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Sarina White Medal for Infection Control

History of the prize

This prize was founded in 2005 by the late Professor Rick Speare in memory of Sarina White, a remote area nurse and JCU staff member, who assisted in establishing the Postgraduate Certificate of Infection Control taught by the Anton Breinl Centre for Public Health & Tropical Medicine within the College of Public Health, Tropical Medicine & Rehabilitation Sciences. The prize is awarded to the graduating student who gains the highest grade point average (GPA) for the Postgraduate Certificate of Infection Control.

Donor

College of Healthcare Sciences

Prize Information

Awarded to the graduating Postgraduate Certificate of Infection Control student who achieves the highest overall result for the degree.

A commemorative medal

2021 - Jennifer Keogh

2020 - Marree Louise Porch

2019 - Po-Wen Liu

2018 - Alyson Jayne Martin