The Ron de Burger Student Award is an annual award offered in partnership with the Environmental Health Foundation of Canada (EHFC) for students enrolled in Canadian post-secondary institutions offering a Public Health Inspection (PHI) program or a degree in public health. It is dedicated to the memory of Ron de Burger, who was a celebrated leader in public health and a longtime NCCEH advisory board member.
The award offers students the opportunity to:
- demonstrate their understanding of the Knowledge Translation (KT) process and how to apply KT to environmental public health practice and policy making;
- obtain valuable networking opportunities through the NCCEH; and,
- be recognized for quality KT work.
This year, three prizes of $700 will be awarded for outstanding short knowledge translation papers addressing an environmental public health problem. Winners will be given the opportunity to write a blog post for the NCCEH website highlighting their paper, and a chance to present their work as part of the NCCEH seminar series.
Click on the following link to learn more about eligibility, submission criteria and other information about the Ron de Burger Award. Deadline for submissions: May 31st, 2019.