EULAR launches the Edgar Stene Prize competition 2022 

EULAR launches the Edgar Stene Prize competition 2022, calling EULAR PARE Member Organisations to open the competition at national level, to encourage persons living with Rheumatic and Musculoskeletal Diseases (RMDs) to participate and write about their personal experience on the topic: 

“How treating my RMD
has influenced my hopes
for the future” 

 

See the list of EULAR PARE Member Organisations

 

Who can apply

EULAR PARE Member Organisations invite people living with RMDs (minimum age of 18 years) in their respective 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. 

Direct entries to EULAR will not be accepted.

Deadline for submissions by EULAR PARE member organisations: 20 January 2022

 

Competition rules

The 2022 EULAR Edgar Stene Prize competition rules are distributed to EULAR PARE Member Organisations so they can run the competition nationally.

Member organisations select the best entry from their country to submit to the EULAR Office for judging by the Edgar Stene Prize Jury.

The winners will be selected by the 2022 Edgar Stene Prize Jury, to be announced by 15 March 2022, then awarded at the Opening Plenary session taking place at the EULAR European Congress of Rheumatology, EULAR 2022, 1 June.

 

Prizes

The competition has a first prize money of EUR 1,000 including a travel bursary to attend the EULAR 2022 Opening Plenary session and an invitation to the EULAR Congress dinner in Copenhagen*. Second and third prizes are awarded with prize money of EUR 700 and EUR 300 respectively. 

See the 2022 EULAR Edgar Stene Prize competition rules for more details.

 

About the Edgar Stene Prize

First awarded in June 1975 during the EULAR European Congress of Rheumatology in Helsinki-Finland, the Edgar Stene Prize was created by EULAR to honour the memory of Edgar W Stene.

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Related information

Stene Prize Booklets

Access the Stene Prize booklets from previous competition editions to read the inspiring and moving stories from its winners:

2021

How digital solutions benefit my life as a person with an RMD

2020

Being a person with a rheumatic or musculoskeletal disease – How my voluntary work benefits me

2019

My ideal employer - Work without barriers for people with rheumatic and musculoskeletal diseases

2018

My personal champion - Supporting my everyday life with a rheumatic and musculoskeletal disease

2017

Don’t Delay, Connect Today - Early diagnosis and access to care in rheumatic and musculoskeletal diseases – the ideal world and the reality

2016

Living with a rheumatic or musculoskeletal disease – How I take action to enjoy life to the full

2015

Taking control of my life: working together with health professionals to take control of my personal goals

2014

Vision 2043: My ideal world for people with rheumatic or musculoskeletal diseases

2013

Growing up or growing older - my secret for ageing with a rheumatic or musculoskeletal disease

2012

Overcoming the challenges of getting around with a rheumatic or musculoskeletal disease

2011

How exercise improves my life with a rheumatic disease

2010

Living with a rheumatic disease - my daily reality

2009

Rare but no less severe: the challenge of coping with a rare rheumatic disease


EULAR in the context of persons living with RMDs

EULAR exists to reduce the burden of RMDs on individuals and society, and to improve treatment, prevention and rehabilitation outcomes. It demonstrates the impact of RMDs on society, the economy and individuals – including families and loved ones.
The EULAR family gives its time to share experiences of living or working with a condition, and to raise awareness of the need for early diagnosis and the right treatment at the right time.

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