Previous Bursary Winners
Every winner has made an invaluable contribution in some way to the healthcare of the Bailiwick.
Alcohol Abuse in the Bailiwick.
Sandra James MBE
Chris Moore, Maura Stacey, Dorothy Jackson, Barbara Yates & Jenny Klein
Health Information Provision.
Information Service for Disabled People.
Speech and Language Development - A Course for Playgroups & Nursery Staff.
Investigation into Drug-related Admissions to Acute Medical Services in Guernsey.
Main Causes of Falls Among the Elderly & Safety Measures to Prevent Them.
Research into the Cause of Eating Disorders in the Bailiwick of Guernsey.
Kay Shackleton & Adrian Gaggs
How Do We and How Should We Care For Our Carers?
Gillian Blackmore & Jo-Anne Le Tissier
A project to raise awareness of people with a learning disability.
Can Anyone Tell Me the Way to the Memory Clinic?
Paul Corcoran & Fiona Robertson
Rehab & Improving the Quality of Life for Post-treatment Cancer Patients.
Karen Leach & Lucy Whitman
A pilot study to determine whether fish oil supplements improve the clinical condition and quality of life in elderly Alzheimers sufferers.
From Strength to Strength - To reappraise and streamline the Community Mental Health Team Services
Exploring Superstition and Folklore in the care of older people with dementia.
Irene Carr & Patricia De Jersey
Cardiac rehabilitation and heart failure patients
An examination of the standards of care for autistic children in the Bailiwick.
Programme development of intensive home visits for vulnerable first-time mothers
Rachel Copeland & Debbie Pittman
To develop ‘The Decider’ which is used as a tool for adult mental health therapies
Michelle Ayres & Carol Vivyan
To design an interactive board game to help families to understand and develop skills around ADHD.
Joe Hind & Paul Fisher
To help educate patients and their parents about their time on Frossard Ward.
The introduction of a supervised tooth-brushing programme to be piloted in two pre-schools for the three-plus-year-old children.
Sarah Lyle & Helen Long
Activity Levels In The Elderly project.
Nancy Golland, Judy Moore & Olwen Bain-Brehaut
Myfanwy Datta, Rhona Hume, Ann Kinch And Alison Place
Le Marchant Ward redesign - Includes raised planter beds accessible to wheelchair users and a glasshouse providing a covered vegetable patch.
Michelle Green & Francesca McCluskey
Bring Me Sunshine - Reducing the need for medicine to assist with depression, loneliness, agitation, and stress levels through non-pharmacological interventions for dementia sufferers.
The IRIS project - Improving Relationships Improving Satisfaction midwifery services for the women of Alderney.
Annabel Nicholas & Elaine Torrance
Reminiscence Therapy for Patients with Cognitive Impairment (RITA).
Deborah Harris, Moira Norman & Olwen Bain-Brehaut
Cake + Consultation.
Step Forward project
Nicola Cross and Hayley Bearman