School of Health Sciences

Lord Dearing Award success 2017

Jan Royal-Fearn and Roger Kerry

We’re pleased to share that the school has received another five Lord Dearing Awards for excellence in learning and teaching for 2017! 

Since 1999, The Lord Dearing Award Scheme has recognised the outstanding achievements of University of Nottingham staff in enhancing the student learning experience. Since its inception, staff from a range of different groups have received an award, many of whom have been nominated by the students they teach and support. 

Warm congratulations to the following, who have been awarded Lord Dearing Awards for their “outstanding contribution to enhancing the student learning environment at the University of Nottingham”: 

  • Samantha Crossley
  • Rachel Best
  • Elizabeth Fowler
  • Team: Teaching and Learning in Healthcare Module (team members - Dr Jan Royal-Fearn and Dr Roger Kerry)
  • Team: Non-Medical Prescribing (team members - Dr Dianne Bowskill, Dr Alison Mostyn, Professor Joanne Lymn, and Dr Sharon Rees) 

You can view the full list of 2017 winners here 

Well done to all of the award recipients on their success.

Image: Dr Jan Royal-Fearn and Dr Roger Kerry receiving their Lord Dearing Award.

Posted on Wednesday 23rd August 2017

School of Health Sciences

B236, Medical School
Queen's Medical Centre
Nottingham, NG7 2HA

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