Head of Complex Needs wins prestigious award
Head of Complex Needs wins prestigious award at BILD's Positive Behaviour Support Conference
Caption for photo: Pictured above presenting the award to Anne is Peter Baker, joint editor of the International Journal of Positive Behavioural Support.
Our Head of Complex Needs, Dr Anne MacDonald recently received an award for 'Early Career Researcher' at BILD's Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) Awards. The BILD PBS Leadership Awards recognise good practice and contributions to the development of Positive Behaviour Support practice and aim to raise practice by recognising work of quality. Thursday 4th May in Bristol saw the 2017 BILD PBS Leadership Awards dinner, an important part of BILD's annual PBS Research and Practice Conference, and a celebration of the best practice in Positive Behaviour Support both in the UK and internationally.
The award was presented by Peter Baker, joint editor of the International Journal of Positive Behavioural Support who commented: “Anne is a young researcher who is already building a track record for research and publication of quality: five articles in learned journals, a well-received chapter in a publication, and presenter at this year's Pre-Conference Research Symposium of a paper on 'What’s in a Name? 25 Years of Defining PBS: From Horner to Kincaid."