2017 winner

The 2017 winner Reda Misghina a student at Imperial College London, explores how to improve mental health diagnosis among the Deaf community in the UK in her essay ‘Marginal voices’ – a quest to improve mental health diagnosis among the deaf community in the UK.

2016 winner

The 2016 winner Emma Pencheon a student at University College London, discusses the meaning and impact of loneliness and what can be done to counteract this silent epidemic in her essay 'One is the loneliest number: insight into a silent epidemic'.


2015 winner

The 2015 winner Bethany Brown a student at King’s College London, discusses how competition can be utilised within healthcare and how different factors can affect the impact of competition in her essay 'Competition in healthcare: a review of international evidence'.