Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust introduces What research means to me –  a photography competition for budding photographers of all abilities to celebrate healthcare research in Manchester 2018 with £300 up for grabs for the winning entry.

In order to celebrate the 70th birthday of the NHS, the competition aims to to reflect on one of the greatest gifts people can give; taking part in healthcare research. This is a great opportunity to celebrate healthcare research and its role in shaping the NHS today.  That’s why anyone interested in healthcare research is invited to enter images that show what health research means to them.

The winning entry will receive £300 and a framed print of their image and there will also be a runner-up prize of £100 and certificates for those who are highly commended. Winning photo’s will be displayed at the Manchester Clinical Research Facility.

The closing date for entries is 9th November 2018. Entries submitted after this point will not be accepted. The winners will be announced on the 15th November 2018.

Click here for details on how to enter  and for full T&Cs of the competition 

Photography Competition: ‘What research means to me’

Good Luck and Enjoy!


‘What research means to me!’ – Photography Competition with £300 up for grabs.