Staff and Graduates shortlisted at the NMAHP Awards 2017

Scottish NMAHP Research Awards 2017
Congratulations and best wishes to staff and students shortlisted in the Scottish NMAHP Research Awards 2017:

  • Dr Karen Semple of the NMAHP Research Unit has been shortlisted for the for her involvement in developing an innovative intervention for parents of young children with cystic fibrosis funded by the Chief Scientist’s Office and The Cystic Fibrosis Trust.  Karen, who is a prosthetist and orthotist by background, worked as a research fellow between 2014 and 2016 on the SCooP project with colleague Dr Mark Grindle and principal investigator Emma France to create a short film to help parents and their children adhere to home chest physiotherapy (PI: Dr Emma France);
  • Our QI Practicum work by PhD graduate Dr Michelle Beattie, Dr Ashley Shepherd and Lorraine Armstrong as been shortlisted in the Impact category;
  • The ‘Development and preliminary psychometric properties of the Care Experience Feedback Improvement Tool (CEFIT)’ paper by Dr Michelle Beattie, Dr Ashley Shepherd, Dr Julie Cowie et al has been shortlisted in the Research Paper category;
  • Dr David Fitzpatrick has been shortlisted in the Early Career Researcher Award;
  • PhD graduate Dr Barbara Farquharson is shortlisted in the Innovation category.

The winners will be announced at an awards ceremony in Edinburgh on 9 November 2017. A list of those shortlisted can be found here.

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