Wylie Undergraduate Essay Prize
The Wylie Medal 2022 will be awarded to the most meritorious essay under the title of Inequalities in health this year: how does it affect pre-operative care & recovery? Essays must be written by an undergraduate medical student at a university in Great Britain or Ireland. The overall winner will receive the Wylie Medal in memory of Dr W Derek Wylie, President of the Association 1980-82.
Applications are invited from medical students studying in Great Britain and Ireland (subject to confirmation of eligibility).
- All applicants should be the sole author of their essay.
- The word limit is 1,000 words (excluding references and headings).
- Some essays may be published online or in Anaesthesia News, depending on their suitability and at the discretion of the Association. All essay submissions will be subject to a plagiarism check and the results will be considered as part of the judging process.
- All submissions will be blinded to reviewers. Author names and contact information should not be included on the submitted essay.
Submit your essay here
The deadline for submission is 23:59 on Wednesday 12 January 2022.
Mr Ansh Tandon was awarded the 2021 Wylie Undergraduate Essay Prize for his essay entitled Artificial intelligence - threat or saviour for the anaesthesia workforce. His essay will be published in a future issue of Anaesthesia News.