Academic Prizes
Centre for Remote Health

The Centre for Remote Health offers the following prizes for academic excellence:

Centre for Remote Health Prize for Outstanding Masters Graduate

  • The prize may be awarded annually by the Examinations Board of the Flinders University School of Medicine (Remote Health)
  • The value of the prize will be a plaque and $500 from the Centre for Remote Health
  • The prize shall be awarded to the outstanding student completing the Master of Remote and Indigenous Health whose overall academic record, performance in clinical reasoning in the remote context, and the clinical practicums of the intensive blocks are judged to be the best
  • The prize will be presented by the course coordinator at the annual CRANAplus conference

 

 Prizewinners

2017 – Beth Hummerston
2016 – Matthew Busbridge
2015 – Sarah Quihampton
2014 – Stuart Mobsby
2013 – Kristy Cooper

 

HealthCare Australia Prize for The most outstanding student in the topic Remote Advanced Nursing Practice

  • The prize may be awarded annually by the Examinations Board of the Flinders University School of Medicine (Remote Health)
  • The value of the prize shall be a $500 Qantas voucher and a plaque
  • The prize shall be awarded to the student whose overall performance in the topic REMH8006 Remote Advanced Nursing Practice and Pharmacotherapeutics is judged to be the best
  • The prize will be presented at the annual CRANAplus Conference

 

Prizewinners

2017 – Kristy Butler
2016 – Claire Alcorn
2015 – Marjorie Middleton
2014 – Julie Todd
2013 – Lianne McPherson

 

The Therapeutics Guidelines Prize for the Highest Achiever in the topic Chronic Disease in Remote & Indigenous Primary Health Care

  • The prize may be awarded annually by the Examinations Board of the Flinders University School of Medicine (Remote Health) 
  • The value of the prize shall be a 2 year electronic Therapeutic Guidelines complete subscription (valued at $712) and a plaque 
  • The prize shall be awarded to the student whose overall performance in the topic REMH8021 Chronic Disease in Remote & Indigenous Primary Health Care is judged to be the best
  • The prize will be presented at the annual CRANAplus Conference

 

 Prizewinners

2017 – Melanie McFarlane
2016 – Janet Hunter

 

 

 

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