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Dr Hazel Everitt, University of Southampton, is this year's recipient of the Royal College of General Practitioner's John Fry Award.

Dr Everitt's research in the area of antidepressants has had a significant impact on the prescribing decisions made by GPs of antidepressants. She is currently School funded to conduct a Cochrane systematic review which assesses the available research evidence for the use of antidepressants for insomnia. 

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