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Ben Fletcher, SPCR trainee at the University of Oxford, was presented with a Nautilus Award by Green Templeton College on 25 June. The award recognises his outstanding contributions to college and university life, in particular his publication record, conference presentations, and competitive selection for the TUTOR-PHC (Transdisciplinary Understandings and Training on Research Primary Health Care) programme.

Ben

Ben is currently completing his DPhil in the Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences at the University of Oxford. He is investigating home blood pressure monitoring in hypertension using both quantitative and qualitative research methods. 

I would like to thank the SPCR for providing a great environment for my DPhil studies.  The opportunity to collaborate with students and researchers in the school has led to a number of publications, which along with my selection for TUTOR-PHC was the basis for my Nautilus award.  I hope to continue a link with the SPCR following completion of my studies this autumn.”
- Ben Fletcher

Nautilus Awards are given to students for exceptional achievement in their academic studies, sport and in the life of the College. This year has been a very successful year for sporting achievement for the College with 11 students competing at University level and winning Blues in a variety of sports including ice hockey, rowing, clay pigeon shooting and triathlon.

Students were presented with their awards at the annual College summer garden party on 25 June by Green Templeton principal Professor Denise Lievesley. Read more.