Edgar Stene Prize
Every year EULAR and the Standing Committee of PARE offer the Edgar Stene Prize for the best essay on a previously determined topic. The Stene Prize is EUR 1'000 and includes travel to the Annual EULAR Congress of that year with hotel accommodation for up to four nights as well as an invitation to attend the Opening Plenary Session and the Congress Dinner at the EULAR congress.
The national organisations of people with arthritis/rheumatism invite all people with RMDs in their countries to participate in the competition by writing and submitting an essay on the topic of the year. Essays may be written in any national language and should not exceed two typewritten pages. Persons who are professionally connected with rheumatology are excluded from the competition.
The best entry from each country will be submitted for the final decision made by the jury elected by the PARE Standing Committee.
Information about Edgar Stene 2018 can be found here
Previous entries from the UK
- 2017 - "Time is joint - joints over time"
(UK entry by Fleur Farrell)
- 2016 - "Living with a rheumatic or musculoskeletal disease (RMD): How I take action to enjoy life to the full"
(UK and prize winning entry by Simon Stones)
- 2015 - Not available
- 2014 - ‘’Vision 2043 – my ideal world for people with a rheumatic or musculoskeletal disease’’. A dream that could become a reality.
(UK entry by Liz Buckley)
- 2013 - “Growing up or growing older – my secret for healthy ageing with a rheumatic or musculoskeletal disease”
(UK entry by Caroline Howson)