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CPHVA Education & Development Trust - previous Mac...

1999 Karen Hoare: Pat McQueen Award

2000 Jenny Hugman, Milton  Keynes  Excellence in Leadership

2001 Rosemary Hughes, Nottingham PCT and Sue Warriner, Armagh PCT: Excellence in Practice

2002 Deborah Lapthorne, Plymouth PCT:  Excellence in Education

2004 Elizabeth Taylor, Southampton PCT: Excellence in Practice:
Mary Lowe, Thurrock PCT: Caroline Puckett Memorial Award: Excellence in Training: 
Louise Condon, William Budd Health Centre: Lady Limerick Bursary: Excellence in Research

2005 Jane Hyde:  Excellence in Leadership

2006 Anita McCrum, Barnsley PCT: Excellence in Education

2007 Deborah Bone, East & N. Herts PCT: Excellence in Practice

2008 Christine Bidmead, South London & Maudsley PCT: Excellence in Research:
Tracey Young: Overseas Project:
Angela Underdown: Excellence in Research

2009 Deborah Rountree, University of Sussex: Excellence in Practice

2010 Jayne Botham,  Hull City Health Care Partnership: Excellence in Leadership.
Felister Heeley: Travel Award winner;         
Research Poster: Julie Greenway, University of Bristol for ‘HVs views on ethical issues in practice’
Practice Poster: Ruth Reilly, University of Lincoln  for her poster ‘forgotten families, wasted lives’ which was about epilepsy.

2011 Amanda Corr    Excellence in practice                                                   
Travel award winner: Liz Staples, York – Public health in Uganda                        
Research Poster: Toity Deave, Bristol university - Updating home safety messages for healthcare professionals 
Practice Poster:  paediatric dietition Judy More- evidence based portion sizes for 1-3 year olds
  
2012 no award given
Travel award winner: Rev Helen Wordsworth – Parish Nursing
Research Poster: Regender Athi and team, Birmingham City University - meeting the health & social care needs of families with multiple births
Practice Poster: Chris Beer & Janet Marsh, Kent Community Health NHS Trust - Clean & dry in time for school

2013
Travel award winners: Wendy Kelman - NN Scotland - book bus, Zimbabwe and Ruth Chorley - health visitor, health promotion work in Swahili language to locals in Tanzania
Excellence in Practice: Liz Plastow - developing resources to support practice teachers in practice
and Excellence in Research - Kevin Hogan, Wales - safeguarding children and dental practice
Research Poster: Alison McFadden - healthy start - understanding the use of vouchers and vitamins
Practice Poster: Judy Moor, paediatric dietition- measured outcomes for disseminating the '10 healthy steps for healthy toddlers' into childcare settings
Special Poster: Leeds Community Healthcare - growing bright futures for children

2014
Posters: Pauline Bigwood - Vit D
Christina Brookes - HVs prescribing for emollients

2015 (March awards ceremony)
Suzanne Watts - research PhD - a qualitative study to explore how HVs & GPs can strengthen their collaborative safeguarding practice (£12,500)
Fleur Seekins - Parent led design of the personal child health record (£3,000)
Maggie Crosbie - 'too hot to handle' home safety (£3,000)
Georgina Mayes - parenting & family support award of £1,000
Carolyn Taylor - travel award £2,000 - Mityana foundation, Uganda
Research Poster - Janet Gargiulo, Glyndwr University - resilience & emotional intelligence
Karen Butler & Joanne Greenside, NN First Community Health & Care - introducing family foods
Jayne Hollinshead & Keri Christine, HVs Walsall Healthcare NHS Trust - First Steps - HV post natal group in a high impact area

2016
Research bursary (£12,500): Elaine McInnes PhD - study regarding preceptorship for newly qualified HVs
Travel bursary for public health activity abroad (£2,000): Audrey Dillon, obstetric & newborn care in Sudan
Research Poster: Georgia Cook, PhD student, Oxford Brookes University - Parents, children & slumber; UK parents help-seeking behaviours relating to infant and toddler sleep
Practice Poster: Lynda Mutter, PDN & Ivana Oracova, NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde - Communicating with parents about change using a strengths based approach