Registration for the 2022 edition of the Student Science Award is open.
The application procedure for the Student Science Award comprised out of different steps.
First, you will need to register for the webinar on the 26th of May 2021. You can register by sending an email with your first name & last name to intern[at]eahp[dot]eu
Please note that participation in the webinar is strongly recommended for all students interested in entering the 2022 edition of the Student Science Award.
During the period after the webinar, you can send the ideas for your abstract to intern[at]eahp[dot]eu to receive detailed feedback from EAHP's Directors for Professional Development responsible for the Student Science Award. Ideas need to be submitted by the 30th of June. Feedback would be shared with students making use of this offer by the end of August/early September 2021.
Finally, you must submit by 15th of November 2021 the following documents to intern[at]eahp[dot]eu:
- Abstract of your research in the field of hospital/clinical pharmacy;
- Student involvement form, explaining the role of the student in the making of the research and an instructors' evaluation of the work, and;
- Proof of student status/graduation.
Any EPSA member who is an undergraduate student or has graduated within two years may submit an abstract following the EJHP Guidance for Authors. The student should be the main contributor to the scientific work and the main author of the abstract. Abstracts need to have single authors.
Student involvement form
Evaluation of student involvement should be assessed by the student supervisor using the student involvement form and submitted with the abstract. The following aspects should be evaluated (very high, high, sufficient, low, or very low):
- The student has a good ability to identify limited and doable work with a high degree of independence.
- The research question, objectives and methods have been developed independently with some support from supervisors.
- Implementation/performance/evaluation has been completed almost independently.
- The student exhibits scientific maturity and the supervisor provides a discussion partner rather than an instructor.
Proof of student status
Students should provide a document issued by the university (preferably in English) confirming the student status or in case of recent graduates up to 2 years, submit a graduation certificate or diploma.