Division of Health Sciences

(Prizes and Awards are subject to change and are awarded based on conditions current at the time of award)

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1st Year Medical Science Pearson Australia

Awarded to the student who has achieved the highest aggregate mark in the 1st year of the Bachelor of Medical Science program and who has completed the 6 core 1st year courses in no more than two consecutive years.  
Value: $500 book voucher from Pearson Australia

ADInstruments 2nd Year Medical Science Prize

Awarded to the student who has achieved the highest aggregate mark in the 2nd year of the Bachelor of Medical Science program and who has completed the six core 2nd year courses in no more than two consecutive years.
Value: $500

Andrea Warden-Flood Prize (sponsored by the Australian Physiotherapy Association)

Awarded on completion of the Bachelor of Physiotherapy to the student with the highest mark in the adult component of the Rehabilitation course.
Value:  $500 inclusive of cash and a framed citation

Ann Wilcock Prize

Awarded annually to a final year student in the Masters of Occupational Therapy (Graduate Entry) who has the highest GPA on completion of the first 3 semesters of the program.
Value: $500

Audrey Simpson Prize (sponsored by the Australian Physiotherapy Association)

Awarded annually for overall highest academic achievement in Acute Care in the Bachelor of Physiotherapy.
Value: $500

Australasian Society for Immunology (ASI) for Immunology

Awarded to the student with the highest overall mark in the course, Immunology N201 (BIOL 2037). In the event of two students having the same overall mark the prize will be awarded to the student with the highest mark in the final exam.
Value: $500

Australia & New Zealand Society of Nuclear Medicine Prize

Awarded to the most outstanding student in the Bachelor of Medical Radiation Science (Nuclear Medicine) program, based on overall performance.
Value: Total prize value $500 and 12 months membership of the ANZSNM

Australian College of Children and Young People's Nurses (SA) Undergraduate Prize

Awarded to the student with the highest overall mark in NURS 2022 Health of Infants, Children and Young People in the Bachelor of Nursing (IBNU).
Value: Cash prize and one year Associate membership to the College which includes a subscription to Neonatal, Paediatric and Child Health Nursing Journal, total prize valued at $500

Australian College of Mental Health Nurses Branch (SA Branch) Award for Clinical Excellence

Awarded to the student who displays the highest level of clinical excellence in the Graduate Diploma of Mental Health Nursing upon completion of the program.
Value: Registration for College membership for one year and a cheque, total prize value $500

Australian College of Midwives Incorporated Award

Awarded to the most outstanding graduating student in the clinical field practice component of the Bachelor of Midwifery program.
Value:  Australian College of Midwives Incorporated badge and one year membership to the College, total prize value is $500

Australian Institute of Food Science and Technology Prize

Awarded to the student with the highest average mark in the core courses in the final year of the Bachelor of Nutrition and Food Sciences program.
Value: $500

Australian Institute of Radiography (SA Branch) Award in Medical Imaging

Awarded to the best student in the Bachelor of Medical Radiation Science (Medical Imaging) program, based on best performance.
Value: $500, inclusive of one year full membership of the Australian Institute of Radiography

Australian Institute of Radiography (SA Branch) Award in Radiation Therapy

Awarded to the best student in the Bachelor of Medical Radiation Science (Radiation Therapy) program, based on best overall performance.
Value: $500, inclusive of one year of full membership of the Australian Institute of Radiography.

Australian Pharmaceutical Industry (API) Award

Awarded to the student making a significant contribution to:

  • the continued development of the South Australian Pharmacy Students Association (SAPSA) at a local, national and international level
  • linking students to the profession while maintaining satisfactory academic progress to complete the Pharmacy program.
    Value: $500

Australian Physiotherapy Association (SA Branch) Student Group Perpetual Trophy

Awarded to the student who is selected by their peers as making an outstanding contribution to the Australian Physiotherapy Association (SA Branch) Student Group in the current year.
Value:  New graduate membership of the Australian Physiotherapy Association, total prize valued at $500

Australian Sonographers Association Student Award

Awarded annually to the postgraduate medical sonography student submitting the best written paper pertaining to the practice of medical sonography, that is suitable for either oral presentation at the next ASA Annual National Conference or for publication in Sound Effects.
Value:  Framed certificate, free 1 year ASA membership, free full registration to next ASA conference, or publish article in bulletin, Sound Effects (or both), prize valued at $500

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bioCSL Immunohaematology Prize

Awarded to the student achieving the highest aggregate mark from Haematology 201 (MEDI 2005), Transfusion and Haemostasis 300 (MEDI 3012) and Haematology 401 (MEDI 4004).
Value: $500

Brooks Running Prize

Awarded to the student in the Master of Musculoskeletal and Sports Physiotherapy with the highest academic achievement in the sports component of the program.
Value: $500 performance pack voucher.

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Cancer Biology Prize

Awarded to the Medical Science student who has achieved the highest aggregate mark in the core course Cancer Biology - (BIOL 3033) of the 3rd year of the Bachelor of Medical Science program and who has completed 3rd year in no more than two consecutive years.
Value: $500

The Cardiac Society of Australia and New Zealand Postgraduate Student Award for Excellence

The prize will be awarded at completion of the Graduate Certificate or Graduate Diploma in Nursing (Cardiovascular Nursing) and will be awarded to the highest achieving student (highest Grade Point Average) for the program.
Value: Certificate. 1 year Affiliate membership to the CSANZ, prize valued at $500.

Cecilie Bearup Prize in Occupational Therapy

Awarded annually to the student in their final year of the program for the Bachelor of Applied Science (Occupational Therapy) is perceived by School staff members, clinicians and student peers to embody the highest professional characteristics.
Value: Gift $100 and a $200 cheque

ChemCentral Prize

Awarded to the first year student in the Bachelor of Pharmacy (Honours) IHPC program who has achieved the highest aggregate mark in the courses: Quantitative Methods in Health (MATH 1065) and Health and Society (HLTH 1025).
Value:
$500

The Chemmart Prize - Honours Project

Awarded to the fourth year Honours student who has achieved the highest aggregate mark in the course Pharmacy Honours (PHAR 4020).
Value: $750

Chemplus 3rd Year - Pharmacotherapeutics Practice Prize

Awarded to the third year student who has achieved the highest aggregate mark in the courses Pharmacotherapeutics Practice 1A (PHAR 3018) and Pharmacotherapeutics Practice 1B (PHAR 3019).
Value: $500

Chemplus 3rd Year - Pharmacotherapeutics Theory Prize

Awarded to the third year student who has achieved the highest aggregate mark in the courses Pharmacotherapeutics Theory 1 (PHAR 3020) and Pharmacotherapeutics Theory 2 (PHAR 3022).
Value: $500

Chemplus 4th Year - Advanced Therapeutics Prize

Awarded to the fourth year student who has achieved the highest aggregate mark in the course Advanced Therapeutics (PHAR 4018).
Value: $500

CPR Pharma Services Prize

Awarded to the student who is the best overall performer in the Pharmaceutical Industry (PHAR1005), Drug Discovery (PHAR 2010) and Drug Development (PHAR 2009) courses as judged by contribution to classes, achievement in group projects.
Value: $500

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David Pank Northern Areas High Achiever Encouragement Prize

This is an encouragement prize given to a David Pank Northern Areas High Achiever Scholarship applicant who strives to achieve their goals and has the determination to succeed.
Value: $1,000

David Pank Undergraduate Encouragement Prize

The David Pank Undergraduate Encouragement Prize will be awarded to a David Pank Undergraduate Scholarship applicant who is unsuccessful for the scholarship, but who strives to achieve their goals and has the determination to succeed.
Value: $1,000

David Pank UniSA College Diploma Prize

The David Pank UniSA College Diploma Prize will be awarded to a David Pank UniSA College Diploma Scholarship applicant who is unsuccessful for the scholarship‚ but strives to achieve their goals and has the determination to succeed.
Value: $1,000. Recipients' will receive two instalments of $500 after the Study Period 2 and 5 census dates.

David Pank UniSA College Encouragement Prize

The David Pank UniSA College Encouragement Prize will be awarded to a David Pank UniSA College Scholarship applicant who is unsuccessful for the scholarship, but strives to achieve their goals and has the determination to succeed.
Value: $1,000

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Elma Casely Prize

Awarded to the student in the Bachelor of Physiotherapy whose assessments throughout the program have shown the greatest clinical and human relationship skills.
Value:  $500

Elma Casely Prize for Masters of Physiotherapy (Graduate Entry)

Awarded to the student in the Master of Physiotherapy (Graduate Entry) whose assessments throughout the program have shown the greatest clinical and human relationship skills.
Value: $500

Elsevier Nursing Prize

The Prize is awarded to the student with the most outstanding essay submitted within the course Being a Health Professional NURS 1033. The essay submission date will be at the conclusion of the course in study period 2.
Value: $1,000 worth of book vouchers

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Food and Beverage Development Fund - Excellence Award 1st Year

Awarded to the student in the Nutrition and Food Sciences degree who completes the first year of the program with the highest GPA for all eight course.
Value: $500

Food and Beverage Development Fund - Excellence Award 2nd Year

Awarded to the student in the Nutrition and Food Sciences degree who completes the second year of the program with the highest GPA for all eight second year courses.
Value: $500

Food and Beverage Development Fund - Excellence Award 3rd Year

Awarded to the student in the Nutrition and Food Sciences degree who completes the third year of the program with the highest GPA for all eight third year courses. This award is only for students in the Food Science stream.
Value: $500

Food and Beverage Development Fund Excellence Award - Product Development Award

Product Development - Awarded to the team of up to three students that are judged to have developed the most innovative and healthy potential commercial food product in the course (FOSC 3009) - Analysis of Foods.
Value: $1,500

Food and Beverage Development Fund - Excellence Award - Runner Up Highest GPA

Awarded to the student who completes the Bachelor of Nutrition and Food Sciences with the second highest aggregate GPA for all three years of the degree.
This award is only for students in the Food Science stream.
Value: $500

Food and Beverage Development Fund Excellence Award - Runner Up Product Development Award

Product Development - Awarded to the team of up to three students that are judged to have developed the 2nd most innovative and healthy potential commercial food product in the course Analysis of Foods (FOSC 3009).
Value: $750 to be divided equally between team members

Geoffrey Maitland Prize (sponsored by the Australian Physiotherapy Association)

Awarded to the student with the highest aggregate mark in Primary and Ambulatory Care in Physiotherapy and Advanced Rehabilitation in the Bachelor of Physiotherapy.
Value:  $500 inclusive of cash and a framed citation

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Helen S Blair Prize in Paediatrics (sponsored by the Australian Physiotherapy Association)

Awarded to the student with the highest academic achievement in the paediatric components of the Bachelor of Physiotherapy.
Value:  $150

The Ian Todd Pharmacy Guild Prize

Awarded to the student with the highest mark in the course Pharmacy Management Essentials - PHAR 4014.
Value: $1500 approximately – Registration and airfares to attend the Australian Pharmacy Professional Conference

Institute of Hospitality in Health Care - Best 2nd Year Prize

Awarded to the student who has achieved the highest aggregate mark in the second year of the Bachelor of Nutrition and Food Sciences program.
Value: $500

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J R Pickering Prize

Awarded to the student in the Bachelor of Podiatry who achieves the highest aggregate mark in the courses Clinical Biomechanics 400 and Clinical Biomechanics 401.
Value:  $100 (This prize has a high intrinsic value due to the historical and prestigious nature)

Jeanne-Marie Ganne Prize in Women's Health (sponsored by the Australian Physiotherapy Association)

Awarded to the final year student in the Bachelor of Physiotherapy who has demonstrated outstanding achievement and application of knowledge in the area of Women's Health.
Value:  One year membership to the Continence & Women's Health Group, SA Chapter and $50 PD Voucher.

John Alexander Voules Brown Prize

Awarded to the student with the highest GPA in the final year in their Undergraduate degree from the School of Pharmacy and Medical Sciences.
Value: $500

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Kate Gilmore Reid Prize (sponsored by the Australian Physiotherapy Association)

Awarded to the final year student in the Bachelor of Physiotherapy who distinguishes herself/himself in the third and fourth years of the program and whose clinical work has been carried out with the greatest intelligence, skill and care.
Value: $500

Kelly Services AwardAward

Awarded to the student with the most outstanding performance in the first year of the Bachelor of Nutrition and Food Scienceor or Bachelor of Laboratory Medicine.
Value: $500 ($150 from donor and $350 from School)

Konekt Prize

Awarded annually to the final year student in the Bachelor of Applied Science (Occupational Therapy) who has demonstrated the highest academic performance in courses related to injury management and worker rehabilitation.
Value: $150

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Lions Club of Unley Nursing Award

This prize is awarded annually to the student who achieves a consistently high GPA across the first two years of the Bachelor of Nursing (IBNU) and who demonstrates a commitment to community service.
Value: $500

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Margaret E Pank First Year Nursing Encouragement Prize

This is an encouragement prize given to a Margaret E Pank First Year Nursing Grant applicant who strives to achieve their goals and has the determination to succeed.
Value: $500

Margaret E Pank Nursing Encouragement Prize

This is an encouragement prize given to a Margaret E Pank Nursing Scholarship applicant who strives to achieve their goals and has the determination to succeed.
Value: $1,000

Margaret Grace McNair AM Award for Midwifery

Awarded to the Midwifery Student completing the post-registration Midwifery Program in the School of Nursing and Midwifery in the minimum time - 3 years part-time and who demonstrates excellence in clinical practice.
Value: $1,000

Margaret Grace McNair AM Foundation Prizes

Awarded annually to the best performing student from each campus offering the program who achieves a consistently high aggregate mark in the clinical and professional nursing courses across the three years of the Bachelor of Nursing program, and who demonstrates a high degree of skills and a caring professional approach to clinical practice.
Value: $1,000 and certificate

Marie Hammond Postgraduate Award

Awarded to the student with the highest academic achievement in the Master of Advanced Clinical Physiotherapy.
Value:  Total value $500 inclusive of cash and a framed citation

Marjorie Black Prize

Awarded to the most successful student in the psycho-social sections of the Bachelor of Applied Science (Occupational Therapy).
Value:  $200

Martin Hansen Award

Awarded to the student with the highest aggregate mark in the final two years of the Bachelor of Laboratory Medicine (excluding Honours and Clinical Practice courses).
Value: $500 inclusive of one year’s Graduate membership subscription to the Australian Institute of Medical Scientists and a suitably inscribed parchment

Master of Dietetics: High Achiever Prize

Awarded to the student with the highest aggregate mark for the completed Master of Dietetics program.
Value: One year membership to Dietitians Association of Australia

Mayne Pharma Prize - Best 1st Year Student

Awarded to the student who has achieved the highest aggregate mark in the first year of the Bachelor of Pharmaceutical Science program in no more than two consecutive years.
Value: $500

Mayne Pharma Prize - Best 2nd Year Student

Awarded to the student who has achieved the highest aggregate mark in the second year of the Bachelor of Pharmaceutical Science program in no more than two consecutive years.
Value: $500

Mayne Pharma Prize - Second Year Pharmaceutical Science

Awarded to the second year student who has achieved the highest aggregate mark in the courses Pharmaceutical Science 1 (PHAR 2011) and Pharmaceutical Science 2 (PHAR 2012) in the Pharmaceutical Science program.
Value: $500

Mayne Pharma Prize - Third Year Pharmaceutical Science

Awarded to the third year student who has achieved the highest aggregate mark in the courses Pharmaceutical Science 3 (PHAR 3015) and Pharmaceutical Science 4 (PHAR 3016) in the Pharmaceutical Science program.
Value: $500

Mayne Pharma Prize for Excellence in the Drug Discovery/Drug Development Stream

Awarded to the student with the highest aggregate mark in Drug Discovery (PHAR 2010), Drug Development (PHAR 2009) and Pharmaceutical Commercialisation (PHAR 3013) in the Bachelor of Pharmaceutical Science Program.
Value: $500

Mayne Pharma Prize Pharmaceutical Industry Experience Course

Awarded to the student with the best Pharmaceutical Industry Experience (PHAR 3014) report and presentation in the Bachelor of Pharmaceutical Science Program.
Value: $500

Mayne Pharma Prize for the Highest Overall GPA in the Bachelor of Pharmaceutical Science

Awarded to the student with the best overall performance based on GPA in the Bachelor of Pharmaceutical Science program.
Value: $1,000

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Nancy Whittingham Award

Awarded to the most outstanding first year student in the Bachelor of Applied Science (Human Movement) who continues in the program.
Value:  $200 and a plaque

National Pharmacies - Dosage Form Design 1 & 2 Prize

Awarded to the second year student who has the highest aggregate mark in the courses: Dosage Form Design 1 (PHAR 2014) and Dosage Form Design 2 (PHAR 2016) in the Bachelor of Pharmacy (Honours) IHPC program.
Value: $500

National Pharmacies 1st Year Prize for Chemistry and Physiology

Awarded to the student who has achieved the highest aggregate mark in the first year courses Chemistry 100 (CHEM 1006), Chemistry 101 (CHEM 1007), Human Physiology 100 (BIOL 1049) and Human Physiology 101 (BIOL 1050) in the Bachelor of Pharmacy (Honours) IHPC program.
Value: $500

National Pharmacies – 2nd Year Prize Pharmacology and Pharmacokinetics

Awarded to the student who has achieved the highest aggregate mark in the second year courses Fundamentals of Pharmacology (PHAR 2019), Pharmacology 2 (PHAR 2020), Pharmacology 3 (PHAR 2021), Pharmacology 4 (PHAR 2022) and Pharmacokinetics and Biopharmaceutics (PHAR 2006) of the Bachelor of Pharmacy (Honours) IHPC program.
Value: $500

National Pharmacies 4th Year Prize

Awarded to the student who has achieved the highest aggregate mark in the fourth year of the Bachelor of Pharmacy.
Value: $500

Norm Clarke Fellowship in Physical Activity Award

Awarded annually to an outstanding final year student in the Bachelor of Applied Science (Human Movement) program, on the basis of performance in the course, Physical Rehabilitation, overall academic record and a Directed Study project in physical Rehabilitation undertaken at the Hampstead Rehabilitation Centre.
Value: $1,000

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Occupational Science Prize

Awarded annually to the final year student in the Bachelor of Applied Science (Occupational Therapy) who has demonstrated the highest academic performance in courses related to occupational science.
Value: 1 year subscription to the Journal of Occupational Science

OT AUSTRALIA - Undergraduate Research and Evidence Based Practice Prize

Awarded annually to a final year undergraduate occupational therapy student who has demonstrated the highest academic performance in the courses relating to research and evidence based practice, with the exclusion of honours' related courses.
Value: $100 and Certificate

Outdoor Educators' Association Tertiary Outdoor Education Prize

Selection is based on the highest academic performance for a graduand that has completed the sub-major or major in Outdoor Education.
Value: Membership to Outdoor Educators, Association of South Australia (OEASA), prize and gift voucher. Total prize valued at $500.

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Patricia Trott Prize (sponsored by the Australian Physiotherapy Association)

Awarded to the student in the Master of Advanced Clinical Physiotherapy (Musculoskeletal) for the highest academic achievement in the clinical courses of the musculoskeletal component of the program (REHB 5114 Advanced Clinical Physiotherapy Clinical Studies 1 and REHB 5115 Advanced Physiotherapy Clinical Studies 2(Musculoskeletal)).

Value:  One year's subscription to the journal titled Manual Therapy. Membership of Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy Australia if the recipient is a member or associate member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association.

Pharmaceutical Defence Limited First and Second Year Prize for Pharmacy Practice courses in the Bachelor of Pharmacy Program

Awarded to the student who has achieved the highest aggregate mark in the courses Health Professional Essentials (PHAR 1008), Pharmacy Practice 1 (PHAR 1009) and Pharmacy Practice 2 (PHAR 2017).
Value:  $500

Pharmaceutical Defence Limited Fourth Year Prize for Pharmacy Practice Courses

Awarded to the fourth year student who has achieved the highest aggregate mark in the courses Pharmacy Practice 3A (PHAR 4015) and Pharmacy Practice 3B (PHAR 4016).
Value: $500

Pharmaceutical Science First Year Prize

Awarded to the student in Bachelor of Pharmaceutical Science with the highest GPA for first year.
Value: $500

Pharmaceutical Science, Pharmacy Double Degree 5th Year Prize

Awarded to the student with the highest aggregate mark for the final year (5th year) of the Bachelor of Pharmaceutical Science, Bachelor of Pharmacy (Honours) IHPP Double Degree program.
Value: $1000

Pharmaceutical Society Gold Medal

Awarded on completion of the Bachelor of Pharmacy (Honours) IHPC to the student who has the highest grade point average (GPA) and has completed within four academic years, providing the final GPA is above 6.25.
Value: Medal

Pharmaceutical Society Prize - 3rd year

Awarded to the student who has achieved the highest aggregate mark in the third year of the Bachelor of Pharmacy.
Value: $500

Pharmaceutical Society Prize: Quality Use of Medicines

Awarded to the third year student who has achieved the highest aggregate mark in the courses Quality Use of Medicines (PHAR 3021).
Value: $500

Physiotherapy Research Foundation Prize (sponsored by the Australian Physiotherapy Association)

Awarded annually to the student in the Bachelor of Physiotherapy with Honours who receives the highest mark for the Honours thesis.
Value: $150

Pitcher Pharmacy and Terry White Chemists Community Pharmacy Management Award

Awarded to the student achieving the highest mark in the course Pharmacy Management Essentials who:

  • Will work in Australia and complete an Australian internship.
  • Is focussed on a career in community pharmacy.
  • Is available to attend the Management training program.
  • Present a 1000 word written report of what they gained from the training course on their return, to the Program Director and the coordinator for Pharmacy Management Essentials.

Value: 1.5 day management training course in Brisbane where all other winners would be in attendance and would include flights to and from their nearest Australian capital city, accommodation in Brisbane and a dinner to be attended by various industry luminaries. Training to cover an overview of management & operational aspects of running a Pharmacy and will be provided by JR Pharmacy partners and TWC representatives (approximately $3000).

Port Adelaide Football Club Award

Awarded annually to the most outstanding graduand in the Bachelor of Applied Science (Human Movement) who has demonstrated the highest academic performance in courses related to Sports Science.
Value:  $250

Prize for Excellence in Laboratory Medicine with Honours

Awarded to the student with the highest aggregate mark in the Honours courses in the Bachelor of Laboratory Medicine with Honours program, provided the student has passed all courses at the first attempt.
Value: $500

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Ralston Medal for Excellence in Physical Chemistry

The Ralston Medal for Excellence in Physical Chemistry has been made possible by the generosity of the colleagues‚ associates and friends of Emeritus Laureate Professor John Ralston AO FAA FTSE. Professor Ralston‚ one of Australia’s most prominent physical chemists‚ founded the Ian Wark Research Institute (The Wark™) and was its Director for 18 years. The Ian Wark Research Institute was succeeded by the Future Industries Institute in 2015.

The medal recognises excellence and innovation in the application of physical chemistry which benefits industry. The medal is awarded biennially to acknowledge the most outstanding journal article in the field of physical chemistry published within the previous five years by staff or students or alumni of The Wark™ or the Future Industries Institute (FII). The excellence of the research contribution will be based on novelty‚ significance and impact as judged by the Selection Committee.

 Examples of this include:
 - novelty of science
 - demonstration of a major advance in experimental or theoretical physical chemistry
 - impact of science and demonstrated outcomes
 - uptake by other scientists‚ citations‚ uptake by industry‚ and commercialisation.

 Eligible recipients (individual or team) must be current students‚ graduates or staff members of The Wark™ or FII.

 The publication date of the journal article should be within five years of the biennial closing date for applications.

Applications should comprise a summary statement of the research in relation to the selection criteria. A copy of the journal article should also be attached.
Value: The Ralston Medal for Excellence in Physical Chemistry will be awarded with a cash prize of $1,000

Roche Diagnostics Prize for Excellence in Laboratory Medicine

Awarded to the student with the highest aggregate mark in the Bachelor of Laboratory Medicine.
Value: Membership subscription to the Australian Institute of Medical Scientists for two consecutive years (total value of $575).

Robyn Parkes Undergraduate Nursing Prize

The Robyn Parkes Undergraduate Nursing Prize has been established through a bequest from Robyn Parkes who passed away in late 2011. Robyn was an extraordinary and creative nurse who had a highly diversified nursing career with an unwavering commitment to the progression of the profession and the development of nursing staff.

The prize will be awarded to nursing students who are enrolled full-time in the final year of the Bachelor of Nursing program (IBNU), and have demonstrated the greatest pattern of academic improvement since the commencement of their program. Recipients must be Australian citizens or Permanent Residents of Australia.
Value: The prize is valued at $1,000. Payment will be made when final year results are available at the end of the academic year.

Royal Australian Chemical Institute (SA Branch) - Roy Marlow Chemistry Prize

Awarded to the student from the Bachelor of Medical Science or Bachelor of Pharmaceutical Science program with the highest aggregate mark in the following Chemistry topics: Chemistry 100 (CHEM 1006) and Chemistry 101 (CHEM 1007) or Chemistry in Life 100 (CHEM 1013) and Chemistry in Life 101 (CHEM 1014): plus the best two elective results from the Chemistry Stream comprising of: Pharmaceutical Chemistry 1 (CHEM 2028), Pharmaceutical Chemistry 2 (CHEM 2029), Pharmaceutical Analysis 1 (CHEM 2026) and Pharmaceutical Analysis 2 (CHEM 2027)
Value: $500, inclusive of $250 cash and a Framed citation

Royal College of Nursing (Australia) - High Achiever Award (City East)

Awarded to the highest achieving graduating student from the Bachelor of Nursing program at the City East campus.
Value:  One year's membership plus joining fee to the Royal College of Nursing (Australia), total prize valued at $500

Ruth Grant Prize (sponsored by the Australian Physiotherapy Association)

Awarded annually to the student in the research program of Master of Applied Science (Physiotherapy) or Doctor of Philosophy who must be a physiotherapist and who distinguishes themselves in their dedication and application to research in physiotherapy.  The prize will recognise achievements in research grants, publications, presentations and scholarly activity during their candidature.
Value:  $500

Ruth Grant Prize for Academic Excellence (sponsored by the Australian Physiotherapy Association)

Awarded to the student with the highest academic achievement in the Master of Physiotherapy (Graduate Entry)
Value: New Graduate Membership for the following year to the Australian Physiotherapy Association

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Sansom Medal 

To recognise a PhD graduate's original and excellent research achievement.
Value: Medal only.

Sansom Pharmacy Fund Travel Award

The Sansom Pharmacy Fund Travel Award support students (undergraduate or postgraduate) presenting their research at national and international conferences.
Value: $500 (national) and $1000 (international)

Sanson Publication Awards

Two annual Sansom Publication awards will be made each year, one for the publication with the highest overall impact factor, and one for the publication with the highest impact factor when ranked by field. Students must be first author on the publication, and the publication must contain original research.
Value: $500

Sheila Bailey Midwifery Prize

The Sheila Bailey Midwifery Prize is open to eligible South Australian students whose home is in a rural, remote or isolated area and who are enrolled in the second year of the Bachelor of Midwifery (IBMW) program. The prize will be awarded on the basis of program grade point average on completion of the first year of the program. The Prize will provide $1,000 to assist with educational costs.
Value: $1,000

Sheila Bailey Physiotherapy Prize

The Sheila Bailey Physiotherapy Prize is open to eligible South Australian students whose home is in a rural, remote or isolated area and who are enrolled as a full-time internal student in the second year of the Bachelor of Physiotherapy (IBPZ) program. They must have completed SACE Year 12 in a rural, remote or isolated area before commencing the Bachelor of Physiotherapy.

The prize will be awarded on the basis of program grade point average on completion of the first year of the program.

The prize will provide $1,000 to assist with educational costs.
Value: $1000

Sigma Prize for 3rd Year Dosage Form Design Courses

Awarded to the third year student who has achieved the highest aggregate mark in the courses Dosage Form Design 3 (PHAR 3024 and Dosage Form Design 4(PHAR 3025) in the Bachelor of Pharmacy (Honours) IHPC program.
Value: $500

Sir Eric Scott Prize for 4th Year Courses

Awarded to the fourth year student in the Bachelor of Pharmacy who has achieved the highest aggregate mark in the courses Issues in Contemporary Pharmacy Practice (PHAR 4019) and Nutrition and Therapeutics (PHAR 4021).
Value: $500

Staff Award for Clinical Practice

Awarded to the student in the Bachelor of Podiatry whose assessments throughout the program have shown the greatest clinical and human relationship skills.
Value: $500, inclusive of a $200 book voucher and the intrinsic educational value of the books.

Symbion Pharmacy Services Prize for First Year

Awarded to the student who has achieved the highest aggregate mark in the first year of the Bachelor of Pharmacy (Honours) IHPC.
Value: $750

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T G Mitchell Prize

Awarded to the student in the Bachelor of Podiatry with the highest academic achievement in Podiatry Clinical Studies 100, 101, 200, 201, 300, 301 and 400, Podiatry Practice 201, 400 and 401, and Applied Podiatry Practice 300 and 301.
Value: $300

TechInSA - 3rd Year Medical Science Prize

Awarded to the student who has achieved the highest aggregate mark in the 3rd year of the Bachelor of Medical Science program and who has completed the six core 3rd year courses in no more than two consecutive years.
Value: $500

Therapeutic Guidelines Prize

Awarded annually to the student who has achieved the highest aggregate mark in the second year of the Bachelor of Pharmacy program.
Value: One subscription to the eTG to run for 2 years. Approximate value of $650

ThermoFisher Scientific Food Microbiology Award

Awarded to the student in the Nutrition and Food Sciences degree who achieves the highest aggregate mark in FOSC2001 - Introductory Microbiology, FOSC2003 - Food Microbiology 201 and FOSC3012 - Food Microbiology 301.
Value: $750

The 'Tommy Lyon' Award for Aged Care

Awarded to the best performing student who achieves a consistently high GPA across the first two years of the Bachelor of Nursing program (IBNU and WBNU), and who demonstrates a high degree of skills and a caring professional approach (i.e. highest grade in ELA Practicum 1) to clinical practice in Aged Care.
Value: $500

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W R Odell Memorial Prize

Awarded to the student gaining the highest marks for the presentation component in Clinical Practice 400A and Clinical Practice 400B.
Value: Total prize valued at $500, a one year subscription to the Australian Institute of Medical Scientists and a suitably inscribed parchment.

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