2017 Philippa Madden Award
Dr Louise Naylor – Employed at UWA – in recognition of her ‘many and varied positive influences on colleagues and students at UWA and in the healthcare sector of WA’. Louise has been a leader in the establishment of exercise physiology as an allied health profession in WA where she’s applied her unique skills and knowledge to directly address the nexus between the higher education of the students she teaches and mentors, and industry.
Professor David Forbes – No Longer Working at UWA – for his significant impact on the quality of health care delivery over the past 50 years. Paediatrician, academic and health care leader, David has contributed to direct clinical care, health policy, workforce development and research and teaching, with a lasting and positive effect on all those around him with his kindness, compassion and patience.
Dr Judith Maitland – Posthumous – for her ‘enormous energy, an endless enthusiasm for madcap fun and an infectious love of the classics’. Judith was a committed and popular teacher in Classics and Ancient History, who instilled in her students her own passion for the languages and literatures of Latin and Ancient Greek and is widely, and fondly, remembered for her dramatic productions of the classics.”
2015 Philippa Madden Award
2013 Centenary Award
Dr Charles Fox – Employed at UWA – Read his profile here
Dr Jack Cannon – Joint recipient, No longer employed at UWA – Read his profile here
Professor Christine McMenamin – Joint recipient, No longer employed at UWA
Dr Brenton Knott – Joint recipient, Posthumous – Read his profile here
Dr Terry Quickenden – Joint recipient, Posthumous – Read his profile here