Winston Churchill Memorial Trust

The following are the recipients of the 1994 Winston Churchill Memorial Trust Travelling Fellowship awards:

Mr Wayne Alderson (USA), Water quality and environmental considerations; Mr Christopher Andrew (India, Pakistan, Malaysia, Sri Lanka), The decay and conservation of British buildings in the sub- continent; Ms Alexandra Ankrah (USA), Developing models of self-help with lone parents; Mrs Ruth Annison (Holland, Denmark and Sweden), Best practice in rural rail travel arrangements and integrated services; Ms Suzanne Audrey (USA), Support to young fathers; Mr Charles Avis (Vietnam), Development and management of wetland resources.

Mr Paul Barney (Sweden), Renewable energy: the short rotation coppice; Miss Jos Bhuiyan (Mauritius), Conservation research project leader; Dr Madeleine Brady (USA), Alternative toxicity resting systems; Mr Peter Briggs (New Zealand), Dental implants for oro-facial cancer patients; Mr Anthony Bull (USA), The load-displacement characteristics of knees and their ligaments; Miss Jan Cafearo (New Zealand), Energy conservation and permaculture; Mr Michael Callaghan (Canada and USA), Biomechanical analysis of cycling; Miss Rosemary Carnaghan (Sweden, Poland and Hungary), Computerisation of dental study models; Mrs Ann Chambers (USA), Trained volunteers for the support of families; Mr P. David Cheshire (USA), Implantology and maxillofacial prosthetics; Ms Allison Chester (Sweden), Textile conservation; Dr Sean Christian (Panama), Research into the common coati (Nasua narica); Mr Michael Cooke (USA), Sailing for the disabled; Mr Michael Cope (USA), Railway carriage preservation; Ms Catherine Corcoran (USA and Spain), Impact of eco-tourism, the water cycle in protected areas; Mr Richard Cure (Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Canada), Orthodontic treatment of cleft lip and palate.

Mrs Janice Denning (Australia), Comparative study of continence service provision; Professor Brice Dickson (South Africa, Namibia and Zimbabwe), The contribution of a Bill of Rights to peace; Ms Penelope Dobson (Northern Europe), Childhood enuresis, review of European treatment and educational literature; Miss Rachel Doherty (Europe), To participate in international canoe slalom competitions; Mr Douglas Dowling (USA), Fund- raising and staffing; Mrs Joan Dryden (USA), Empowerment for incontinent people, facilitating informed choice; Mr Peter Eden (Australia and New Zealand), Sail training for disabled young people; Mr Edward Egan (Australia), Clinical and research experience in the treatment of sports injuries; Mr David Evans (USA and Canada), Dental ancillary staff utilisation; Mr Jonathan Farley (South Africa, Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe), The problems and prospects involved in South Africa's transfer of power; Dr Elaine Fisher (Canada), The marine environmental quality framework; Mr Brian Ford (India and Bangladesh), Natural cooling techniques in building design; Mrs Hazel Fraser (Australia and New Zealand), The training and examination of Dental Nurses;

Mrs Fiona Geary (New Zealand), Mechanical diagnosis and therapy of the spine; Ms Carry Corney (USA), Skills development for lone parents; Mr Paul Grew (USA), Artificial eye construction; Mr Richard Griffiths (USA), Contemporary developments in historic building conservation; Mr Frank Hajek (Peru), The orchid biodiversity of Manu National Park; Mrs Sandra Harding (Australia), Management of patellofemoral pain; Ms Karen Harvey (USA), Education and support for young mothers; Miss Deborah Hawkins (Hawaii, Toronto and California), Sail training for young people at risk; Mr Richard Haworth (Europe), 'In-vitro' alternative to animal experiments; Miss Sally Hodgson (India and Norway), Dry-stone building techniques; Mr Tim Hodgson (Zambia), The prevalence of HIV/Aids associated oral lesions; Miss Fiona Hoggard (USA), Improved public perception of the water environment; Miss Patricia Hynes (Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong), Potential videophone usage amongst British expatriates.

Mrs Enid Irving (USA and Canada), Mentoring of lone parents by older people; Dr Simon Kemp (Australia), Australian sports injuries - lessons for the UK; Mr James Kersey (North America), Energy Conservation and sustainable development practice; Dr Lynn Lambert (USA), Incontinence in the elderly; Mr Ian Loe (Madagascar and Mauritius), An artist's perspective of wildlife; Mrs Kathryn McFaul (Denmark and Spain), Social and environmental benefits of traditional building restoration for islands; Mr Angus McHattie (Canada), Energy- efficient rural building design; Miss Samantha Magne (Zimbabwe and Mozambique), Micro-hydro design and schemes; Mr Geoffrey Mann (Canada), Community telephony applications; Mr John Mantripp (Sweden), Sailing craft restoration; Mrs Susan Mather (USA and Canada), Nurse-led and self-help continence promotion initiatives; Dr Jeremy Miles (USA and Germany), Behavioural therapies in the promotion of continence; Miss Nicola Morton (Denmark and Norway), Advanced total energy design in housing; Mr Vincent Murphy (New Zealand), Environmental protection within rivers management.

Mr Adrian Osler (Northern Europe), The invigoration of cultural links through shared seafaring history; Mr Peter Ovenstone (France, Germany and The Netherlands), Development and status of preserved railways in the European Community; Miss Lucinda Parker (Zimbabwe), Small-scale Zimbabwean vegetable farmers; Mr Stephen Parker (Italy and India), The art of Pietre-Dure; Mrs Maureen Paskin (Scandinavia), Projects and support structures for single parent families; Mrs Angela Pearce (USA), Continence management with research and development of new concepts; Mrs Anna Pearce (Switzerland, Vietnam and Costa Rica), Fuel-saving cooking; Miss Katrina Percy (USA), Meteorological data for British Olympic Sailing Team; Mrs Lindsay Pickles (Australia and New Zealand), The use of guidelines for effective flood warning; Mrs Maxine Pollard (South Africa), Dental health in children of different ethnic groups.

Mr Iain Quinn (Brazil), The Cavaille - coll organs of Brazil; Miss Nicola Ralston (Japan), Japanese paper conservation and museum practices; Mr Paul Reed (Northern Europe), The origins of early English building crafts; Mr Victor Ringwood (France), The traditional manufacture of Passementerie; Mrs Donna Ruane (USA and Canada), Lone parent support services involving deafness; Mrs Mave Salter (Australia), Alternatives to conventional stomas; Mr Keith Sanders (Europe), Building conservation craft training; Mr Jason Seels (USA), International water skiing; Mr Stephen Smith (USA), The rehabilitation of oral defects by osseointegrated implants; Ms Irene Stevens (USA and Canada), Preparation for step-parenthood in the prevention of family breakdown; Mr Nigel Stockill (India, Australia and Barbados), Prevention and treatment of back injuries in fast bowlers; Dr Hilary Taylor (USA, Germany and France), Urban public parks; Mr Paul Townsend (USA and Canada), The 'Three Rs' in North America - current practice: future prospects; Mrs Pamela Townsley (Australia), Volunteers in heritage conservation; Mrs Margaret Walker (Canada and USA), Distanced education programme; Dr Christine Watson (USA), Towards a cell culture model of the mammary gland.

Mr Andrew Whittaker (USA and Germany), Leakage control and water metering; Dr Roger Wolman (USA), Sports-injury management and rehabilitation; Ms Beverley Woods (Argentina), Seed collecting in Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego; Dr Frederick Woods (USA and Canada), Revised 'Bibliography of the works of Sir Winston Churchill'; Dr Peter Woodward (Southern Africa), The promotion of scholarly articles on Southern Africa; Mr Jonathan Wortley (USA and Canada), Management and protection of the Columbia River; Mr Andrew Yeats (Sweden), Energy-efficient and ecological buildings; Ms Ann Winder (New Zealand), Professional / public knowledge and awareness of incontinence; Mr Keith Yeomans (USA), Access to learning via communications technology.

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