The Thomas Boulton Anaesthesia History Prize

The Association of Anaesthetists of Great Britain & Ireland and the History of Anaesthesia Society will award a cash prize of £500 to a member of the AAGBI in a training grade for an original essay of 4000-6000 words. The competition is open to all trainee members of the Association.

The topic of the essay should be related to the history of anaesthesia, intensive care, or pain management.

Submissions should be double-spaced on single sided A4 with references in the Vancouver format.  Illustrations are allowed.  The paper should not previously have been published.  

The winner is invited to present the paper at the GAT Annual Scientific Meeting. Certificates of merit may be awarded to other entries of high standard.

The 2015 Anaesthesia History Prize winner is Dr David Gilhooly. To view his essay click here.

Further information on the Thomas Boulton Anaesthesia History Prize.

History of Anaesthesia Society

Prize Details

A £500 cash prize and an engraved medal are awarded for the best entry.  The winner is also invited to present their work at the GAT Annual Scientific Meeting. Find out more >

The 2015 Anaesthesia History Prize winner was Dr David Gilhooly. To view his essay click here