Steuart Henderson Award

Awarded to a fellow who has demonstrated excellence and provided outstanding contribution, scholarship, and mentorship to medical education in the field of anaesthesia and/or pain medicine.

The award is named after Dr Steuart Henderson who served as an ANZCA councillor from 1992 to 2004, working particularly in education and training and as assessor. He also served for 12 years as a member of the Panel of Examiners and has had a long-standing interest in the applications of simulation to training and professional development. He was instrumental in establishing New Zealand’s first simulation-based clinical training centre in New Zealand.

The award recognises the profile of educators within the college and honours Dr Henderson for his past efforts and contribution to medical education.

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The award takes the form of a medal, certificate and grant of $A1000 for educational or research purposes.

Eligibility criteria

All fellows of ANZCA and FPM are eligible for the award. Consideration will be given as to the nominee's contribution to education in anaesthesia and/or pain education in the following categories:

  • Teaching and learning: Significant contribution and commitment to teaching and learning activities within the fields of anaesthesia and/or pain medicine.
  • Mentoring and influence: Extraordinary educational influence on trainees, fellows, or educational organisations.
  • Research and conference presentations: Published medical education research in peer-reviewed journals and/or peer-reviewed acceptance of a medical education abstract at a national or international conference.
  • Resource development: Such activities that contribute to the planning or development of improvements or innovations in medical education in the fields of anaesthesia and/or pain medicine. Contributions in this category could include, for example: new courses, revision of current courses, curriculum development.
  • Educational leadership: Activities of any kind that constitute leadership and contribute substantially to medical education leadership within anaesthetic and/or pain medicine; for example, representation on a committee related to medical education at ANZCA, university, hospital, or professional association.

Nomination process

Candidates must be nominated and seconded by an ANZCA or FPM fellow. Self-nomination will not be accepted.

The nomination must consist of a cover letter written by one or both of the nominators explaining the rationale and justification for the nomination and be accompanied by the nominee’s curriculum vitae.

Nominations must be made in writing to the chair of the ANZCA Educators Sub-Committee by January 15 each year via the ANZCA Education Unit

Past recipients

Year

Name 

Location

2020

Damian Castanelli

VIC

2019

Kersi Jalejar Taraporewalla

QLD

2018 

Jennifer Weller

NZ

2017 

Meredith Craigie

SA



 
Last updated 12:17 7.07.2020