‘Can you imagine mealtimes in old age?’ won in the Society and Culture theme

Three prizes in one week for Evidence Synthesis Team!

Research prizes seem to be like buses; you wait ages for one, and then three come at once!  This week Rebecca Abbott of the PenCLAHRC Evidence Synthesis Team within PenTAG won a prize in the University’s Images of Research Competition.  The photograph and accompanying description, entitled ‘Can you imagine mealtimes in old age?’ won in the Society and Culture theme, and was actually of another work colleague’s grandfather.  It will go on display and tour with the other winners around the University of Exeter’s campuses.  

And last week, at the SysNet conference (Cardiff University Systematic Reviews Network Conference 2014) in Cardiff, Morwenna Rogers won first Prize and Darren Moore Third Prize for their posters.  Darren’s poster was on ‘The implications of ADHD stigma for non-pharmacological interventions in schools: Findings from a systematic review of qualitative studies’, while Morwenna’s was on ‘The Development of a Search Filter to Identify Literature about Patient and Public Involvement (PPI) in Health Research’.


Many congratulations to Becca, Morwenna and Darren!