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EAPC Researcher Awards

The Researcher Awards (former Early Researcher Award) were created as an annual award by the EAPC in 2009. The awards are designed to recognise the work of scientists and clinicians in the field of palliative care who have recently made, or are currently making an outstanding contribution to research and clinical practice. The awards aim to highlight the individual’s career development and their potential.  The awards were originally known as the Early Researcher Awards, but since 2017, there are three disctinct award categories:

  1. Early Research Award
  2. Post-Doctoral Award
  3. Clinical Impact Award 

How to apply for a Researcher Award 

Winners 2018

EAPC World Congress, Bern, Switzerland

Anna Collins (Early Research Award) (Australia) 
Lorna Fraser (Post-Doctoral Award) (UK)
Thomas Le Blanc (Clinical Impact Award) (USA)

Winners 2017

EAPC World Congress, Madrid, Spain

Lara Pivodic (Early Research Award) (Belgium)
Irene Truffrey-Wijne (Post-Doctoral Award) (UK)
Miguel Julião (Clinical Impact Award) (Portugal)

 

Winners 2016

EAPC World Research Congress, Dublin, Ireland

Martin Loučka (Czech Republic)
Kirsten Wentlandt (Canada)
Bridget Candy (UK)

Winners 2015

EAPC World Congress, Copenhagen, Denmark

Kathleen McLoughlin (Ireland)
Julie Kinley (UK)
Amara Nwosu (UK) and Tora Solheim (Norway)

Winners 2014

EAPC World Research Congress, Lleida, Spain

Lieve Van den Block (Belgium)
Daisy Janssen, (Netherlands)
Oliver Minton (UK)

Winners 2013

EAPC World Congress, Prague, Czech Republic

Meera Agar (Australia)
Jeroen Hasselaar (Netherlands)
Barbara Gomes (Portugal) 

Winners 2012

EAPC World Research Congress, Trondheim, Norway

Lucy Selman (UK)

Stephanie Stiel (Germany)

Matthew Maddocks (UK)

 

Winners 2011

EAPC World Congress, Lisbon, Portugal

Ralf Jox (Germany)
Saskia Jünger (Germany)
Judith Rietjens (Netherlands)

Winner 2010

EAPC World Research Congress, Glasgow, Scotland

Joachim Cohen (Belgium)

Winners 2009

EAPC World Congress, Vienna, Austria

Jenny van der Steen (Netherlands)
Catherine Walshe (UK)
Martin Fegg (Germany)