FPM Conference Series: 2. FPM International Awards for Medical Writing in Social Media for 2021. 23 August 2021

The winners of the 2021 FPM International Awards for Medical Writing in Social Media were announced on Monday 23rd August from 4pm UK time at an online Awards Event within the FPM 2021 Conference Series on Updates on Medicine.

The Fellowship of Postgraduate Medicine is partnering with its journals – Health Policy and Technology and the Postgraduate Medical Journal – to provide international awards for well-informed, clear writing on health matters in social media. The first of these Awards were presented in 2020.

These annual international awards are for medical or other health professional graduates from anywhere in the world. Go to this link for our latest Editorial on the FPM International Awards for Medical Writing in Social Media.

The awards were announced by the judges during the online Awards session after shortlisted entrants had each given a 5 minute presentation based on their articles followed by Q & A by the panel and audience.

Click here for biographies of the entrants

Click here for more on the judges

International Winner

COVID-19: Looking for a silver lining

Aaysha Cader
Assistant Professor of Cardiology
Ibrahim Cardiac Hospital & Research Institute
Dhaka
Bangladesh

Award for Europe

Health Equity

Rhian Last
Nurse Educator
Leeds
West Yorkshire

Award for North America

Coils To Locs: Cancer And A Life Pivot Creates A Startup

Barnet Sherman
Senior Contributor
Forbes.com
Hingham
United States

Shortlisted for the International Award, the Award for Europe and the Award for North America

Cardiovascular diseases in women: the heart of the matter

Aaysha Cader
Assistant Professor of Cardiology
Ibrahim Cardiac Hospital & Research Institute
Dhaka
Bangladesh

Over The Top

Dr Sarah Fitzgibbon
GP
Cork
Ireland

Exercise still a miracle cure but in need of a different approach

Scarlett McNally
Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon
East Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust
EASTBOURNE
United Kingdom

After the treatment ends…a personal perspective on the challenges faced while recovering from cancer

Dr Claire Vicary
GP
Sheffield
United Kingdom

A Calling to Medicine from Hollywood

Jade Cobern
Resident
Johns Hopkins
Baltimore
United States

Combating patient isolation: Breast cancer treatment during the COVID-19 pandemic

Kirstyn Brownson
Surgical Breast Oncologist
Assistant Professor of Surgery
Huntsman Cancer Institute and the University of Utah School of Medicine
Salt Lake City
United States

and

Dr Jake Erickson
Psychiatry Resident
University of Iowa


Commended

Overcoming the divide

Raghav Bhargava
Endocrinology Registrar
University College Hospital London
London
United Kingdom

Reflections of 2020: adaptations and lessons learned

Aaysha Cader
Assistant Professor of Cardiology
Ibrahim Cardiac Hospital & Research Institute
Dhaka
Bangladesh

What are our opportunities in clinical trials?

Aaysha Cader (2nd author: Mohammad Jahid Hasan [joint entry])
Assistant Professor of Cardiology (AC)
Ibrahim Cardiac Hospital & Research Institute
Dhaka 1000
Bangladesh

Covid-19: Getting the messaging right

Aaysha Cader and Mohammad Ibn Abdul Malek (joint entry)
Assistant Professor of Cardiology (AC)
Ibrahim Cardiac Hospital & Research Institute
Dhaka 1000
Bangladesh

Lifestyle, Health and Wellbeing – COVID-19 and beyond

Rhian Last
Nurse Educator
Leeds
West Yorkshire

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