In 2019 our newest Fellows will be recognised, each receiving their Fellowship Award during the Gala Dinner.
In 2016, the College named this Award in honour of the late Dr. Ken Crichton, founding Fellow and former President of the College, who passed in 2015. Ken was an inspiration to all he came into contact with, whether it be as a patient, a teacher, an examiner, a colleague, a mentor and a friend. Ken contributed in so many ways to College life and to Sports Medicine in Australasia and internationally, whether it be Leading Olympic medical teams as he did in Sydney 2000, as editor of numerous Peer reviewed Sports Medicine Journals, as NRL Club Doctor, as Medical Director of the Australian Ballet; Ken displayed endearing humility and unrivalled compassion and empathy for his patients. He was a Fellow we all aspired to be.
ACSEP will be calling for nominations for the 2019 Training Supervisor Award, to acknowledge the hard work of our supervisors and the important role they play in the development of all Registrars.
The College Medal is awarded for outstanding performance in the Fellowship Examination. The 2018 recipient of the ACSEP College Medal was Dr Etienne Du Preez.Dr Etiienne Du Preeze accepting the award from ACSEP Censor in Chief Dr Corey Cunningham.
The Australasian College of Sport and Exercise Physicians is proud to offer medical students and junior doctors identifying as Indigenous an Award to attend the College’s Annual Scientific Conference. This opportunity has been designed to enhance the recipients career and their interest in Sport and Exercise Medicine. Applications now open
The 2018 recipient of the Te ORA Award was Dr Tane Eunson with ACSEP President Dr Adam Castricum and CEO Kate Simkovic.