Training in Anaesthesiology
Formal Project Prize Winners
The Formal Project Prize was established by the College Council. This Prize is awarded to the best paper presented at the Formal Project Prize Session, usually held as part of the College Annual Scientific Meeting (ASM) or any other meeting approved by the Council. Registered Trainees in the Anaesthesia, Intensive Care or Pain Medicine and Fellows within one year of award of the corresponding Diploma of Fellowship are invited to submit the abstract of their formal projects to the organizing committee of the ASM or consideration of the award. Projects that have previously been published as a full manuscript or have been presented in another local or overseas meeting will also be considered. However, projects that have previously entered in another Formal Project Prize competition will be excluded.
The Chairman of the Board of Education will appoint at least two judges to select a number of projects for presentation during the “Formal Project Prize Session” at the ASM. The criteria for selection will be based on the scientific content of the submitted abstracts. The final assessment for the award will also include the quality of performance during the presentation and discussion afterward.
The college reserves the right no to award the Prize if none of the projects achieves a sufficiently high standard.
Year Name Parent Hospital Project Title
2022 Dr WU Ho Chun Stephen PYNEH Obesity and Perioperative Complications of Gynaecological Laparoscopic Surgery. A Retrospective Cohort Study in a Single Public Institution.
2021 Dr CHAN Ka-Lee QEH How Does Adequacy of Caloric and Protein Intake Associate with the Clinical Outcomes in Critically Ill Adults of High Nutritional Risk?
2020 Dr CHAN Chin Chin TMH Single shot versus continuous saphenous nerve block for postoperative pain management after total knee replacement: a randomised, double-blind trial
2017 Dr LAU Lai Ling Lydia PWH Efficacy and Safety of Lignopad® (5% lignocaine medicated plaster) in Acute Post-Operative Pain Management: A Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial
2015 Dr CHUNG Febbie Pui-Wah QEH A Comparison of Ability between Junior and Senior Anaesthetists in Relating Pulse Oximeter Tones to Oxygen Saturations – Does it Improve with Years of Clinical Experience
2014 Dr LEUNG Amelia Sze-mun QMH Clinical Evaluation of Two Modes of Administration of Intranasal Dexmedetomidine in Healthy Adult Volunteers
2013 Dr TAN Olivia AHNH/NDH The impact of operating theatre orientation in addition to preoperative education on patient anxiety and outcome
2012 Dr. TSUI Tsz Kin Nick NDH Comparison of Forced-air warming and Resistive Carbon-fibre Warming System during Transurethral Prostatic Operations: A Randomized Controlled Trial
2011 Dr. TSE Yee Wah QEH Sudden blackout of the Dräger Zeus anaesthetic machine
2010 Dr. NG Kwun Tung Tony TMH A comparison between IV PCA remifentanil and intramuscular pethidine in labour analgesia
2009 Dr. YUE Man Cheung Stephen QEH Cephalad Migration of the Carina in Chinese undergoing Elective Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy
2008 Dr. YUNG Hoi Ling, Janice TMH Reduction of Epidural Venous Tap by Adrenaline
2007 Dr. KAN Patricia PYNEH Cetrizine for Preventing Post-operative Nausea & Vomiting After Gynecologic Laparoscopy
2006 Dr. Frances LUI QMH Low Dose Ketamine has No Preemptive Analgesic Effect in Patient Undergoing Thoracic and/or Lumbar Spinal Fusion Surgery in Early Postoperative Periods
2005 Dr LEE Yee Chi, Sandy AHNH A survey of attitude of Hong Kong Chinese patients towards day-case surgery