The SCDTP is delighted to announce the winners of the 2020-21 and 2021-22 SCDTP Impact Prizes. Congratulations to all winners!
Ann Garbett (Social Statistics & Demography, University of Southampton): For her work on the impactful report on “Motherhood in Childhood: The untold story” in collaboration with the United Nations Population Fund: https://www.unfpa.org/publications/motherhood-childhood-untold-story.
Winfred W. Dotse-Gborgbortsi (Geography & Environmental Science, University of Southampton): For his PhD work on spatial patterns of skilled attendance at birth in Ghana, his collaboration with the Ghana Health Service, and the contribution of his work to the State of the World’s Midwifery Report produced by the United Nations Population Fund.
Bryony Davies (Psychology, University of Portsmouth): For her impactful collaboration with the What Works Centre for Wellbeing and her contribution to the Health and Social Care Committee Inquiry with “The impact of body image on mental and physical health”: https://whatworkswellbeing.org/projects/exploring-body-image-and-wellbeing-among-female-instagram-users/ and https://committees.parliament.uk/work/1674/the-impact-of-body-image-on-mental-and-physical-health/publications/written-evidence/?SearchTerm=IBI0020&DateFrom=&DateTo=&SessionId=
Hazel McCafferty (Education, University of Southampton): For her leadership in developing a Graduate Capital Scale during her employment in the Careers and Employability Service at the University of Southampton, which has been rolled throughout the University of Southampton, and contributed to her PhD work.
Viktoria Erlacher (Social Policy, University of Brighton): For her impactful contribution in setting up Blackpool’s first Youth Climate Assembly and subsequent Blackpool Youth Climate group, and her work contributing to the town’s wider climate strategy.