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Recognising outstanding work of emerging leaders

ASHM is proud to announce establishment of The Levinia Crooks Emerging Leader Award. This eponymous award honours the legacy of the late Adjunct Professor Levinia Crooks AM—a leader in public health and ASHM Chief Executive Officer from 1999-2017. Two awards will be given to recognise the outstanding work of emerging leaders’ in the field of Viral Hepatitis; and another working in Blood borne viruses and STIs (BBV and STI). The awards place importance on fostering emerging leaders to continue to develop leadership that is bold, innovative, inclusive and that inspires collaboration in the sector.

The inaugural awardees will accept their award (respectively) at the 2018 Australasian Viral Hepatitis Conference and the 2018 Australasian HIV&AIDS Conference where they will also deliver a 15-minute oration. The awardee receives conference registration and funding for travel and accommodation.
Members of ASHM are invited to nominate one person for the Award. The nominee does not need to be a member of the organisation and may be from any discipline in BBV and STI (both clinical and non-clinical). Individuals may also self-nominate.
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