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Previous Award Winners

2021

Summer Studentship 2021/22

1. Department of Women's and Children's Health Dunedin, University of Otago; 2. Northland DHB; 3. Hawke's Bay, via Department of Medicine, University of Otago

"1. Do-it-yourself continuous glucose monitoring in people with type diabetes - a qualitative study; 2. Is it Feasible to Use First Antenatal HbAc to Target Northland Pregnant Women at High Risk of Gestational Diabetes Mellitus for Earlier Intervention: 3. The Impact of Co-Morbidities on the Ability to Make Lifestyle Changes in Those with Prediabetes and Excess Weight A Qualitative Study"

NZSSD

Anna Boggiss

"A self-compassion chatbot to improve psychological and diabetes-related outcomes for adolescents with type diabetes TD A pilot trial"

Pharmaco and i:Sens Inc.

Tutangi Amataiti

"The Dietary Intake and Views of Women with prior Gestational Diabetes living in the Wellington Region of New Zealand"

2019

Pharmaco and i-SENS Inc. 2019

Shiva Reddy

"Defects in exocytosis of insulin from persisting beta cells in type 1 diabetes: molecular identification and therapeutic strategies to restore insulin secretion, improve glucose homeostasis and avert secondary complications"

Sanofi Award

Janet Rowan

"Which diagnostic criteria for gestational diabetes are best for women and babies health? The GEMS Study"

NZSSD Award

Karyn Ballance

"Location location location: Anatomical 3D mapping of diabetic foot ulcerations"

2017

Sanofi Award

Helen Lunt

"C-type natriuretic peptide (CNP) as a candidate marker of chronic kidney disease in diabetes"

Pharmaco and i:Sens Inc.

Jeremy Krebs

"A Novel Treatment for Type 2 Diabetes; ‘First in Man’ Proof of Concept Study"

NZSSD Award

Kate Smallman and Karen Pickering

"How can we effectively measure the impact of healthy lifestyle-related education provided to 5-6 year old new-entrant children in the primary school context, particularly in South Auckland"

NZSSD best oral student presentation award

Hyun Young Park

"How can we effectively measure the impact of healthy lifestyle-related education provided to 5-6 year old new-entrant children in the primary school context, particularly in South Auckland"

Medi’Ray best oral nursing/allied health professional presentation

Joanna McClintock

"How can we effectively measure the impact of healthy lifestyle-related education provided to 5-6 year old new-entrant children in the primary school context, particularly in South Auckland"