Jacob Barnett receives Bristol PLUS Outstanding Award
2 June 2021
A Psychology second year student, Jacob Barnett, has received an Outstanding Achievement Bristol PLUS Award.
We are delighted to announce that Jacob Barnett, a second year student in Psychology, has received an Outstanding Achievement Bristol PLUS Award.
8 Faculty of Life Sciences students out of 22 students have recently achieved their Bristol PLUS Outstanding Award – which is a fantastic result in challenging times over this last year!
Students delivered projects of their choice from the themes of Global Citizenship, Innovation and Enterprise and Sustainable Futures. Each student attended a panel interview and wrote a reflective report.
A summary of Jacob's report includes:
"Over three months in the summer of 2020, I conducted a research project regarding the current economic and psychological problems with the NHS framework for dealing with perinatal mental health problems. As a result of the project, I produced a presentation to a board of experts which provided the basis for a new online system which aims to diagnose perinatal mental health problems in 2 weeks, as opposed to the NHS' goal of 2 months. The project also formed part of a research grant proposal which would allow the online tool to become available for public use."
Full information on the Bristol PLUS Award scheme can be found on our central University of Bristol website.