Suhathai Tosangwarn, a PhD student at the School of Health Sciences, has received a Highly Commended award for her doctoral research at the Anglo-Thai Society Education Awards 2017. The award was granted in the Medical Sciences category.
Suhathai's research is focused on depressive symptoms and stigma associated with living in a care home, among care home residents in Thailand. The award ceremony took place at the Oriental Club in London, where a keynote speech was delivered by the Minister of Education for Thailand, Dr Teerakiat Jareonsettasin. Suhathai received her award accompanied by one of her supervisors, Dr Holly Blake.
Well done Suhathai!
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