The RANZCOG Blog Post Award - Win $300
We are proud to introduce the RANZCOG Award for the best blog post published in the NZMSJ blog each year.
This annual prize is valued at $300 kindly sponsored by the RANZCOG
- All original blog posts published on the NZMSJ blog that have not received a previous award for their post, and have a New Zealand medical student as a first or second author are eligible.
- The articles are judged using a scoring rubric that assesses the quality of each blog post as well as how well it aligns with the aims of the journal of producing educational content that is of interest to our readers and written professionally.
Submit your blog post here: https://www.nzmsj.com/how-to-submit-my-manuscript.html
- 2021: Ryan Ord-Speed (University of Otago), who wrote a blog post titled "Shifting from the classroom to the clinic". You can read his blog post here: https://nzmsj.scholasticahq.com/post/836-shifting-from-the-classroom-to-the-clinic
- 2020: Bryony Harrison (University of Otago), who wrote a blog post titled "Starting a family at medical school". You can read her blog post here: https://nzmsj.scholasticahq.com/post/608-starting-a-family-in-medical-school