Sarah Hughes Trust Prize The
Sarah Hughes Trust Prize is an annual prize in memory of the journalist Sarah
In partnership with the Royal Society of Medicine and promoted together with the Medical Journalists Association, each year the prize recognises exceptional journalism that exposes false or misleading information – so-called ‘fake news’ – in health or medicine.
The 2022 Sarah Hughes Trust Prize was awarded to BBC journalists Rachel Schraer and Jack Goodman for their exposé of the false science that fuelled belief in ivermectin as a ‘miracle drug’ for treating COVID-19.
Sarah Hughes Trust Prize – Rachel Schraer and Jack Goodman