Bridges-Webb Medal

To strengthen our commitment to fostering and supporting career development in academic primary care, AAAPC has created the Bridges-Webb Medal. This award is to recognise AAAPC members who have made and will continue to make international standard teaching and/or research contributions to academic activities in the primary care environment.

At most one award will be made annually, selected by a panel of three (at least one member from the executive) appointed by the President.

Financial members will be called to nominate potential awardees at least six weeks before the Medal is due to be awarded. The nomination should include a statement outlining how the nominee meets the prize criteria. Nominations by members only.

The Medal may be presented at the AGM or any Ordinary Meeting (face-to-face) or at conferences or other meetings coinciding with said meetings. If the nominees are deemed by the panel not to meet the criteria or be of sufficient standard then they are at liberty not to make an award. The award does not come with any financial support to attend such meetings. If a recipient is not present at the award meeting the President shall make arrangements for the award to be dispatched to them.


    Bridges-Webb 2019 Nomination Form  Nominations open from 1 May to 15 June 2019

Eligibility criteria

  • Current financial member of AAAPC
  • A significant contribution to the academic environment of primary care teaching and/or research to an international competitive standard
  • Continuing in this environment and likely to make further contributions


Past recipients

 2018
 Prof Ngaire Kerse
 University of Auckland
 2017 Prof Felicity Goodyear-Smith
 University of Auckland
 2016 Prof Kelsey Hegarty
 University of Melbourne
 2015 Prof Nick Zwar
 University of New South Wales
 2014 Prof Chris Del Mar
 Bond University
 2013 Prof Jon Emery
 University of Western Australia
 2012 A/Prof Helena Britt
 University of Sydney
 2011 Prof Paul Glasziou
 Bond University
 2010 Prof Mark Harris
 University of New South Wales
 2009 Prof Mark Nelson
 University of Tasmania
 2008 Prof Jane Gunn
 University of Melbourne

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