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Awards on the MSc Public Health Programme

Gnome-application-certificate.svgWithin the MSc Public Health programme there are two awards each year in memory of past members of staff:

  • The Professor Deborah Baker memorial award for the best dissertation
  • The Dr Helen Prosser award for endeavour

The winner of the Deborah Baker award is invited back to present their research as part of the Research Seminar Series the following year.

Past winners: 

2016/17

  • The Professor Deborah Baker memorial award for the best dissertation – Miriam Bamidele ‘The relationship between pre-natal alcohol exposure and attachment security in children: as systematic review
  • The Dr Helen Prosser award for endeavour – Jessamy Brooks

2015/16

  • The Professor Deborah Baker memorial award for the best dissertation – Mohammed Fufore ‘Health workers’ knowledge, attitude and practice towards Hepatitis B infection in northern Nigeria
  • The Dr Helen Prosser award for endeavour – Umar Idris

2014/15

  • The Professor Deborah Baker memorial award for the best dissertation – Catherine Walters ‘Female Genital Mutilation: why does the practice continue?
  • The Dr Helen Prosser award for endeavour – Ashley Carrick

2013/14

  • The Professor Deborah Baker memorial award for the best dissertation – Karen Proctor ‘The impact of community-based end of life care on the utilisation of hospital services: a systematic review
  • The Dr Helen Prosser award for endeavour – Mashael Alshaikh