Launched in 2015, the Liam and Frankie Davison Award celebrates youth and outstanding achievement in literary writing.
The Award was named in honour of RANZCOG staff member and award-winning author, Liam Davison, and his wife Frankie, a secondary school teacher, in recognition of their shared passion for nurturing and encouraging young writers.
Annually, the RANZCOG Women’s health Foundation invites senior secondary school students residing in Australia or Aotearoa New Zealand to submit an original literary piece about an issue in women’s health that interest them.
Past submissions have covered topics such as body image issues, endometriosis, postpartum depression, abortion, gender inequality and violence against women.
Now in its seventh year, the Award continues to attract high quality applications from students with a range of interests including medicine, science, health, sociology, politics or law.
The RANZCOG Women’s Health Foundation is delighted to announce the winners of the Liam and Frankie Davison Award 2022:
To read their award-winning entries, and for more information about the award, please visit the RANZCOG website.