Professor Anu Kajamaa awarded the distinguished John Horder Prize

Professor Anu Kajamaa and her colleagues at the Queens´ University (UK) have been awarded the distinguished John Horder Practitioner Team Award.
Anu Kajamaa. Hymyilevä vaaleahiuksinen nainen sinisessä puserossa seisoo lasiseinän vieressä.
Professor Anu Kajamaa

The prize was awarded by The Royal Society of Medicine (RSM) and The Centre for the Advancement of Interprofessional Education (CAIPE).

Named after the pioneering primary care practitioner John Horder (1919–2012), the prize is awarded to professionals working in health or social care or as researchers and educators in higher education. The award recognises teams that adhere to principles of excellence, improve quality of care, outcomes and the well-being of individuals, families, and communities. The award honours teams that demonstrate an exceptional spirit of collaboration and continuous learning in health care and related education.

Anu Kajamaa is Professor of Continuous Learning and leads the Continuous Learning Research Group in the Faculty of Education and Psychology. Her colleagues at the Queens’ University work in the field of medicine.

Last updated: 3.6.2024