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vol 7 issue 1 Apr 2013
4 4 48/04/2013 2012 Graduating Student and Staff Awards Flinders University Student Awards, Year 4 Students The Jack Alpers Prize in Clinical Internal Medicine Julia Mc Clelland RANZCOG Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists Womens Health Award Guy Renolds The Sturt Fleurieu General Practice and Training Prize in General Practice Irina Horvat WA Cramond Prize in Psychiatry Amy Sanguesa and Georgins Deans - Costi Honours Irina Horvat JCU Student Awards, Year 6 Students Whole Time Medical Specialist Prize Aarany Sivakaathan The Therapeutic Guidelines Prize for Clinical Pharmacoloy and Therapeutics Brenton (BJ) Wilson Critical and Crisis Care Peter Christensen Flinders University Staff Prizes - Burns/Alper Award (nominated by Year 4 students) Dr Marco Briceno Mr Jim Burrows Dr Adam Steinberg AMA NT Year 2 Award Dr Peter Beaumont, President of the Australian Medical Association NT (AMANT), presented the inaugural Flinders AMANT Award to 2012 NTMP second year student Claire Kappel at a Parliament House function on 15th February. The award is presented to a student recognised as having the potential to make an outstanding contribution to healthcare and who personifies attributes the AMANT holds true; the ability to improve, to show initiative and to embrace leadership. Photo l-r: Professor Sarah Strasser, Dr Peter Beaumont, Claire Kappel and Professor Paul Worley 4 NT Medical Program News
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