UEP 2018 Avrupa Foniyatri EUHA İşitme Ödülü
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Prof.Dr. Haldun OĞUZ , Avrupa Foniyatri Akademisi Başkan Yardımcısı
2018 European Phoniatrics EUHA Hearing Award
The Union of the European Phoniatricians (UEP) is an association for all physicians who are active in phoniatrics as well as colleagues in training in phoniatrics. UEP is a platform for an exchange of expert knowledge, clinical experience and scientific work in this area. UEP promotes the cooperation of phoniatricians in Europe, its neighbouring countries, and on a worldwide scale, those countries who have put the European model of phoniatrics into practice.
The European Union of Hearing Aid Acousticians (EUHA) is an association for all persons working in the hearing aid sector for the benefit of people with impaired hearing. The association aims at bringing together hearing aid acousticians, scientists and laymen, who want to take part in specialised further education and vocational training.
In 2013, the award was inaugurated as a UEP award sponsored by the EUHA. The third European Phoniatrics EUHA Hearing Award will be presented on the occasion of the 29th UEP Congress in Helsinki.
The 2018 UEP Sponsorship Award ceremony will be held during the 29th Congress of the Union of the European Phoniatricians (UEP) scheduled to take place in Helsinki, Finland, from 13 to 16 June 2018. Awards must be accepted in person. Prize monies will be transferred to the prize winners’ respective bank accounts as a lumpsum
The decision if a scientific work submitted within the period stipulated meets the requirements of this award competition, and which of the submitted papers will be awarded a prize, is taken by a jury convened by five UEP experts who are free in their decision making. UEP Board members are excluded from the jury. The EUHA will not
provide any jury members and renounces their right to vote.
Up to three scientific works may be awarded a prize with prize monies worth
2000 euros for the first prize,
1000 euros for the second prize, and
500 euros for the third prize.
Who is eligible?
The 2018 award competition is intended for UEP members and all physicians who are active in phoniatrics as well as colleagues in training in phoniatrics and members of other professions if the scientific work is initiated and
supervised by a phoniatrician.
All UEP members are entitled to nominate candidates. Only one publication or one thesis may be included in the application for the award. The publishing date of the publication or thesis must not be older than three years.
What is required?
The scientific work should deal with a topic concerning the technical rehabilitation of deficiencies affecting the auditory communication system in children or adults and should exhibit potential for development.
Applications must be received by 15th April 2018.
An electronic copy of the scientific work should be submitted to the UEP office by e-mail: email@example.com. The application must be accompanied by the author‘s curriculum vitae.
Right of use
After submission for the award competition, the scientific work will remain the copyrighted property of the author or the respective publisher. With acceptance of the award, the EUHA will be granted the right of publication of the paper in whole or in parts.
At the same time, awardees will undertake to present the award topic at one of the EUHA’s conferences, seminars, or courses at the earliest date possible.
The participants in the award competition declare their consent to the EUHA publishing their names and the titles of their scientific work as part of the EUHA website and, if applicable, in a EUHA press release. The participants also agree to visual and sound recordings being made during the award ceremony and being used thereafter.
The jury‘s decision is final. There is no legal recourse.