NIHR New Media Competition's Previous Winners

Round 5: 2015 Competition winners

Winners of Category 1: Raising awareness of your research had two joint first prizes awarded: Lets go Digital: A study on health related internet use amongst people with experience of psychosis by, Dr Golnar Aref-Adib, Puffin O’Hanlon, Kate Fullarton, Dr Andrew Sommerlad, Prof Sonia Johnson, Prof David Osborn and Co-designing an innovative sip straw By, NIHR Devices for Dignity HTC

Category 2: Recruitment to NIHR clinical trials/encouraging participation in a research study had a prize awarded to Yorkshire Health Study: Your health, your research by, Dr Annette Haywood

Round 4: September 2014 Competition Entries

Overall Winner in the raising awareness of your research category: TimeLi Dementia Diagnosis Study, Dr Sam Creavin, NIHR Academic Clinical Fellow, University of Bristol 

Equal Runner Up PrizesMIA, Management and Interventions in Asthma, The MIA Research Team, University College London  Interstitial Lung Disease – diagnosis and monitoring by auscultation, James Thomson, University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust  

First prize in the Recruitment to NIHR Clinical Trials category went to TARVA patient information video, Mr Andy Goldberg, Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital.

A special prize went to NIHR aphasia project, Speakeasy and Gill Pearl, Speakeasy for Patient and Public Involvement

Round 3: March 2014 Competition Entries

Overall Winner: Improving balance through dance,
Helping people with Parkinson's
Malcolm Burnett, University of Southampton

Researcher category: EPIONE: Evaluation of Peri-Operative pain in Osteoarthritis of the kNEe
, Anushka Soni, University of Oxford          


Round 2: September 2013 Competition Entries

First PrizeProfessor Nicholas Clarkes's Infant Hip  Dysplasia Clinic, James Thomson (NIHR Southampton  Biomedical Research Centre)

Joint runner up prizes:Making a Difference Victoria Watson (University of Liverpool and Royal Liverpool NHS Trust) and Reflections on Research Carol Fitzgerald (NIHR Imperial BRC, Royal Brompton Cardiovascular and Respiratory Units and CLAHRC North West London)


Round 1: March 2013 Competition Entries

First Prize: Improving Prescribing with Information Technology, James Coleman
Joint runner up prizes: Upstream: The Adventures of D-Man Murtaza Siddiqui; Seeing the Unseen: Understanding Adolescent Eating Disorders Nadia Micali; Tranman: A clot stabiliser can save lives of trauma victims LSHTM Clinical Trials Unit



Pilot Scheme: Summer 2012 Competition Entries


First Prize: Chronic.mp4 submitted by Philip Shelton, NIHR CLAHRC  Leicestershire, Northamptonshire and Rutland
Runner up prizes: My Bugs and Me submitted by Kathy Sim, NIHR Doctoral Research Fellow, Section of Paediatrics, Imperial College London;
Advanced Preclinical Testing of Joint Replacement Devices submitted by Mazen Al-Hajjar, Institute of Medical and Biomedical Engineering, University of Leeds.