The Mary Langman Essay Competition
10 Dec 2008
The Pioneer Health Foundation is launching a prize competition for an essay that shows understanding of the hypothesis and findings of the Peckham Experiment and their current relevance.
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The Pioneer Health Foundation is launching a prize competition for anessay that shows understanding of the hypothesis and findings of thePeckham Experiment and their current relevance.
The title of the essay should be The Relevance of the PeckhamExperiment in the 21st Century’. Within the broad context of health,authors are invited to submit essays on any aspect of the PeckhamExperiment that interests them particularly. Such aspects include, butare by no means limited to: health, environment and sustainability; thehealthy development of the child, family and community; and the role ofnutrition and physical activity in health improvement and wellbeing.
The competition is open to all post-graduates and undergraduatesstudying at Universities and Higher Education institutions in theUnited Kingdom.
Entrants are required to register their interest in entering this competition by January 30th 2009 by emailing their name and address, University, date of birth, degree course or programme to firstname.lastname@example.org
For further information regarding the rules and guidelines, please visit the website www.marylangmanprize.org.uk
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