2022 FPM International Medical Writing awards: deadline 31 May

The Fellowship of Postgraduate Medicine is partnering with its journals – Health Policy and Technology and the Postgraduate Medical Journal – to provide annual 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 an Editorial on the FPM International Awards for Medical Writing in Social Media.

Previous FPM International Medical Writing awards have featured winners and commended entrants from Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe and North America.

Click here to view Winners and Shortlisted and Commended entries in the 2021 FPM Awards.

Entries for the award are free.

Click here for the link to the entry form for the 2022 FPM International Medical Writing awards


Entry form and instructions for entrants

2022 FPM International Awards for Medical Writing in Social Media: Instructions for entrants

Go to this link for the entry form for the 2022 FPM International Writing Awards.


The Awards

There will be an International Prize (award £200) and regional awards, subject to the decision of the judges.

There will be further awards of £100 either for being an entrant shortlisted for the International Prize or for being a Regional award winner.

Award winners will also have winning content published in one of the FPM’s journals: either in Health Policy and Technology or in the Postgraduate Medical Journal.

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