Lifetime Achievement Award

Neuroanaesthesia and Critical Care Society

Lifetime Achievement Award

This award is given in appreciation of a career devoted to research and teaching of the science and practice of Neuroanaesthesia or Neurocritical Care or outstanding service to the Neuroanaesthesia and Critical Care Society.

Read about the Lifetime Achievement Award Criteria and Nomination process Here

“It is an honour to be the first recipient of the NACCS Lifetime Achievement Award. In accepting the award, I recognise and thank the clinical and research teams I have worked with during the last 30 years; it has been a privilege to interact with so many talented colleagues. I am grateful to you all and to the Society that represents our interests. Thank you. “

Prof Martin Smith, London
Lifetime Achievement Awardee 2000

Read Prof Smith’s nomination here

“I am delighted that NACCS has selected me for the 2021/22 Lifetime Achievement Award:  There is no greater honour than having the approval of your peers, and I am very grateful NACCS for this. I am also very aware that I represent a number of clinical and scientific colleagues who have contributed to the body of work that has led to this award, and this is also a recognition of their efforts, and a chance for me to say thank you to all of them. ” 

Prof David Menon
Lifetime Achievement Awardee 2021

Read Prof Menon’s nomination here