Le prix récompense le meilleur article scientifique écrit par un·e assistant·e. Le travail doit être axé sur l’aspect pédiatrique. Le jugement sera basé sur un article décrivant le travail, en tenant compte de l’originalité, de l’exhaustivité, de l’exactitude scientifique et de la contribution à la science. Le montant du prix est de 5’000 CHF.
La date limite d’inscription est fixée au 28 février 2023. Call for entries for the SGP/SSP Talent Prize 2023
Call for entries for the SGP/SSP Talent Prize 202 3
Articles have to be received no later than February 28, 202 3. No submissions are
accepted after this date.
An annual prize for the best scientific article prepared by a trainee has been
authorized by the SGP membership at its 2008 meeting in Lugano. The Society
thought to constrict the contest to physicians in training. The focus of the trainee’s
work should be on some aspect of pediatrics, be it in basic sc ience, translational
science, or clinical medicine. The trainee’s work should be performed entirely or at
least partly in Switzerland. Judgment will be based on a written article describing
work done by the trainee him/herself and will consider originality , completeness,
scientific accuracy, and contribution to science. Contestants must have been in
training when the work reflected in the article was performed, and must still be in
the training period or not more than one year thereafter at the time of submission.
The applicant’s mentor must certify both these points and comment the
contribution of the trainee.
The article has to be prepared as such for official publication (see Instructions for
Authors), and should be composed in Engl ish. The prize will consist of
complementary registration fees for the SGP meeting, and 5000 CHF.
It is expected that the winner will present his/her work at the time of the SGP
meeting. Manuscripts must not have been submitted to any journal prior to January
1, 2020 . It is further understood that the winning article may have co -authors, but
that the first author must be the trainee who is awarded by the SGP Prize. The
manuscript should be accompanied by a letter stating the specific c ontribution of
the trainee and a statement concerning previous achievements, promotional
development and curricular concept. It is further understood that all entries must be
sponsored by the trainee’s head of department certifying that the work reported i s
by the trainee him/herself and that the entrant is a trainee in good standing. The
head of department does not have to be a member of SGP.
The SGP will provide time during the annual meeting for the presentation of the
winning paper. The time allowed wi ll be decided by the Local Program Committee.
The winning article will be printed and distributed to all participants during the
Instructions for Authors
Articles must adequately describe the objectives and results of the research so that
the quality, originality and completeness of the work can be evaluated by the panel
of judges. The article should contain: an introduction indicating the purpose of the
study; a description of pertinent experimental procedures, including statistical
evaluation where appropriate; a summary of the results; and a statement of the
Authors must accept sole responsibility for the statements in their articles. Authors
must submit, together with their article, their curriculum vitae. Authors shou ld also
provide the names and complete addresses of one or two suitable persons in the
field of their submission who could act as independent reviewers. Authors should
also indicate to whom they do not wish to have their manuscripts sent for review.
The article should be sent, together with a covering letter from the author’s mentor,
to the address below:
pädiatrie schweiz / pédiatrie suisse
Sekretariat / Secrétariat
Postfach 516 / Case postale 516
1701 Freiburg / 1701 Fribourg
Tel. 026 350 33 44
sekreta email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org
Articles have to be received no later than February 28, 202 3! No submissions are
accepted after this date.