The Bruce Morrison prize is awarded to the renal trainee that delivers the best research, audit, clinical case(s) or similar renal relevant topic. This prestigious award will be awarded to the presenter with the best topic, content, thought, discussion and presentation. Dr Bruce Morrison was a co-founder of renal medicine in New Zealand; working in Wellington Renal Unit. This Award is made in honour of the late Dr Bruce Morrison for his outstanding contribution to Nephrology in Aotearoa New Zealand. 

New Zealand Renal Trainees are encouraged to present at this year’s ANZSN meeting in Auckland, Saturday 30 October. Trainees are required to submit an abstract of no more than 250 words to be considered for the prize. The top ranked abstracts will be included in the program and will be required to present a 15 minute oral presentation at the meeting. Each presentation will be followed by 5 minutes question and discussion time with the session chair.

The prize is $500 cash.

Abstracts should be forwarded to the following email:

Applicants must be a financial member of the ANZSN at the date of abstract closing. 

Applicants must be working full time as a RACP Nephrology Advanced Trainee in a clinical role.  Trainees are ineligible for the Award once RACP Fellowship is confirmed.

Only those Award applicants who attend the ANZSN Aotearoa New Zealand Annual Meeting and, if shortlisted, make an oral presentation at the dedicated Bruce Morrison Award session, will be considered eligible for the Award.

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