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Enter the 2022 FPM International Awards for Trusted Medical Writing in Social Media
Health care professionals and other trusted opinion leaders need to counter the tsunami of disinformation widely disseminated in social media. Click here to find out more about previous awards and how to enter for the 2022 Awards:
deadline 31st May 2022.
These Awards are organised by the Fellowship of Postgraduate Medicine, in partnership with its official journals – the Postgraduate Medical Journal and Health Policy and Technology (HPT).
The FPM supports postgraduate medical education and research through its journals Health Policy and Technology and the Postgraduate Medicine through webinars, conferences, workshops, debates and other activities.
Health Policy and Technology (HPT), is an official journal of the Fellowship of Postgraduate Medicine (FPM) now in its 11th year,
Find out more here about the recent Conference Series of webinars jointly organised by HPT and the FPM.
The Journal focuses on health policy and the role of technology in national and international health environments.
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