Student professionalism competition 2021

Every year we run a student professionalism competition with the Medical Schools Council based on our joint guidance, Achieving good medical practice.

In 2021, we asked students at UK medical schools to create an online learning resource focussed on how to work effectively in multidisciplinary teams. Thank you to all the medical students who entered. The winning entry, as well as the runners-up and the shortlist, are available below.

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2021 winners

Molly Hugkulstone and Clare Pearson, University of Cambridge (overall winners)

Ananya Diddapur, Imperial College London (runner-up)

Vishal Shiatis, Apoorva Kumar and Deekshitha Umasankar, Kings College London and St George's, University of London (runners-up)

Catherine Mills and Madeline Whitcomb, St George's, University of London (shortlisted)

For ease of access, this version of the module has limited functionality. A fully functional version will be available soon.

Hania Sohawon, Brandon-George Norman, Kuma Nkuo and Rayma Risquet, University of Buckingham (shortlisted)

For ease of access, this version of the module has limited functionality. A fully functional version is available here.

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