Abstract & Posters – ASM 2022

Birmingham 2022 ASM Prize results

Cash prizes

Harvey Granat Award for best oral presentation

Winner (€400) – Dr Zoeb Jiwaji – Prolonged volatile anesthesia drives deleteriou
changes to astrocyte gene-expression
Runner Up (£200) – Dr Sam Khanna – Understanding care outside of the neurosurgical
centre in patients with chronic subdural hematoma: a multi-centre study from the East of
England

Poster Prizes

Winner (£200) – Daniel Lawson – Evaluating the communication of antithrombotic
management plans and follow-up advice in patients undergoing surgical evacuation of
chronic subdural haematoma
Runner Up (£100) – Dr Sebastian Tanner – Haemostasis: How far do we go to prove
coagulation is normal?


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Harvey Granat Award finalists announced!

  • Introduction of a crisis resource management (CRM) tool for the management of a neurosurgical emergency using ‘The Blown Pupil Pathway’. Dr Rachel Steele
  • Understanding care outside of the neurosurgical centre in patients with chronic subdural haematoma: a multi-centre study from the East of England. Dr Sam Khanna
  • Prolonged volatile anaesthesia drives deleterious changes to astrocyte gene-expression. Dr Zoeb Jiwaji
  • Environmental Noise in Neuro ICU. Dr Mohamed Mohamed
  • Improving management of external ventricular drains for intrahospital transfers: Multimodal education including a novel digital information tool. A quality improvement project at University Hospitals Plymouth NHS Trust. Dr Robert Stabler

Best Poster Award finalists announced!

  • Evaluating the communication of antithrombotic management plans and follow-up advice in patients undergoing surgical evacuation of chronic subdural haematoma. Dr Daniel Lawson
  • Introduction of a safety checklist for patients undergoing changes of position under anaesthesia. Dr Kareem Hussein
  • Impact of contralateral carotid disease on choice of postoperative destination and functional outcome. Dr Udayanthi Nanayakkara
  • Haemostasis: How far do we go to prove coagulation is normal? Dr Sebastian Tanner
  • Patient perspectives on the delivery of care for chronic subdural haematoma in the East of England. Dr Mark Vivian