#HighAchievers 

 Meet the Scholars of 2017-18  

Dean Allison 
Dean's Scholar 
School of Nursing and Midwifery, 
Mental Health Nursing Student 
 
Dean is a final year Mental Health Nursing student, and the HARS Dean's Scholar.  
 
He leads for the scheme on the voluntary and community strand, and is always looking for your feedback and ideas to move this strand forward or offer new initiatives - do get in touch with any feedback! 
 
 
Lisa Smith 
HARS Scholar 
School of Allied and Public Health Professions 
Speech and Language therapy Student 
 
Lisa is a final year Speech and Language Therapy student, who is studying part-time.  
 
She leads for the scheme on raising awareness of HARS amongst the first year cohorts.  
 
Lisa is also the founding member of the HARS Society - you can see their website here. Please do get in touch if you would like to become a member of the society 
Claire Carmichael 
HARS Scholar 
School of Nursing and Midwifery 
Adult Nursing student 
 
Claire is a final year Adult Nursing student. 
 
She leads for the scheme on the social media aspect, and is developing some of the technological support which runs alongside the scheme itself. 
 
Claire also writes a blog via word press to diary her journey as a student nurse - you can find this here
 
Do get in touch to offer Claire any ideas you may have to move the social media element forward! 
 
Charlie Banister 
HARS Scholar 
School of Nursing and Midwifery 
Mental Health Nursing Student 
 
Charlie is a final year Mental Health Nursing student. 
 
She leads for the scheme on the development of the student steering group.  
 
Charlie has also published an article in the Nursing Older People journal and can offer advice on how to get published - there is a blog of this journey on the blog pages of this site - take a look
 
Please get in touch to offer Charlie any support you can to move the scheme forward - suggestions of courses / activities / ideas and developments would be welcomed! 
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