Awards

Runner-Up Poster Presentation Prize: College of Medicine, University of East Anglia – Healthy Communities: a 360° approach. The benefits of health and social practitioners working in partnership – multi-disciplinary networking opportunity. 2014

Outstanding Contribution to Mental Health: In 2017, I was awarded by Time to Change the outstanding contribution to mental health awareness in Birmingham with Don’t Bottle It Up. Don’t Bottle It Up, is focused on encouraging young people to discuss mental health openly and tackle mental health stigma.

Nominated as Volunteer of the Year and Mentor of the Year: In 2018, presented by the University of Wolverhampton for volunteering in mental health care services.

Volunteering Certificate Excellence Award: For volunteering in the community in sexual health services and prison welfare in 2018. Awarded by the University of Wolverhampton.

3rd Place Poster Presentation Prize: University of Wolverhampton, Wolverhampton – Annual Research Conference Poster Title: Do healthcare professionals delivering emergency services have adequate knowledge and awareness to identify and support male domestic abuse victims? 2019

Early Career Researcher Bursary Award 2019 (£250 – Declined to withdraw of attendance of the conference) 2020 Violence, Abuse and Mental Health Network

5th Place Poster Presentation Prize: University of Wolverhampton, Wolverhampton, Annual Research Conference Poster Title: Do healthcare professionals delivering emergency services have adequate knowledge and awareness to identify and support male domestic abuse victims? 2020

VAMHN ECR Bursary Winner – To present my reference focusing on domestic violence impacting male victims. This was for presentation of my research at the 4th European Conference on Domestic Violence.

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