Naming and Praising
SIRC identifies examples of responsible media coverage of often controversial health and science issues.
- February 2004 – Jeremy Laurance discusses alcohol, sunlight and 'our inability to tolerate uncertainty.'
- July 2003 – Tim Radford on the perils of the barbeque.
- October 2002 – Amanda Ursell for her thoughtful and balanced piece in the Daily Telegraph on MSG and eyesight.
- April 2002 – James Meikle and David Derbyshire for their coverage of the Parkinson's Disease 'breakthrough'.
- August 2001 – Anna Whitney of the Independent for her article on the a new treatment for Alzheimer's Disease
- January 2001 – Roundup of the best of late 2000
- October 2000 – The Independent, for coverage of the polio vaccine and BSE scare
- August 2000 – Tim Radford on gene therapy for heart patients
- June 2000 – BBC News Online on worries about the new contraceptive pill
- April 2000 – Nigel Hawkes, Times on smoking and mental decline
- April 2000 – BBC News Online on Crohn's disease and vitamin D deficiency
- January 2000 – Maggie Morgan, Express on heart disease and X-rays
- January 2000 – Martin Stote, Express on curry spices and colon cancer
- October 1999 – The first awards