Awards

The AAGBI grants a number of awards for British and Irish anaesthetists who have held high office, contributed to the specialty of anaesthesia and rendered significant service to the AAGBI.

For further information on any of these awards please contact Secretariat on 020 7631 1650 (option 3) or e-mail secretariat@aagbi.org

 

2017 Honours and Awards recipients
 Sir Ivan Magill Gold Medal
Dr Steve Yentis**
In recognition of his contributions to the specialty of anaesthesia, particularly in the areas of research and publishing, and to the Council and Boards of the AAGBI and AAGBI Foundation
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John Snow Silver Medal
Dr Richard Griffiths
In recognition of his contribution to the specialty of anaesthesia, particularly in the area of safety, to the Council and Boards of the AAGBI and AAGBI Foundation
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Dr Andrew Hartle
In recognition of his contribution to the specialty of anaesthesia, particularly in the promotion of the Lifebox Foundation, and to the Council and Boards of the AAGBI and AAGBI Foundation
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Dr Isabeau Walker**
In recognition of her contribution to the specialty of anaesthesia, particularly in the areas of international work and the Lifebox Foundation, to the Council and Boards of the AAGBI and AAGBI Foundation
Citation to follow >
Anniversary Medal
Prof Tim Cook**
In recognition of his contribution to the specialty of anaesthesia, particularly in the area of safety
Citation to follow >
Dr Emma Plunkett

In recognition of her contribution to training in anaesthesia and to the GAT Committee, Council and Boards of the AAGBI and AAGBI Foundation

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Featherstone Professorship
Dr Richard Griffiths
In recognition of his contribution to anaesthesia in the area of hip fracture care
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The Past Vice President Medal
Dr Richard Griffiths Read Citation >
Dr Steve Yentis Citation to follow >
The AAGBI Award
Dr Phil Bewley ***
In recognition of his contribution to training in anaesthesia and to the GAT Committee
Citation to follow >
Dr Anna Costello
In recognition of her contribution to training in anaesthesia and to the GAT Committee
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Dr Joey Coyne
In recognition of his contribution to training in anaesthesia and to the GAT Committee
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Dr Surrah Leifer
In recognition of her contribution to training in anaesthesia and to the GAT Committee
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Dr Peter Maguire**
In recognition of his contribution to the AAGBI and the specialty of anaesthesia
Citation to follow >
Dr Geraldine Maloney*
In recognition of her contribution to the AAGBI and the specialty of anaesthesia, particularly in Ireland. 
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Dr Hamish McLure
In recognition of his contribution to the specialty of anaesthesia, particularly promoting safety and wellbeing
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The AAGBI Foundation
Dr Nuala Lucas**
In recognition of her contribution to the specialty of anaesthesia, particularly promoting education and safety
Citation to follow >
Dr Alastair Nimmo**
In recognition of his contribution to the specialty of anaesthesia, particularly promoting safety
Citation to follow >
Dr Paul Sharpe
In recognition of his contribution to the specialty of anaesthesia, particularly promoting safety
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Prof Andrew Smith
In recognition of his contribution to the specialty of anaesthesia, particularly promoting education and safety
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* Denotes a 2016 award winner

** Denotes an award winner who will received their award at WSM 2018

*** Denotes an award winner who will receive their award at Annual Congress 2018

 

 

2016 Honours and Awards receipients and their citations >>

Pask Award 2017: nominations now closed

Nominations are now closed for the Pask Award. Nominations, accompanied by a brief statement suporting your nomination, should be submitted to honsecretary@aagbi.org by 17:00 on 15 September 2017.

Evelyn Baker medal 2017: nominations now closed

Nominations are now closed for the Evelyn Baker medal. Nominations, accompanied by a citation of up to 1000 words, should be submitted to honsecretary@aagbi.org by 17:00 on 21 July 2017.