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John Corboy Medal
The John Corboy Medal is a prestigious award for surgical Trainees. It commemorates Dr John Corboy's achievements and recognises exceptional service by other Trainees. On the recommendation of the Trainees' Association, the John Corboy Medal is awarded annually to a Trainee who demonstrates the characteristics for which John was admired.
The award is made to a candidate who shows some or all of the following qualities:
- Outstanding leadership
- Selfless service
- Service to trainees of the College
These qualities must be demonstrated in either the performance of his or her duties, service to the surgical community, the manner of and approach to the fulfilment of their surgical training and/or by their commitment to and involvement with the community of surgical Trainees.
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John Corboy Medal recipients
2021 - Ahrin Anna Morrow
2020 - Christopher Conyard
2019 - Ruth Mitchell
2018 - Kimberly Aikins
2017 - Genevieve Gibbons
2016 - Grant A Fraser-Kirk
2014 - Gregory O'Grady
2013 - Ruth Blackham
2011 - Brandon Adams
2010 - Matthew Peters
John Corboy Medal policy & contact
Please refer to the policy governing the John Corboy Medal (PDF 43.65KB) before submitting a nomination. Nominations must meet the criteria outlined in the policy. Download the John Corboy Medal nomination form (PDF 53.65KB).
Nominations for the 2022 John Corboy Medal may be emailed to RACSTA@surgeons.org by 26 September 2021
For queries, contact the Executive Officer on +61 3 9249 1212.