Interviews with previous winners
Previous award winners discuss their work and the impact of winning an award.
Oxford Online Programme in Sleep Medicine (2017 and 2019 Winners)
In 2017, the project aimed to improve the digital learning resources available for the Oxford Online Programme in Sleep Medicine (OOPSM) with the funding awarded. Nicola Barclay (Nuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences) and her team were also awarded their 2019 funding to develop new ways of assessing students, including trialling the use of remote proctoring for exams.
Read more about the Sleep Medicine project
Laboratory Medicine App (2019 winner)
The aim of this 2019 project, led by Hussam Rostom (Nuffield Department of Women's & Reproductive Health), was to improve the learning resources available for the Oxford laboratory medicine course.
Read more about the Laboratory Medicine project
Major Educator Award Winner 2021
Members of the Oxford Simulation Teaching and Research (OxSTaR) team were awarded a Major Educator Award in light of their outstanding contribution to the development of education alongside their leadership and innovation in education at both the divisional and University level.
Read the interview with Helen Higham, the Director of OxSTaR, in full
Lifetime Achievement Award Winner 2021
Afsie Sabokbar (NDORMS) was awarded a Lifetime Achievement Award in 2021 in recognition of her unwavering commitment to providing a strong support system to enhance both student and supervisor training and development across the University.
Read the interview with Afsie Sabokbar in full
Major Educator Award Winner 2019
Proochista Ariana (Nuffield Department of Medicine) was awarded the Major Educator Award in 2019 in light of her outstanding contribution to the development of education at both divisional and University level.
Read the interview with Proochista Ariana in full
Excellent Supervisor Award Winner 2019
Sarah Snelling (NDORMS) was one of the winners of the inaugural Excellent Supervisor Award in 2019 . Uniquely, nomination for her award was initiated by students.