Incentivising Contraceptive Use: A helping hand or a push in the wrong direction? By Beorgeina L Jarman
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Date: 20 Oct 2017
Type: FSRH News and Information
FSRH is delighted to announce that the winners of the annual Margaret Jackson Essay prize have been confirmed.
The winning essay by Georgeina L Jarman was entitled ‘Incentivising contraceptive use: A helping hand or a push in the wrong direction?. Georgeina receives a prize of £300 her essay will be considered for publication in our journal, BMJ Sexual and Reproductive Health.
The two runners up were Naomi Joshua with an essay entitled ‘ A false economy: the impact of current UK commissioning and health economics on women’s access to contraception and Siobhian Moores who wrote, ‘A hidden population: What are the sexual health needs of women who have sex with women?' Both Naomi and Siobhian will receive a prize of £100 each for their efforts.
The prize winning essays can be viewed below.
More information on how entry criteria can be found on our website here.
Congratulations to our winners.