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BAPEN Medical Powell-Tuck Prize

The Powell-Tuck prize (in honour of Professor Jeremy Powell-Tuck who founded BAPEN Medical in 2004) is open to all doctors in training. It is awarded for the best abstract submitted by a doctor in training for the BAPEN annual conference. The prize includes a £100 book token and free attendance at the annual BAPEN conference. There are also runner-up prizes for free attendance at the BAPEN Medical teaching day help the day before the main BAPEN meeting.

Year Recipient Title Runners up

2014

Dr Ross McLean

Which formulation of Loperamide most effectively reduces effluent from high-output stoma: a pilot study.

Dr Elinor Shuttleworth. Results of the 2014 BAPEN Medical Trainee Group Survey.

2013

Dr Lisa Sharkey

The role of Endoplasmic Reticulum Stress in intestinal Failure Associated Liver Disease.

Dr Chris Mountford. Can BAPEN do more to advance nutrition training amongst trainee doctors?  Results of the first UK BAPEN Medical Trainee Group Survey.

Dr Bobbie Drinkwater. Home Parenteral Nutrition use in Palliative Care:  A retrospective study to identify potential prognostic indicators.

2012

Dr M Dibb

Outcomes of Home Parenteral Nutrition: 30 years’ experience from a national centre.

Dr Lim. Regular nutritional blood monitoring in children on home enteral tube feeding – is this necessary?

Mr Vaughan-Shaw. Peripheral oedema is associated with poor outcomes following emergency abdominal surgery.

2011

Dr Nina Lewis

Treating occult celiac disease with a gluten-free diet is associated with a significant improvement in quality of life

Emma Metcalfe. Branched chain amino acid supplementation in adults with cirrhosis and hepatic encephalopathy: a systematic review and meta-analyses.

Andrew Palmer. The role of n-3 supplemented parenteral nutrition in critical illness in adults: a systematic review and meta-analysis.

2010

Dr Gordan Moran

Gut hormones and appetite dysregulation in Crohn’s disease