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Ian McKenzie Scholarships Awarded

72 Ian McKenzie Scholarships have been awarded since the Torbay Medical Research Fund started in 2011.

Please see below the scholarships awarded in 2018

Dr Max Charalambox – Foundation year 1 doctor attended the ISICEM international symposium on intensice care and emergeny medicine conference to present the following report;

  1. A Beri Beri bad heart – a case report

Dr Mark Williams – Core Surgical Trainee attended the British Hip Society Annual Conference conference to present the following report;

  1. Is inadvertent hypothermia in elderly hip fracture patients associated with increased readmissions and mortality?

Dr Kirsten McArthur – Foundation year 2 doctor attended the Diabetes UK Professional Conference to present the following;

  1. The occurrence of hypoglycaemia during the management of diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA) and hyperosmolar hyperglycaemic state (HHS) using fixed rate and variable rate intravenous insulin therapy according to Joint British Diabetes Societies (JBDS) guidelines

Dr Michael Ng – Trust Doctor Fellow attended the ASiT national conference to present the following;

  1. Rates of Inadvertent Hypothermia in elective hip and knee Total Joint Arthroplasty

Kerrie Spicer – Extended Scope Diabetes MSK Podiatrist attended the Malvern Diabetic Foot Conference to present the following;

  1. Torbay Skellen Tool for Assessing Suitability for Offloading in Diabetic Patients – An pioneering method for reducing foot ulceration

Dr Megan Fernandes – Foundation Year 1 Doctor attended the Swansea Perinatal Symposium 2018 to present the following;

  1. Feasibility of implementing the Sepsis Risk Calculator (Kaiser Permanente) in an English DGH: A 7-year case-control study

Dr Chris Jefferies – Academic F2 – Clinical Education / Emergency Medicine attended the Association for the Study of Medical Education (ASME) Annual Scientific Meeting to present the following;

  1. Student evaluation of a sepsis e-learning package designed by undergraduate medical students

Dr Kerrie Richardson – Paediatric registrar  attended the 4th international Neonatology Association Conference to present the following;

  1. Provision of Non-invasive Respiratory Support during Neonatal Transport: A Cross-sectional Survey across the Neonatal Units in England

Dr Clare Perkins – Core Surgical Trainee (year 1) in ENT attended the BACO International conference to present the following;

  1. Imaging and fine needle aspiration cytology in parotid gland tumours

Dr Oliver McLaren – ENT Registrar attended the BACO Otolaryngology conference to present the following;

  1. Reducing ENT emergency-clinic follow-up rates with improved inductiona nd supervision & the difference in topical therapies following cautery: type and duration

Dr Megan Harty – F1 Doctor attended the Society of Devon Intensive Terapists Annual Meeting to present the following;

  1. The prevalence of qSOFA positive patients at Torbay Hospital.

Dr Rebecca Dyar – Core trainee in Anaesthetics attended the (Association for Medical Education in Europe) Conference 2018 to present the following;

  1. ‘Quality improvement events as accessible, adaptable and diverse learning platforms’

Rhoda Allison – Consultant Physiotherapist in Stroke attended the Upper Limb Stroke Rehabilitation Summer School to present the following;

  1. Developing self-care resources for people with profoundly affected arm after stroke
  2. The longitudinal profile of disability, and predictors of difficulty caring for the profoundly-affected arm post-stroke

Rachel Rapson – Clinical Manager Children and Learning Disability Physiotherapy Teams attended the NICE Shared Learning Awards conference to present the following;

  1. Delivering family-focused multi-disciplinary care for children with spasticity

Charlotte Stanley – GPST1  attended the BMJ Leaders in Healthcare conference to present the following;

  1. The Academic Foundation Programme in Healthcare Leadership and Management – Recommendations based on trainee experience

Helen Whitmore – Core Trainee in General Surgery attended the AUGIS 21st Annual Scientific Meeting to present the following;

  1. Iatrogenic oesophageal submucosal tear with subsequent intramural dissection: a case report