Awards

Awards As a tribute to J Lloyd Hewett, an outstanding optometrist and editor of this journal for some 20 years, the National Executive Council of the Australian Optometrical Association established the J Lloyd Hewett and a prize of $250, is made on the recommendation of a panel of judges appointed by the editorial board of Clinical and Experimental Optometry. At its meeting in 1994, the editorial board decided to reestablish this award. The winner of the J Lloyd Hewett Award for 1994 is Konrad Pesudovs for his manuscript entitled ‘Terrien’s marginal degeneration: case report and literature review’, which was published in the May-June issue of Clinical and Expm’mental @tometry (Clin Exp Optom 1994; 77: 3: 97-104). J Lloyd Hewett Konrad Pesudovs Award in lg80. This award is intended to foster and encourage the work of young research workers or clinicians not yet established as authors or full-time academic optometrists. The award, which consists of a certificate Student Paper Prize The 1994 Clinical and Expm‘mental Optometry Student Paper Prize has been awarded to Sheila Tsang for her manuscript entitled ‘Does anisometropia cause unequal accommodation?’ The Editorial Board of Clinical and Experimental Optometry previously announced an annual prize for the best publishable paper authored by a final year optometry student. The paper may take the form of a case study, a mini review or a scientific paper based on his or her final year research project. The paper must be the student’s own original work, although there may be supervisory input and assistance and guidance through scientific writing skills, courses and tutorials. The aims of the award are two-fold. It is hoped that it will increase awareness of the journal among students and young practitioners and promote more active involvement of practitioners as contributors to the journal. Ms Tsang’s paper will be published in a future issue of Clinical and Expm‘mental Optometry. As winner of the prize Ms Tsang also receives a cash award of $250. Clinical and Experimental Optometry calls for applications for the Student Paper Prize and invites all 1995 students to submit to the editor manuscripts based on their final year research projects or essays. Applications must be received by the Editor by 31 March 1996. Sheila Tsang Clinical and Experimental Optometry 78.6 November-December 1995 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Clinical and Experimental Optometry Wiley
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As a tribute to J Lloyd Hewett, an outstanding optometrist and editor of this journal for some 20 years, the National Executive Council of the Australian Optometrical Association established the J Lloyd Hewett and a prize of $250, is made on the recommendation of a panel of judges appointed by the editorial board of Clinical and Experimental Optometry. At its meeting in 1994, the editorial board decided to reestablish this award. The winner of the J Lloyd Hewett Award for 1994 is Konrad Pesudovs for his manuscript entitled ‘Terrien’s marginal degeneration: case report and literature review’, which was published in the May-June issue of Clinical and Expm’mental @tometry (Clin Exp Optom 1994; 77: 3: 97-104). J Lloyd Hewett Konrad Pesudovs Award in lg80. This award is intended to foster and encourage the work of young research workers or clinicians not yet established as authors or full-time academic optometrists. The award, which consists of a certificate Student Paper Prize The 1994 Clinical and Expm‘mental Optometry Student Paper Prize has been awarded to Sheila Tsang for her manuscript entitled ‘Does anisometropia cause unequal accommodation?’ The Editorial Board of Clinical and Experimental Optometry previously announced an annual prize for the best publishable paper authored by a final year optometry student. The paper may take the form of a case study, a mini review or a scientific paper based on his or her final year research project. The paper must be the student’s own original work, although there may be supervisory input and assistance and guidance through scientific writing skills, courses and tutorials. The aims of the award are two-fold. It is hoped that it will increase awareness of the journal among students and young practitioners and promote more active involvement of practitioners as contributors to the journal. Ms Tsang’s paper will be published in a future issue of Clinical and Expm‘mental Optometry. As winner of the prize Ms Tsang also receives a cash award of $250. Clinical and Experimental Optometry calls for applications for the Student Paper Prize and invites all 1995 students to submit to the editor manuscripts based on their final year research projects or essays. Applications must be received by the Editor by 31 March 1996. Sheila Tsang Clinical and Experimental Optometry 78.6 November-December 1995

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