CAHPR Public Health Research & Evaluation Awards 2020

Entries are now open for 2020.

Now with two award categories:  'research project' and 'service evaluation, clinical audit or quality improvement project'

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The Public Health Research & Evaluation Awards

The Public Health Research & Evaluation Awards are delivered by CAHPR in collaboration with Public Health England (PHE) and AHPS4PH. The judges will be looking for high quality research, service evaluation, clinical audit or quality improvements projects that support one or more of Public Health England’s priorities.

In 2020, the award categories are relaunched and two prizes will be awarded to the winning 'research project' and the best 'service evaluation, clinical audit or quality review project'. Winners each receive:

  • Opportunity to display your research at the the Public Health England conference in September 2020.
  • £500 towards associated expenses: travel, conference costs, poster design costs. 

Step 1: Pre-application support

CAHPR hubs offers advice and support to submit your application. To access this simply visit the Regional Hubs and contacts page to find contact details for your local hub.

Step 2: Submitting an application

Application is by submission of high quality research, service evaluation, clinical audit or quality improvements projects that support one or more of the following Public Health England’s priorities:

  • Tackling obesity, particularly among children
  • Reducing smoking and stopping children starting
  • Reducing harmful drinking and alcohol related admissions
  • Ensuring every child has the best start in life
  • Tackling the growth in antimicrobial resistance
  • Promoting workplace wellbeing
  • Promoting mental wellbeing
  • Increasing physical activity
  • AHP interventions showing an impact on population health outcomes and/or wider determinants of health

To apply please send your completed application to cahpr@csp.org.uk.

Closing date for submissions is 9:00 a.m., 30th April 2020.

 

2019 Winners

Emma Cribb, Dietician

Cow’s Milk Protein Allergy: A study to explore current practice and knowledge among primary healthcare professionals in Doncaster and Bassetlaw.

Melissa Domaille, Physiotherapist

Developing and Refining an Acceptable Nordic Walking Intervention for People with Inflammatory Rheumatic Diseases.