LIGHT Supervised medical student receives prestigious HealthWatch prize from broadcaster Nick Ross

Jonathan Batty, a student at our School of Medicine, has just been awarded first prize in the UK-wide HealthWatch competition.

Jonathan Batty, a student at our School of Medicine, supervised by Alistair Hall and Tony Balmforth (both from the Division of Epidemiology), has just been awarded first prize in the UK-wide HealthWatch competition in which students are invited to show their skills in assessing research protocols. 

Jonathan received his award from journalist and broadcaster Nick Ross at an awards ceremony held at The Medical Society of London on Tuesday 23rd October.

HealthWatch (www.healthwatch-uk.org) is a UK medical charity which promotes the proper scientific testing of all types of medical treatments, from orthodox to complementary and alternative medicine.