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Collaboration across Faculties has resulted in two academics being awarded the prestigious Giddon Award from the International Association for Dental Research (IADR) for distinguished research in the behavioural sciences.
Rebecca Harris, Professor of Oral Health Services Research in the Department of Health Services Research and Robin Holt, Professor of Organisation & Management in the Management School, have won the prize for their paper ‘Interacting institutional logics in general dental practice’.
The Giddon award recognises a single research paper published or accepted for publication between January 2012 and December 2013.
The award was made possible by an annual contribution from Donald B Giddon DMD, PhD, who is a founder and former President of the Behavioural, Epidemiological and Health Services Research Group of the IADR.
Professor Harris will pick up the award in South Africa at the IADR conference in June.
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