JASME would like to thank all of the individuals who have submitted pieces for the Student and Foundation Innovation Prize 2019. We were overwhelmed by the calibre of the submissions.
We would like to congratulate the following winners on their excellent submissions which were a pleasure to read.
Congratulations to the first of our two Foundation Innovation Prize Winners 2019, Natasha G (Twitter: @drnatashag) of Cambridge University NHS Trust for her work on a structured and integrated paediatric near-peer learning programme (PaedsPALs) for undergraduate students.
And congratulations to our second Foundation Innovation Prize winner 2019 Sachin de Stone of Warwick Medical School for on their work on near-peer teaching for non-biological science background graduate medical students.
Congratulations to Ngan Hong Ta (Tanya) (Twitter: @veggieequallife) from Norwich Medical School for winning the Student Innovation Prize 2019 for her work on Supporting Intercalating Medical Students Returning to Clinical Medicine.
All the winners have been invited to present at the TASME Spring Conference 2019, 13 April, Newcastle
Thanks again to everyone who submitted, we were very impressed with the excellent standard!
For more detail on all of JASME and ASME awards, please visit: https://www.asme.org.uk/awards.html