What To Do This Weekend in Pasadena

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OHA awarded £4k to study effects of alcohol

first_imgAn OH nurse has won the prestigious Florence Nightingale travel award toenable her to investigate the effect of alcohol on employees. Marisa Stevenson, an OHA with Axa PPP healthcare, won the £4,000 award forher plans to investigate the effects of alcohol on the workplace. She will nowtravel to Australia to visit the University of New South Wales to studyresearch carried out at its School of Community Medicine. Following the four-week study tour, she will begin her own research projectin the UK, and aims to focus on two Scottish councils. “My study is to look at whether intervention has any long-term effecton people who identify themselves as heavy rather than dependentdrinkers,” said Stevenson. The award was determined by a panel interview where candidates had todescribe the research they planned to carry out and why they had chosen aparticular location for their study tour. OHA awarded £4k to study effects of alcoholOn 1 May 2003 in Personnel Today Related posts:No related photos. Comments are closed. Previous Article Next Articlelast_img read more