BBA Laing Essay Prize


Congratulations to Mr Baljit Dheansa and Mr Ahmed Hagiga, Queen Victoria Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, East Grinstead for their essay entitled “Multi-Resistant Organisms in Burn Patients:  Is this the End or the Beginning?”

Congratulations to the Runner-Ups, Sindhoo Rangarajan and Luanne Lai, South Tees


Congratulations to Mr Fezan Mughal, Final Year Medical Student, University of Dundee for his essay entitled “Managing Burn Injury in a Pandemic – Challenges, Developments and Lessons Learned”.

Congratulations to the Runner-Up, Mr Matthew Stone, ST3 Plastic Surgery, Mid Yorkshire Hospitals.


Congratulations to Mr Francisco Moura, Plastic Surgery LAS Registrar, Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital for his essay entitled “Artificial Intelligence in the Management and Treatment of Burns”.

Congratulations to the Runner-Up, Ms Rachel Yi Ling Kuo, Plastic Surgery Registrar and NIHR Academic Clinical Fellow, Thames Valley / Wessex Deanery.


Congratulations to Mr Andreas Shiatis, Plastic Surgery SpR, London Deanery for his essay entitled “The Role of Simulation in Burns”.


Congratulations to Dr Gemma O’Leary, Clinical Psychologist, Burns Centre at Birmingham Children’s Hospital for her Essay entitled “Creative Ways of Working Psychologically with Young People following Discharge from the Burn Centre.”


Congratulations to Dr Jennifer Heath, Centre of Appearance Research, University of the West of England, Bristol for her Essay entitled “New Technologies in Burn Care:  A Clinical Psychologist’s Perspective of Opportunities for Advancing Psychosocial Care”.

Download Dr Heath’s Laing Essay – 2017


Congratulations to Ruth Tevlin, Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Cork University Hospital for her Essay entitled “Education in Burns:  Lessons from the Past and Objectives for the Future”.


Congratulations to Joseph Hardwicke, Lecturer in Plastic Surgery at the College of Medical and Dental Sciences, University of Birmingham for his Essay entitled “How Can Outcome Measures Influence the Provision and Practice of Burn Care?”


Congratulations to Julia Sarginson, Clinical Research Fellow at the Healing Foundation Children’s Burns Research Centre, Bristol, for her Essay entitled “What is the Role of the British Burn Association in a Changing UK National Health Service?”


Congratulations to Mr Adil Khan, ST3 Trainee Plastic Surgery, Frenchay Hospital, Bristol.


Congratulations to Daniel Butler, from Guys and St Thomas’, London.

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