded to the best Radiology Registrar Presentation. Please note the following conditions: 

  1. The prize of $2500 is to assist with attending the RANZCR 71st Annual Scientific Meeting in Melbourne (15-18 October 2020) where the winning New Zealand Paper will be presented as part of the RANZCR “Branch of Origin” Registrar Presentation Session.
  2. The winner of the William A Cook Award - Best Radiology Registrar Presentation 2020 must be available to attend and present at this session.
  3. Only New Zealand resident Radiology Registrars who are employed in an accredited Radiology department/practice in New Zealand at the time of the Branch abstract submission and presentation are eligible to enter.
  4. A minimum of 5 presentations must be judged to determine an overall winner.

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Faculty of Radiation Oncology Training Network New Zealand Prize

The New Zealand Radiation Oncology Training Network (FRONNZ) is pleased to offer the FRONNZ prize for the best Radiation Oncology Registrar presentation at the RANZCR New Zealand Branch Annual Scientific Meeting.

  1. The award will be presented annually at the NZ Branch ASM.
  2. Only New Zealand resident Radiation Oncology Registrars who are employed in an accredited, Radiation Oncology department, in New Zealand are eligible.
  3. A minimum of 5 presentations must be judged to determine an overall winner.
  4. Judging will be undertaken by a panel, ideally comprising of an international speaker and at least one New Zealand based Radiation Oncologist. The panel is approved annually by FRONNZ.
  5. The judges will be provided with a set of criteria to mark against in order to maximise transparency and equity.
  6. The amount of $500 will be awarded to the trainee judged to have the best presentation.