SCoR members are being asking to put forward the names of those students they would like to be recognised at the profession’s most prestigious awards ceremony.
The aim is to honour two undergraduate students – one diagnostic and one therapeutic – who have excelled academically and clinically, and have made an outstanding contribution to student life and/or the university.
The winners will be invited to the 2016 Radiography Awards in November in Central London and will receive £250 and a certificate to commemorate the award.
Nominations close on Friday, 8 July.
You can read about last year’s winners Ruth Avery and Curtis Parker-Milnes here.
Click here for the the SoR UK Student Radiographer of the Year 2016 entry form.
Need some inspiration? Please click here to view some example nominations.
Please ensure that you have the agreement of the student you are nominating that he/she would be prepared to attend the presentation ceremony in November in Central London. Your nomination will also require the support of a clinical colleague.
Please note: Nomination forms must be completed in one sitting so you will need to prepare your answers to all of the nomination questions.
To assist you with the completion of the form, the information required has been detailed below:
• Agreement from the student that he/she would be prepared to attend the awards ceremony.
• Your full contact details.
• Full contact details for the clinical colleague who is supporting your nomination.
• Contact details of the individual you are nominating: • Full Name • SoR Membership Number • Place of Study/Institution • Email Address • Contact Telephone Number.• Why you believe the individual you are nominating deserves the title SoR UK Student Radiographer of the Year 2016.
The SoR Radiography Awards are generously sponsored by Carestream.