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BHBIA

Training Awards 2017-18

BHBIA Awards for Excellence at Training Events

Each year the BHBIA presents two awards to recognise excellence at training events. These are awarded to the facilitators/presenters achieving the highest scores, as assessed by the delegates attending the event. 

The Julie Stacey Award is presented to the Best Speaker at a Foundation Training Course (or Ethics & Guidelines Workshop).

  • 2017-18 Winner: Claudia Wing, GSK UK & Ireland Pharma for BHBIA Legal and Ethical Guidelines (April 2017).

The Ian Burgess Award is for the Best Paper at a One-Day Training Course.

  • 2017-18 Winner: Richard Gray, IQVIA for Multichannel Orchestration and Measurement – The Evolution of Segmentation and Targeting in a Digital World (March 2018). 

(Photo shows Richard being presented with the award by BHBIA Board Director Rob Heathcote)

What delegates said about Claudia and her fellow presenters/conveners at the guidelines workshop:

"This was a useful overview of the area and the case study discussions were particularly useful"

"Really good as a refresher and also to discuss specific situations"

"I feel more comfortable in my knowledge about Legal and Ethical Guidelines and how to apply them in my daily job"

What delegates said about Richard and his fellow presenters/trainers at the multichannel workshop:

"A good overview of the scope of MCM and how to implement"

"It was valuable hearing different perspectives from other attendees"

"High level of knowledge but broken down in a simple, engaging & digestible way.  Richard was very good & drove good discussions"

Richard Gray - winner: Ian Burgess Award

Richard Gray - winner: Ian Burgess Award

Claudia Wing - winner: Julie Stacey award

Claudia Wing - winner: Julie Stacey award

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