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2015 Awards Ceremony Hui Whakanui Tauira

The 2015 Awards ceremony was held on Friday 20 November in the Nordmeyer Lecture Theatre. The guest speaker was Geoff Robinson, Chief Medical Officer for the CCDHB.

Photographs taken on the night can be viewed at the following link:
https://www.flickr.com/photos/101959115@N07/sets/72157661771239296

A list of all the 2015 prize winners can be viewed below:

Name of prize Winners
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NZIMRT Top Academic Student - Year I Siobhan Anna McIlroy Barnes
NZIMRT Top Academic Student - Year II Kendall Anne Scott
NZIMRT Top Academic Student - Year III Holly Rachel Smith
Academic Award - Year I Ellyott Patricia Rouse
Academic Award - Year II Paige Aston Atkins
Rebecca Ann Mackie
Academic Award - Year III Katrina May Le Roy
Varian Prize for Top Planning Student - Year III Holly Rachel Smith
Angela Allen Travelling Scholarship Katrina May Le Roy
Cancer Society Merit Award for Consistent Effort and Achievement Jamaine Raniera Fraser
Tanisha Nagar
AlpaXRT Award for Top Clinical Student - Year III Tess Louise Maitland
 

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MBChB - 4th year
Charles Hastings Prize Niamh Hammond
The Wellington Faculty (RNZCGP) Prize for Excellence in General Practice in the 4th year Stephen Yu
The New Zealand College of Public Health Medicine 4th Year Medical Student Public Health Project Prize Stephen Yu, Muhammad Bin Ismail, Qatriyah Nokman, Thomas Pett, Ronald Puni, Grace Ross, Katie Scorringe, Gabrielle Shaw, Sam Siljee, Stewart Stevens, Vania Tan, Sarah Wheeler, Thisura Wijeweera, Douglas Wood, Rebecca Wong
Ian Prior Prize in Public Health for Excellence in Public Health in 4th year Josh Smith
Katie Scorring
Laennec Prize Qatriyah Nokman
Olivia Carleton
 

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MBChB - 5th Year
J.O. Mercer Memorial Prize in Pathology Harriet Weststrate
Nordmeyer Memorial Award for Professional Development in the 4th and 5th years Isaac Tranter-Entwistle
Fowler Scholarship Noor Ridha
Order of St Lazarus Prize in Dermatology Claire Munro
Guy Hallwright Prize Patrick O'Regan
Tweed/Treadwell Prize in Rheumatology for Excellence in Rheumatology Emily Deacon
Margaret Lewis Prize in Paediatrics Harriet Pengelly
Charlotte Legge
O & G Prize for a Top Student in the 5th year Emily Deacon
Hauora Māori 5th year Student Prize Sam McConville
 

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MBChB - 6th year
Kenneth Pacey Prize for Excellence in O & G Nessie Sharpe
The Wellington Faculty (RNZCGP) Prize for Excellence in General Practice in the 6th year Nessie Sharpe
The Wellington Faculty (RNZCGP) Prize for Professionalism in General Practice in the 6th year Lucy Barber
The Royal Australian & New Zealand College of O & G prize for the most outstanding student across the three Schools who has not already won a prize for the current year Meaghan Kelly
David Whyte for Excellence in Clinical Surgery Hannah Pincott
College of Psychiatrists' Prize supported by the Dawn Short Trust for Excellence in Psychiatry in the 6th year Nessie Sharpe
Graham Francis Hall Prize for Overall Excellence in the 3 clinical years Annelise Neal
H J Weston Prize Rose Cameron
James Roberts Boyd Prize in Clinical Medicine Annelise Neal
The Emergency Medicine Prize Rose Cameron
Annelise Neal
 

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Postgraduate
PHD Research Prize : Social Sciences/Public Health Caroline Shaw
PhD Research Prize : Clinical Research Fiona Doolan-Noble
PhD Research Prize: Basic Science Naomi Daniels
Prize for Excellence in HASC417 Rebecca Suddaby
Population Health Award Eamonn Deverall
The Vera Keefe-Ormsby Prize Natasha Martin
Hinewaiora McCleery
Postgraduate Certificate in CBT Prize for Excellence in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy Kishion Dee
Postgraduate Certificate in CBT prize for High Achievement in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy Debbie Mills
Marie Townsend
Pasifika Postgraduate Award Vilomena Ranadi
Pasifika Medical & Allied Health Prize Omar Rasheed
 

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