The Christine and Adrian Fowle Prize

This prize, established by past president of the society Adrian Fowle and his wife Christine is intended to recognise excellence in the practice of clinical neurophysiology other than in science, and in particular in its human aspects. These include:

Providing excellent care to patients

Supporting colleagues

Teaching and training

Developing and delivering excellent services

Contributions to the BSCN and other national and international bodies in their political development

Recipients should have some connection to British clinical neurophysiology but need not be members of the BSCN, nor even clinicians. Potential recipients may be nominated by members of the BSCN and the prize will be awarded at the discretion of the BSCN council.


2020 - Dr Steve Coates - for his work in establishing TeleEEG as a resource for the reporting of EEG in less privileged countries.