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CAHPR Public Health Research Awards

The Public Health Research Awards were developed by CAHPR and Public Health England (PHE). The awards are now closed for 2017.

2017 Public Health Research Award winners

  • Laran Chetty, physiotherapist, Promoting workplace wellbeing through employee engagement  
  • Esther Clift, physiotherapist, Who uses exercise in later life? A critical ethnographic study
  • Dr Clare Pettinger, dietician, Uncovering the complexity of workplace wellbeing using a cross-case analysis approach (poster shown below)
  • John Renshaw, paramedic, The BHF PocketCPR smartphone application: ‘Staying alive’ with bystander CPR

Each winner receives an expenses paid trip to the PHE conference on 12-13 September and the chance to display their poster. This includes conference booking and travel costs.

Previous Public Health Research Award winners

2016
  • Hannah Harniess, physiotherapist, NHS Greenwich CCG & London School of Economics
    Title of abstract: Shisha - The New Cigarette? A Qualitative Exploration of Adolescent Perceptions and Health Beliefs about Water-Pipe Tobacco (Shisha) Smoking
  • Dr Brian Power, dietitian, London Metropolitan University
    Title of abstract: Developing evidence-based and theory-informed recommendations for a workplace-based behaviour change intervention targeted to nurses
2015
  • Dr Lisa Farndon, Podiatrist, Podiatry Services, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals (STH) NHS Foundation Trust 
    Title of abstract: If the Shoe Fits: Enabling Patient-Centred Podiatry through Social Science Methodologies 
  • Dr Niina Kolehmainen, Occupational Therapist, Newcastle University
    Title of abstract: Enabling health and wellbeing by promoting participation in physical activity: a mixed methods multisite study of children with motor impairments 
  • Highly commended
  • Dr Deborah Gibbard, Speech & Language Therapist
    Title of abstract: A transagency approach to enabling access to parent-based intervention for language delay in areas of social disadvantage 

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Last reviewed

3 March 2016
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