The School of Population Health held a memorial celebration of Konrad Jamrozik's contributions to public health. Held at the UWA Boatshed on 21 April, SPH invited current and former UWA staff and postgraduate students who knew him well, as well as other academic and professional colleagues who knew him well, to attend the memorial. Tributes will be made by Judy Straton, Michael Hobbs and Michael Daube.
Courtney Hodder's book "Billy and the Magical Boab Tree: A Fight with a Nasty Mite" is being launched in Broome on 14 December 2009.
Courtney is a Bachelor of Health Science HSMD3316 student who undertook her practicum at WoundsWest. Courtney's project was to write a book for children throughout the Kimberley in an effort to reduce the prevalence and incidence of scabies among indigenous and non-indigenous children.
Dr Richard Riley has been awarded the prestigious First Prize in the 'Basis of Medicine' category
of the British Medical Association Book Awards for 2009.
SPH would like to congratulate a member of our graduate research student community, Dr Richard Riley, who has been awarded the prestigious First Prize in the 'Basis of Medicine' category of the British Medical Association Book Awards for 2009.
Congratulations to W. Professor Judith Finn who received the Researcher of the YearNursing and Midwifery Excellence Award at the Nurses and Midwives Board of
Western Australia Excellence Awards dinner this weekend.
Graduates from a diverse range of disciplines who have had a change of heart and would now like to pursue a career in nursing are lining up to register interest in a brand new UWA course that will give them a Masters degree.