The Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene (RSTMH) and Students for Global Health (SfGH) are delighted to open the Explaining AMR: Student Poster Prize 2020.
We invite currently enrolled students to create a portrait poster to introduce antimicrobial resistance (AMR) to members of the general public.
Suggested angles might include:
- what is antimicrobial resistance?
- why is it a challenge?
- why the general public should care?
- how can it be prevented?
The posters should also consider the need to attract attention and engagement.
Posters will be judged anonymously on creativity, design, content and readability, by a panel of experts.
Student entrants must not write their name anywhere on the poster.
Posters should be submitted in pdf format.
Who can enter?
- Entrance is only for currently enrolled students.
- Each student may enter only one poster into the competition in pdf format.
- Student entrants must be a member of SfGH and/or RSTMH.
- The prize is open to current students, based anywhere in the world.
The winner of the competition will be awarded free RSTMH membership for one year (or your renewal paid for if you are already a member).
The winning poster will be featured on the RSTMH and SfGH social media channels and websites.
The two runners up will receive a goody bag of RSTMH merchandise and a highly commended certificate.
Submissions after 16:00 (UK time) on 9 December 2020 will not be considered.
Submissions must be made through the online form.