ASME and The Clinical Teacher invite applications for their prestigious ‘New Voices in Health Professions Education’ Award 2024.

This innovative programme aims to equip early-career health professions educators and researchers with the essential skills and knowledge required for peer review.

Clinical Teacher 2024
  • Engage in contemporary scholarly debates.
  • Enhance critical analysis and communication skills.
  • Refine academic writing through mentored exposure to best practices.
  • Join a scholarly community of peer reviewers

Applications are open to individual ASME members, particularly from diverse health professions backgrounds, underrepresented groups, and regions where career development support for health professionals as educators and researchers is emerging. Successful applicants will form a supportive peer-group network, with alumni expected to join The Clinical Teacher peer review community.

Each recipient will receive:

  • A structured, progressive online program of mentored peer reviewing, supported by the journal’s editorial team.
  • Monthly online tutorials and peer discussions.
  • Guided peer reviews with access to ASME and Wiley peer review resources.
  • Online access to The Clinical Teacher and Medical Education journals for one year.

To apply, submit:

  1. A proposal (max. 500 words) outlining:
    • Your interest and experience in health professions education and/or research.
    • How the program will impact your career development.
    • How acquired skills will contribute to health professions education and/or research.
    • Any existing limitations in support systems within your institution or region.
  2. A concise curriculum vitae (max. two pages), including professional registration details.

Combine both documents into a single PDF and upload it as “Your Name NVHPE Supporting Document” via the online submission form by 5pm (BST) XXX 2024.

Recipients must:

  1. Participate in monthly tutorials and mentoring sessions.
  2. Review one paper per month throughout the program.
  3. Commit to continued peer reviewing upon program completion.

The programme will commence on  1 February 2025 and end on 30 October 2025.  Applicants are expected to be available for the 9-month period.

Don’t miss this opportunity to enhance your career and contribute to the advancement of health professions education and research. Apply now!

[Application Form Link]


  • Josie Cheetham, NHS Wales/HEIW
  • Noor-i-Kiran Naeem, Abwa Medical College, Pakistan
  • Dafydd Morgan, Great Western Hospital, Swindon
  • Jun Jie Lim, University Of Sheffield
  • Niamh Theresa McSwiney, Royal United Hospitals Bath
  • Agata Dunsmore, The University Of Edinburgh
  • Benedicta Quaye, Lancaster University
  • Sonia Ijaz Haider, Dow University Of Health Sciences, Pakistan
  • Karen Kyne, RCSI
  • Julia McLaughlin, Hywel Dda Health Board, Withybush General Hospital
  • Madeleine Kannegiesser-Bailey, Great Ormond Street Hospital For Children
  • Christopher Graham, Royal College Of Physicians of Edinburgh (RCPE)
  • Nabilah Mayat, Airedale NHS Foundation Trust
  • Maya Dyson, Birmingham City Hospital
  • Sadia Zaman, Queen Mary University
  • Pranesh Balasubramaniam, Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS
  • Vatsala Mishra, Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust



  • Dr Ainsley Richards, Princes of Wales Hospital
  • Akhilesh Kumar P H, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Jodhpur
  • Vikesh Bahadoor, Royal Lancaster Infirmary / WPMN
  • Zaha Kamran Sadiqui, Academic Unit of Medical Education, Sheffield University


  • Amy Martin, Health Education Yorkshire & The Humber
  • Han Siew Ping, Nanyang Technological University Singapore
  • Jennie Ross, University of Sheffield
ASME Group Journal Editors
Scholarship Type Research
Intended Audience Early career clinical teachers/HPE researchers (medical trainees or health professionals within five years of completion of primary health professions degree)
Nature of Award Career development
Opens On 15th July 2024