The AMSF is proud to celebrate the incredible achievements of our past Recognition Award recipients. Their work has made a genuine difference to people's lives in this country and around the world.
2016 recipient: Maud Taylor
Maud received the Recognition Award for her tireless efforts in the areas of global, environmental, and refugee health. She is a founding member of the SA chapter of Crossing Borders, was instrumental in bringing the AMSA Global Health Conference to Adelaide for 2017, and has helped establish links between the medical school and Doctors for the Environment.
2015 recipient: Xi (Cicy) Li
Cicy received the Recognition Award for her long-standing commitment to Indigenous health initiatives within the Adelaide Medical School. In particular, her exemplary work developing the Indigenous Health Committee to pursue increased awareness, outreach, and action to address the persistent disparity in the health and wellbeing of Indigenous Australians.
2014 recipients: Samantha Iannella and Laura Goodwins
For their inspirational efforts in founding and growing the not-for-profit organisation, AirborneAid. AirborneAid sources and provides medical supplies to overseas travellers, which the travellers can then deliver to communities in need. It does all of this entirely free of charge, and has already delivered over 500kg of supplies to 15 different countries.
2013 recipients: Johanna Warren and Brydie Purbrick
For their leadership role in Indigenous health: Johanna and Brydie expanded the medical program to include Indigenous placements, allowing a unique opportunity to all future medical students.